Ones For Texas: Andy ArnoldA young North Texas entrepreneur is getting into the furniture making business, working out of his parent's garage.
Burned Mosque In Texas Rebuilt, Reopens With $1.1M DonationsA South Texas mosque that was torched early last year has reopened thanks to support from around the world and more than $1 million in donations.
Dallas' Dueling Abortion Billboards: What Happened Next?In Dallas, it was the billboard battle about abortion in the black community that became national news.
Chris Cornell's Widow To Release Never-Before-Heard SongsMore than a year after musician Chris Cornell's suicide, fans will have a chance to hear new music from him.
John Lennon's Killer Is Up For Parole For 10th TimeThe man who killed John Lennon is up for parole again.
Five Days Later, Family Of Missing Man Desperate To Find HimA security camera captured the last images family members have of Roy Lee Cook, 70, walking out of his niece’s home in southeast Dallas.
Court Records: Texas Man Fatally Slit His Children's ThroatsSixty-one-year-old Jean Pierre Ndossoka is charged with two counts of capital murder in connection to the deaths of his son and daughter.
Model, Lady Gaga's Muse 'Zombie Boy' Commits SuicideRick Genest modelled for fashion designer Thierry Mugler, appeared in Vogue Japan and was once the face of Jay-Z's Rocawear fashion label.
Clock Ticks Toward Reuniting Families Separated At BorderAuthorities have identified 2,551 children 5 and older who may be covered by the order to be reunited with their parents by Thursday.
Police Find Body Of Missing Plano MomPlano police found the body of Libby Elizabeth Michelle Davis, 28, near where the young mother drove her car off the turnpike on Wednesday.
Police: Houston Toddler Dead After Self-Inflicted GunshotPolice in Houston say a 2-year-old boy is dead after he apparently found a loaded gun in his home and shot himself in the head.
It's A Baby Boom! 48 Babies Delivered In 41 Hours At BaylorThe nursery at Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center - Fort Worth has never been as full as it has in the last 41 hours. And, the halls have never been so busy.
Disposal 'Mailbox' In Grapevine Makes Retiring American Flag EasyWorn, torn or tattered, the rules to properly disposing American flags don't fade.
Arlington Neighborhood Targeted With Divisive Fliers Have United Response: Not Here"I've been shot at for that flag," recalled the Vietnam Veteran and native born American. "They killed some of my friends. Yes, that disturbs me. They're animals. Those are animals...people that do that kind of thing, they're disrupting this country and we need to get them out."
Dallas Central Library: Changing With The Times, Better For AllThe scorching Texas summer appears determined to make an early appearance: and many of those searching for a place to keep cool have few options. The public libraries have long been an ally.