Most Popular

Most Viewed | Emailed

  1. Crime

    12-year-old found dead after search in Heath

    A Department of Safety spokesperson said there is no reason to believe there is a threat to other residents. Justice of the Peace Nancy Beatty said the boy's cause of death will be determined by the county medical examiner.

  2. Texas mom bites off dog's ear to stop attack on 2-year-old girl

    Texas mom bites off dog's ear to stop attack on 2-year-old girl

    In a backyard in Alvin, swings a very lucky girl. Her name is Mackenzi Plass, or Kenzi for short, and she survived a dog attack. Mackenzi has scars on her face after the ordeal that put her mother's animal instincts to the test.

  3. Burned ponies

    Heroic pony saves her foal from barn fire

    If you ever question what a mother will do for her child, think of these two ponies. Bella used her body to shield Butterscotch from the advancing flames of a barn fire. Both survived, but the horses are now being treated for burns.

  4. <b><font color=#000000>VIDEO</font></b> Navy baseball players' 'Frozen' lip-sync goes viral

    VIDEO Navy baseball players' 'Frozen' lip-sync goes viral

    Two Navy baseball players are being recognized for something other than their athletic abilities, after a video of them lip-syncing a song from the Disney film "Frozen" went viral.

  5. New executive bus comes with conference room, steward

    New executive bus comes with conference room, steward

    Vonlane has announced that it will launch an executive motor coach service on May 5, featuring a six-seat conference room, Wi-Fi -- even its own attendant.

  6. Livestock perish after trailer overturns in Fort Worth

    Livestock perish after trailer overturns in Fort Worth

    Police say the driver of the truck was going around the curve of the U.S. 287 to Interstate 35W ramp when the truck overturned around 3:30 a.m. There were 95 cattle in the truck, and not all of them survived the ordeal.

  7. Road rage

    Road rage victims recount terror on Dallas freeway

    "They wouldn't leave me alone," Gail Pinke said. "We heard something that sounded like a gunshot," her husband Gerald added. Someone had fired a gun at their vehicle on Interstate 20.

  8. Police searching for gunman after deadly shooting near Galleria

    Police searching for gunman after deadly shooting near Galleria

    Neighbors heard gunshots around 12:30 a.m. on Preston Oaks Road, near Montfort Drive and Belt Line Road, close to the Galleria.

  9. Upcoming 'Bachelorette' contestant dies

    Upcoming 'Bachelorette' contestant dies

    Us Weekly is reporting that the Brigham Young grad was in a paragliding accident in Utah on Sunday. Apparently his parachute collapsed.

  10. Motorcyclist killed in Fort Worth crash

    Motorcyclist killed in Fort Worth crash

    Around 11:15 p.m. Tuesday, three motorcycles were heading east on Meacham Boulevard near Mark IV Parkway when two of them crashed into each other, police told News 8.

  11. Man stuck in disclosure dispute because he refuses to live on ‘Murder Mansion’ property

    Man stuck in disclosure dispute because he refuses to live on ‘Murder Mansion’ property

    A local businessman thought he had found the perfect home in Seabrook, but the land it sits on has a notorious history and he’s now stuck in a disclosure dispute.

  12. George Clooney blows up in Vegas over Obama insults

    George Clooney blows up in Vegas over Obama insults

    The Las Vegas Review-Journal is reporting Wednesday that Clooney got drunk and blew up at a table-full of honchos in Vegas, including Republican casino magnate Steve Wynn, after Wynn criticized the president and the Affordable Care Act.

  13. Galveston woman calls for help after being kidnapped, sexually assaulted

    Galveston woman calls for help after being kidnapped, sexually assaulted

    Galveston Police are investigating after a woman claims she was kidnapped and sexually assaulted late on Easter night into Monday.

  14. Joseph Miller

    After 33 years, murder suspect found living as church deacon in East Texas

    Authorities say Joseph Lewis Miller fled Pennsylvania after shooting a man in a parking lot outside a hotel in 1981. He was charged with murder and three other felonies, but the case remained unsolved for three decades.

  15. Luiset Beni Sanchez

    Dallas police say 2010 murder suspect has returned to North Texas

    On June 6, 2010, the victim, Juanita Martinez, was killed in the 1330 block of Maham Road, according to the Dallas Police Department. An arrest warrant was issued for Luiset Beni Sanchez, 29, was issued, but police say Sanchez had fled the country.

  16. Photos: US troops arrive in Poland

    Photos: US troops arrive in Poland

    embers of a Polish paratrooper unit watch as a U.S. Air Force plane ferrying men and equipment of the U.S. Army 173rd Airborne Brigade lands at a Polish air force base on April 23, 2014 in Swidwin, Poland.

  17. Brandon Carter

    TCU receiver Brandon Carter arrested on marijuana charge

    Fort Worth officers were on routine patrol in the 1600 block of Calhoun Street in downtown Fort Worth about 5:12 p.m. when they ran the license plate of a 2010 Lexus and found the car had a “warrant hit,” the report states.

  18. Restaurant plans

    Residents weigh in on White Rock Lake restaurant proposal

    Hundreds of White Rock Lake homeowners packed a meeting Tuesday night where they loudly voiced opposition to a proposed restaurant at Boy Scout Hill.

  19. Cloud seeding

    Desperate for water, Wichita Falls tries to make it rain

    A hundred miles up the road from Fort Worth, drought has made water so scarce that the city of Wichita Falls is trying something it's never tried before: Cloud seeding.

  20. wfaagrafix

    IRS workers who didn't pay taxes got bonuses

    The Internal Revenue Service handed out $2.8 million in bonuses to employees with disciplinary issues — including more than $1 million to employees who didn't pay their federal taxes, a watchdog report says.