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  1. Robert Newhouse

    Cowboys great Robert Newhouse dead at 64

    Robert Newhouse, Jr., the former Dallas Cowboys standout who was the first running back to throw for a touchdown in a Super Bowl, passed away Tuesday after an extended battle with heart disease.

  2. Kierstin Eaddy

    Teen dies in go-kart accident near Texas Motor Speedway

    Kierstin Eaddy, 14, was airlifted to a hospital after her kart failed to stop after a race in a TMS parking lot Sunday morning. She was later pronounced dead.

  3. Katy woman turns in husband after finding child porn on his phone

    Katy woman turns in husband after finding child porn on his phone

    A Katy man appeared in court Monday on charges he sexually assaulted a young relative. Soengsug Soelberg Miller, 47, was turned in by his wife after she found lewd images on his smart phone, according to court documents.

  4. Lost Tyler dog found 7 years later, 1,800 miles away reunited with family

    Lost Tyler dog found 7 years later, 1,800 miles away reunited with family

    If dogs could talk, the Maltese named Reese would have a heck of a tale to tell.

  5. West Nile virus

    Dallas County confirms first case of mosquito-borne chikungunya virus

    The case was imported, according to health department spokesperson Erikka Neroes, meaning the patient was infected during recent travel to the Caribbean.

  6. Cockpit of MH17 found sawed in half at crash site

    Cockpit of MH17 found sawed in half at crash site

    The monitors said said large parts of the cockpit -- and every part of the fuselage -- were carried off. They said they are not sure why such vital pieces of evidence from the downed plane were tampered with.

  7. Day care crackdown

    State cracks down on unlicensed Arlington day care centers

    The new unit hunting for illegal day cares searches social media for ads. In one case, a person was offering to care of children for free in exchange for dental work.

  8. Lake Whitney cliff

    Plan unclear for precarious precipice at Lake Whitney

    For a while this summer, it was the most talked-about story in Texas. But while the chatter has died down over the doomed Lake Whitney cliff house, the danger most certainly has not.

  9. Openly gay detective shares his story as Fort Worth seeks LGBT recruits

    Openly gay detective shares his story as Fort Worth seeks LGBT recruits

    In a video shared on YouTube, Det. Chris Gorrie shares his story as an openly gay detective in the department's traffic investigative unit.

  10. Pete Delkus: A story of perseverance

    Pete Delkus: A story of perseverance

    Patrick Despain dives into the earlier career of WFAA's own Pete Delkus.

  11. Justice

    Appeals court to review improper photography law that led to Plano arrest

    While Fermin Morlaes-Gonzalez awaits trial for allegedly taking pictures up women's skirts without their knowledge, lawyers are challenging the constitutionality of the law that put him behind bars.

  12. Brenden Bridges

    Psychologist: Teen accused of murdering classmate can be rehabilitated

    Dr. Robert Lackey, a psychologist with the Collin County juvenile probation department, said that Brenden Bridges and another Wylie East High School student told him that they weighed the pro and cons of how to carry out the murder of a classmate.

  13. Infant abandoned in middle of the road after rollover accident in Conroe

    Infant abandoned in middle of the road after rollover accident in Conroe

    Authorities are searching for a father who is accused of abandoning his injured infant son at the scene of a rollover accident Sunday night in Montgomery County, DPS said.

  14. Photos: Patrolling the Texas border, as seen from above

    Photos: Patrolling the Texas border, as seen from above

    Thousands of immigrants, many of them minors from Central America, have crossed illegally into the United States this year, causing an unprecentented humanitarian crisis on the U.S.-Mexico border.

  15. Turtle Creek Trail

    We Hear Ya: Homeless bring safety, sanitary issues to Turtle Creek

    In recent months, Jimmy Lamb says the 2.1-mile Turtle Creek Trail has become home to the homeless. "I have found many people sleeping right here," he said. "They have a little camp."

  16. Family reunited with lost dog found seven years later

    Family reunited with lost dog found seven years later

    If dogs could talk, the Maltese named Reese would have a heck of a tale to tell.

  17. Christopher Gordon

    No suspects in fatal shooting of Berkner High athlete

    Dallas police said 15-year-old Christopher Gordon was standing with a group of friends in the 3700 block of Forest Lane Monday night when someone fired into the group. Christopher was shot in the head and killed.

  18. Derrick Johnson

    Brother of corpse abuse suspect distances himself from mortuary

    Twin brothers Dondre and Derrick Johnson have a long history of handling burials together, Derrick says he has been out of the business since long before eight decomposing bodies were discovered at the Johnson Family Mortuary last week.

  19. Kierstin Eaddy

    Girl killed in go-kart wreck hailed as outstanding student, friend

    Competitive go-kart rider Kierstin Eaddy of Flower Mound was killed Sunday when her machine accelerated past the finish line and through a cable barrier following a race in the parking lot. Shelton School's principal called her "a beautiful soul."

  20. Robert Newhouse

    Cowboys great Robert Newhouse making progress after stroke

    Tiny movements signify major progress for former Dallas Cowboys player Robert Newhouse, now a patient at the Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation in Dallas.