Game Wardens Looking For Person Who Killed Alligator, Cut Off Its Tail On Lake WorthThe Texas Game Wardens are searching for the person responsible for killing an alligator and cutting off its tail on Lake Worth last week.
Texas Angler Catches 14.57 Pound Largemouth Bass In Fort Worth LakeA North Texas angler has caught the first Legacy Class largemouth bass of the 2019 Toyota ShareLunker season.
Frisco Police Investigating Report Of 2 Women Attacked By CoyoteFrisco police are investigating a coyote attack that happened early Monday morning. A woman says her husband helped save two women who were being attacked.
4 North Texans Drown During Memorial Day WeekendIn addition to the drownings, Texas Parks and Wildlife game wardens responded to four boating accidents.
Illegally-Housed White Tigers Rescued, Given Clean Bill Of HealthThe tigers were taken in by In-Sync Exotics.  They will now live at the big cat sanctuary in Wylie.
Mountain Lion Rarely Seen In North Texas Killed On HighwayTexas Parks and Wildlife Department officials say it's the first mountain lion spotted in Palo Pinto County in at least 15 years.
White Tigers, Bears Rescued In North TexasThe tigers were taken back to In-Sync Exotics' sanctuary located in Wylie, Texas where they will now live. The bears were moved to Frank Buck Zoo in Gainesville, Texas.
Battleship Texas Closed, Tilting As Crews Work To Plug LeaksPeriodic leaks have plagued the ship since 2010. Repairs costing an estimated $70 million were postponed because of the expense.
New State Park In North Texas Among Parks And Wildlife PlansNot only has the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department released a new plan for improving existing parks, they also want to build new ones including one in North Texas.
Copperhead Sighting On Rise Across Texas As Snakes Search For FoodCopperhead sightings are surging all across the state of Texas. Snake experts say the recent emergence of ciacadas are causing the rash of these sightings
Deer Cull To Stop Chronic Wasting Disease In Texas Proceeds SlowlyTexas officials say a program to check the spread of chronic wasting disease among white-tailed deer by culling the free-ranging herd proceeds slowly despite a judge's rejection of a legal challenge to the program.