Rowlett Police Searching For 20-Year-Old Mother, Emily Marie Kizer, Missing For 21 DaysThe Rowlett Police Department is seeking the public’s help in finding missing mother, Emily Marie Kizer, who was last seen in Rowlett 21 days ago.
North Texas Man Accused Of Yelling 'White Power' & Other Racist Slurs Before Repeatedly Stabbing Black ManA white man in North Texas is in police custody, accused of making racially offensive comments before stabbing a black man several times.
Woman Killed, 6 People Injured Following Multi-Vehicle Crash In Wise CountyOne woman has died and six people are injured following a multi-vehicle crash in Wise County Saturday morning.
Man Dies 3 Days After Drunk Driver Crashed Into Him, 2 Other Vehicles In Parker CountyOne man has died three days after a drunk driver crashed into him — causing a multi-vehicle crash in Parker County Tuesday night.
Magnitude 3.6 Earthquake In Oklahoma Felt In North TexasA tremor that happened just before midnight on Thursday in Oklahoma was felt in parts of North Texas.
North Texas Town Backs Away From Measure To Be 'Sanctuary City For Unborn'A North Texas city that planned to turn itself into a sanctuary for the unborn is walking back those plans.
New Group Of Developers Announce $65M Restoration Plan For Mineral Wells' Baker HotelA new group of developers announced their $65 million plan to restore a crumbling landmark in Mineral Wells.
One Tank Trip: Texas City Once Known For Its 'Healing Mineral Waters'Mineral Wells became a resort town and travel destination for movie stars, presidents and millionaires all because of one thing, the town's mineral water supply.
North Texas Murder Suspect Released From Jail To Have SurgeryPalo Pinto County released Lonneil White on a personal recognizance bond after a doctor decided he needed surgery the county determined would cost more than its budget could handle.
Officials: Palo Pinto County Brush Fire Continues To GrowEmergency crews continue work in Palo Pinto County where they're trying to get the upper hand on a growing brush fire.
Oil-Gas Group: Tougher Drilling Rules Could Cost BillionsAn oil and gas advocacy group warned that Colorado taxpayers could face billions of dollars in compensation claims if voters approve tough new restrictions on where wells can be drilled.