Organizers and leaders from across North Texas are happy to see Governor Greg Abbott’s refugee ban put on hold.
It's the start of a very tasty season!
Advocates are celebrating a proposal that brings courthouse dogs into federal proceedings.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott and Attorney General Ken Paxton have filed a friend-of-the-court brief in an effort to help keep a North Texas baby on life support at Cook Children’s Medical Center.
Students at the Harmony Science Academy in Dallas are reaching out to help their classmates at a school mental health fair. It's a way for them to relieve the stress of high school life.
Police are looking for a killer after a man was found dead on a South Dallas street.
Some Dallas public school teachers took their fight against pay cuts to the Texas Supreme Court.
A Dallas County sheriff’s deputy is facing charges after allegedly assaulting and threatening a prisoner who was handcuffed.
The Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo kicks off Friday at Dickies Arena.
Fort Worth firefighters found two victims when they pulled a pickup truck out of the Trinity River early Friday morning.
Thousands of people are missing out on a 50 percent toll discount when driving on TEXpress lanes in North Texas.
A college student from Midlothian who was home for the winter break is still in intensive care after a devastating New Year’s Day car accident.
The removal plans for the beloved trains at Children’s Medical Center Dallas are now on hold.
The special title-setting bar is equivalent to more than 41,000 single-size Snickers bars, which the brand says truly emphasizes that everything is bigger than Texas.
A Fort Worth Polytechnic Senior High School student was stabbed and shot during a fight near campus at lunch-time Thursday.
Second grade students at a Dallas elementary school got a big surprise – new bikes.
Students in Fort Worth will make a call to space to talk with the astronauts on the International Space Station Thursday morning. It’s the highlight of Space Week.
The Dallas County health department confirmed three more flu-related deaths, bringing this season’s total to nine.
The city of Dallas and local law enforcement are ready to shape young minds with a new mentorship program.
Showers and thunderstorms that developed over the Dallas – Fort Worth area Thursday morning caused many traffic problems and some power outages.