Officials: Teen Arrested After Gun Found At Grapevine High School Wasn't Student, Got In Through Cafeteria DoorOne of the four teenagers arrested after a gun was found at Grapevine High School on Friday wasn't a student at the school and was able to get into the building through a door that was propped open, district officials said.
Students At Grapevine High Return To School After Gun On Campus IncidentSchool administrators and police in Grapevine are praising the actions of some high school students who reported a social media post showing someone with a gun on campus.
Gun Found At Grapevine High School, 4 Teens ChargedA student posted an image on Snapchat of an individual with a gun in his waistband in the Grapevine High School cafeteria. That led to the lockdown.
Threats Prompt Increased Security, Counselor Services In Grapevine/Colleyville ISDGrapevine Colleyville ISD schools returned to the classroom Monday morning following a string of shooting and bomb threats last week.
North Texas High School Students Take Class On Interacting With Police Texas high school students will soon be required to take a class to learn how to interact with police officers.
Whooping Cough Cases Rising in Tarrant CountyThe Tarrant County Public Health Department tells CBS11 there are 469 reported cases so far this year. That's a big increase from last year when there were 297.
Soaring Valor Puts Greatest Generation With Latest GenerationLast week, 40 North Texas World War II veterans, were paired up with high school juniors in the Grapevine-Colleyville school district for a chance to pass down history.
GCISD Unveils $18M Improvements Plan For Football StadiumMustang-Panther Stadium will open in the fall of 2018.
Changes After Grapevine-Colleyville ISD Performs Water Tests A recent analysis of water samples in the Grapevine-Colleyville ISD revealed some elevated lead content. In response, the GCISD ran water quality tests at facilities built before 1989.
Grapevine-Colleyville ISD Approves Nearly $250M Bond PackageBond package highlights include rebuilding of Cannon Elementary, replacing aging HVAC, expanding wireless network capacity, buying new buses to replace older high mileage vehicles and adding classrooms on some campuses.
North Texas Schools Respond To Ebola FearsMany school districts across North Texas are doing their part to keep Ebola off of their campuses.