Area School Districts Looking To Hire Hundreds Of Bus DriversThe start of school is still more than one month away, but some important positions need to be filled.
North Texas Father Scrambles To Fix Daughter's Birthday Truck After Thieves Stole ItA North Texas business owner is scrambling to fix $5,000 worth of damage after thieves stole his daughter's birthday gift -- her first pickup truck.
Dallas Teen Shares Story Of Sickness After Tick BiteClaire Maxwell went from placing in triathlons to missing months of school because she felt tired and sick all the time.
FBI: Entrepreneur Agreed To Launder Colombian Drug Money Through Texas Residential Development ProjectA hyped luxury North Texas residential community — marketed as a five-star resort built to withstand a nuclear war — is now at the center of an FBI money laundering investigation.
Hot, Dry Conditions Lead To Burn Bans, Fireworks BansFireworks have been banned in several counties as fire danger and extreme temperatures continue to rise.
Summer Means Snakes In North TexasIn one week, four children have been treated for snake bites at Cook Children’s Medical Center in Fort Worth.
I-Team: China's Recycling Ban Costing North Texas Cities MillionsChina's decision last year to stop importing most waste has made recycling in the U.S., for the most part, unprofitable.
Split Supreme Court Ruling On Racial Gerrymandering Divides North TexansTexas Republicans praised and Democrats rejected the U.S. Supreme Court’s 5-4 ruling that the Texas Legislature did not purposely discriminate against minority voters when developing political boundaries.