160 Pound Mountain Lion Killed In Hunt County Likely Same Animal Spotted In Rowlett  Texas Parks and Wildlife Department said a hunter recently killed a 160 pound mountain lion they suspect is the same animal seen and photographed in Rowlett and near Princeton.
Texas Parks And Wildlife Confirms Another Mountain Lion Sighting In North TexasThe Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has confirmed trail-camera photos of a mountain lion near Princeton, in Collin County.
Texas Parks And Wildlife Confirms First Documented Mountain Lion Sighting In Dallas CountyIt was in a neighborhood near Lake Ray Hubbard off Dalrock in Rowlett where a homeowner’s security camera captured one of the rarest creatures in Texas.
Grapevine Lake Now 'Fully Infested' With Invasive Zebra MusselsIf you have stored your boat in the water at a lake with zebra mussels, it is likely infested with zebra mussels.
Man High On Kush To Landowner: 'Where Am I? How Did I Get Here?'A church bible study was interrupted when a car driven by a man high on Kush cannabis crashed through the front gate and onto a man's property.
Experts Warn Of Invasive Zebra Mussels In Texas Lakes Ahead Of Memorial Day WeekendThe Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is urging thousands of boaters to clean, drain and dry watercraft after use ahead of Memorial Day weekend as 15 lakes in the state are infested with zebra mussels.
After 29 Boating Deaths On Texas Lakes Last Year, Game Wardens Stress SafetyA safety ignition kill switch comes equipped on most motorized boats, but it only works when boat operators take the extra step to clip it on.
Invasive Zebra Mussels Discovered At Grapevine LakeZebra mussels, an invasive species, have been discovered by officials with the U.S. Geological Survey in Grapevine Lake.
Concrete Damage Closes Texas Spring-Fed 1930s-Era PoolA 1930s-era West Texas swimming pool touted as the world's largest spring-fed pool has been closed indefinitely because the concrete floor is damaged.
Bat-Killing Fungus Found In Central TexasThe fungus that causes white-nose syndrome, a disease deadly to hibernating bats, has been found for the first time in Central Texas.
Emergency Personnel Rescue Teen From Cave In TexasEmergency personnel have safely rescued an 18-year-old girl who was trapped for about 10 hours in a Texas cave during a high school field trip.