Antiquated Fence Laws Cause Liability Confusion In Car-Cattle CollisionsAs the population of North Texas has grown, so has the number of car collisions involving stray livestock. These accidents often cause thousands of dollars in damage and in some cases can be fatal.
'Bentley' Named Grand Champion Steer At Fort Worth Stock ShowThe 2-year-old steer from Abilene weighed in at almost 1,400 pounds.
Big Effort Behind The Scenes To Make Sure Fort Worth Stock Show Competition Is FairThe Fort Worth Stock Shows champions, reserve champions and any show animal testers choose at random, are tested for substances including steroids, diuretics, anti-inflammatory, tranquilizers and pain pills.
Bond Soars To More Than $4.25M For Cattle Theft SuspectA 47-year-old alleged cattle thief is behind bars in Hill County awaiting trial on five felony counts with bonds in excess of $4.25 million. 
Some High Plains Farmers struggling After Fires, DroughtDeep snow is melting into Western mountain streams, but some farmers and ranchers on the high plains are struggling amid a lengthy dry spell and the aftermath of destructive wildfires.
Tour Denton County's 'Horse Country'There is a lot of horse business going on in Denton County, and they have a horse ranch tour to prove it. JD Ryan is Around Town.
Steer Sold At State Fair To Steakhouse For $131KThis year's Grand Champion Market Steer named "Clifford" was sold for a record $131,000 to III Forks Steakhouse.
It's No Bull: Stag Wonders Onto Texas State University CampusHave you ever heard of a Loose Livestock Alert? Well, some Texas college students now have!
Constable: No Evidence Of Dogs Shot By Firefighter Attacking LivestockA followup on the story of a Facebook picture showing two dead dogs, apparently killed by a North Texas volunteer firefighter. A friend had said the man was protecting his livestock, but investigators now say that's not true.
North Texas Woman Fights To Keep Her Pet PigBenjamin is by all accounts a typical indoor pet with one obvious exception.
Firefighter's Social Media Post Of Dogs Shot Sparks OutrageA North Texas firefighter's social media post goes viral, but not necessarily in a good way. The man posted a picture of two dead dogs. The caption said he killed the animals after warning his neighbor to keep them off his property.