Nicole Nielsen looks into how common alligators are around here.
Dallas Carter Cowboys Working With Class 4A Championship In MindDallas Carter Cowboys Working With Class 4A Championship In Mind
6-Foot Cobra Possibly On The Loose In Grand PrairieOn August 3, at about 5 p.m., the deadly snake escaped its enclosure at a home in the 1800 block of Cherry Street.
At Least 10 Dead, More Than A Dozen Injured After Overloaded Van Carrying Migrants Crashes In South TexasBrooks County Sheriff Urbino Martinez said the van, designed to hold 15 passengers, was top-heavy and tipped over when the driver lost control on a curve.
Tarrant County Public Health Director Talks With Concerned Moms About Kids, Classrooms And COVID-19Vinny Taneja points out under Governor Greg Abbott's orders, public schools can’t require masks, but they can be strongly encouraged.
Texas COVID-19 Wave Is Climbing More Steeply Than Past WavesThe increase was blamed on the highly contagious delta variant, which can even be spread by those fully vaccinated against the coronavirus, said Dr. Jennifer Shuford, the state epidemiologist.
Young North Texan Known As 'Boogie Boy' Being Recognized In The Music WorldMike Kinney introduces us to Dylan James Shaw.
Clock Ticking In Frisco For Parents Interested In Virtual LearningKids have to be signed up by Thursday if they're going to take part.
3rd Wave Of COVID-19 Crisis Rising Faster Than Previous WavesState health officials issued a warning Wednesday.
Grand Prairie Police Warn Of Killer 6-Foot Cobra Possible On The LooseExperts say the highly venomous cobra is considered the largest of Africa’s true cobras.
Plano-Based Firm Warns Of Cybersecurity Threats Found On Popular Gaming PlatformsThe popular online gaming platforms are based out of Russia.
Texas Gov. Abbott Says No More Statewide Shutdowns, Mask MandatesSpeaking at the Asian American Hotel Owners Association's national convention in Dallas, Gov. Greg Abbott said there will be no more statewide shutdowns or mask mandates even as COVID-19 cases surge.
With COVID-19 Cases 'Skyrocketing' In Dallas County, Risk Level Bumped Up To 'Red'The county’s public health committee voted unanimously Tuesday night, to upgrade the level to the highest one possible, as the more contagious delta variant continues to take its toll.
Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson Talks Gov. Abbott's Decisions During PandemicDallas Mayor Eric Johnson Talks Gov. Abbott's Decisions During Pandemic
Prosecutors: Troy Tiller Crossed 3 Cities Committing 12 Robberies In 5 MonthsA North Texas man was found guilty of evading arrest in a vehicle and was sentenced to 55 years in prison. Sound harsh? There’s more to the story. Katie Johnston reports.
Midnight Madness At Kennedale HS For Football Team's First PracticeMidnight Madness At Kennedale HS For Football Team's First Practice
Fans Flock To Dallas' Fair Park For 'Wicked,' First Broadway Tour Since Pandemic BeganFans are excited about Wicked and the return of Dallas Summer Musicals.
6-Foot Main Break In Dallas Sends Water Straight Into Trinity RiverDespite all the water that spewed from a broken Dallas water main Tuesday afternoon, August 3, the city said no one lost water service.
New Push In North Texas For Pregnant Women To Get The COVID-19 VaccineBaylor Scott & White says they're seeing more cases among pregnant women, and more pregnant women needing hospitalization.
Frisco ISD First In North Texas To Offer Online Learning In Wake Of Rise In COVID-19 CasesThis applies to Early Childhood through sixth grade students who are still ineligible for a COVID-19 vaccine.
Supply Chain Issues Impacting Companies Across The WorldIf you've tried to make a big purchase recently, you probably faced a long wait and a high price tag. The shortages are a byproduct of the pandemic that's wreaking havoc on companies across the world.
Dallas Firefighter Arrested For Allegedly Lying About COVID-19 Diagnosis, Using Paid Time Off For Family VacationDallas Police said William Jordan Carter, 38, is charged with felony theft.
North Texas Hospitals Say They Need Hundreds Of Additional Staff Members Due To COVID-19 SurgeThere are more than 1,800 COVID-19 patients in North Texas hospitals. That's more than four times as many as one month ago.
Frisco ISD First In North Texas To Offer Online Learning In Wake Of Rise In COVID-19 CasesThis applies to Pre K through sixth grade students who are still ineligible for a COVID-19 vaccine.
Teachers Back At School, Some Health Experts Concerned About No MasksKennedi Walker reports.