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As a first time Girl Scout went door-to-door selling this year's batch of cookies, someone spotted her wagon loaded with $250 worth of cookies, and... [Read More]
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In a crowded back room at Angelo's BBQ Tuesday night, Tarrant County Democratic Party chair Deborah Peoples officially tossed her name into the hat for... [Read More]
It was a heated debate between Arlington residents, city officials and the operator of a fracking site that sits near their homes Wednesday at a... [Read More]
This back to school season is the first for the North Texas Performing Arts Academy, a program launched to give home schooled and online students... [Read More]
The Irving Independent School District Board of Trustees voted unanimously to accept the resignation of superintendent Jose Parra at a special meeting called Monday. [Read More]
A public memorial has been set up outside the Bob Bolen Public Safety Complex for Fort Worth Police Officer Garrett Hull. He died in the... [Read More]
Flight cancellations ahead of Hurricane Florence have already begun, and several airlines are offering waivers for flight-change and cancellation fees. [Read More]
The family of Botham Jean, the 26-year-old shot and killed in his own apartment by an off-duty Dallas police officer, will hold a press conference... [Read More]
As wildfires continue to burn out west, emergency crews are relying on drones to survey hundreds of acres for hot spots instead of sending firefighters... [Read More]
A Grapevine police officer critically injured in a motorcycle crash last October got the chance to throw out the first pitch at the Rangers game... [Read More]
Over the last several days, people in Deep Ellum have noticed a couple of new additions: Blue emergency phones to get people in danger directly... [Read More]
Thursday night McKinney High School and McKinney North faced off on the turf of the city's new $70 million stadium. [Read More]
Neighbors and strangers came together in Forney Wednesday to throw a block party sendoff fit for a superhero. [Read More]
Tuesday afternoon as a guilty verdict was read for Roy Oliver in the murder of 15-year-old Jordan Edwards, the teen's former teammates were preparing to... [Read More]
Two people are dead following a collision between a TRE train and a commercial truck in North Arlington Saturday afternoon. [Read More]
It's been 12 years since Patricia Oferosky and Stephen Mitchelltree were gunned down while working at a Pizza Hut in Terrell. [Read More]
Dallas ISD responded to concerns Wednesday over bus problems during the first week back to school under its new program. [Read More]
Tuesday Frisco City Council held a public hearing to join several neighboring cities in allowing brewpubs within city limits. [Read More]
South Oak Cliff High School is preparing for football season while their own practice fields are off limits. It's a unique challenge they say won't... [Read More]
Along a residential street in White Settlement, it's tough to miss the outpouring of support for a family spending their final days with a husband,... [Read More]
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