Family That Once Fled Terror Seeks Consumer Justice After Moving Company NightmareGetting to Grapevine, Texas was hard enough, but the Mabil family said the move which involved drastic price increases along the way, added salt to their wounds.
SMU Forward Akoy Agau Is Proof That Anything Is PossibleSMU forward Akoy Agau was once one of the top high school prospects in the country. Near the end of his high school career, injuries set in. But there is a reason that Agau won't complain.
US Announcing New North Korea Sanctions After Terror DesignationThe Trump administration is due to announce new sanctions on North Korea on Tuesday after declaring it a state sponsor of terrorism in the latest push to isolate the pariah nation.
President Trump Signs Revised Travel Ban Executive OrderWhite House says President Trump has signed revised executive order on temporary travel ban.
Letter From State Representative Angers N. Texas Muslim LeadersImam Omar Suleman of Irving says he is still puzzled and angry after receiving a letter and poll from a Republican state lawmaker.
Hiddleston Sorry For "Inelegantly Expressed" SpeechTom Hiddleston is apologizing for his Golden Globes acceptance speech in which he said that he was proud that his show could provide "relief and entertainment" for humanitarian aid workers in Sudan.
Texans With Character: John AjakJohn Ajak is one of the 'Lost Boys of Sudan,' fleeing the war-torn area at age 7 and landing here in North Texas to start a new life. Now, he is an author.
Man Gets 18 Years Jail For Role In Clerk's DeathA North Texas man has been sentenced to 18 years in prison for his role in the 2011 fatal shooting of a grocery store clerk who was being robbed.
Texans With Character: John GieuThe first 16 years of John Gieu's life in the Sudan were filled with violence and pain. But his story does not end there. He was able to write a new chapter to his life.
Lost For So Long, War Orphans Now Call DFW HomeImagine thousands of young boys left orphaned by a terrible war. Hungry and desperate, they wander the deserts of Africa for years. But happily, a few of these ‘Lost Boys’ have grown into men, with the help of some North Texans.