Author: Larry Collins

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Some businesses have relocated to unaffected areas of the city while others have not been able to survive at all and closed. [Read More]
Traffic at the intersection of Heritage Avenue and Cheek Sparger Road has increased exponentially. It is the point where Bedford, Colleyville and Euless meet and... [Read More]
The Fort Worth Police Department is looking for new faces from departments around the region and country. [Read More]
Former Dallas Police officer Amber Guyger is expected to appear in a Dallas County courtroom Monday. She's accused of shooting and killing unarmed Botham Jean,... [Read More]
After more than a year of listening to citizen concerns and suggestions, the city's Race and Culture Task Force is prepared to release its recommendations... [Read More]
The University of Texas at Arlington campus police are investigating a drowning that happened overnight. [Read More]
Fort Worth police officer Garrett Hull's private funeral is planned for 1 p.m. Friday at Christ Chapel Bible Church in Fort Worth. [Read More]
North Texas relief workers will join efforts to help those affected by the historic flooding that followed Hurricane Florence. [Read More]
Nearly 55,000 people are expected to descend on Dallas during the annual Pride weekend. [Read More]
Tags: Dallas - Pride - Weekend
El Fenix is the nation's oldest Mexican chain restaurant. [Read More]
A $1.2 million drainage project could add more flood protection for the downtown area. [Read More]
City employees have found overflowing bins, discarded furniture and one bin torched by an arsonist. [Read More]
A new satellite office is set to open at Denton County's Southwest Courthouse. [Read More]
Kindness is contagious and it's needed more than ever in schools -- that's why a movement led by students at Lewisville ISD is spreading throughout... [Read More]
Attorneys will make closing arguments and the decision will be in the hands of the jurors. [Read More]
Professor Andrew Torget hopes to land a spot in in the Guinness Book of World Records. [Read More]
The Plano building's foundation shifted over the weekend causing concerns about structural integrity of the building. [Read More]
Parking fees will fluctuate based on demand in the area, up to $4.50 an hour. [Read More]
The evolution of technology in Texas has begun as a team of robots are now zooming around the streets of Arlington. [Read More]
Students will need to get used to changes to some of the basic building blocks of the school day – start and close times. [Read More]
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