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  1. Two dead after driver crosses barrier, hits truck head-on

    Two dead after driver crosses barrier, hits truck head-on

    A double-fatal crash has shut down part of U.S. 820 in Fort Worth on Friday afternoon.

  2. Body in truck pulled from lake could be woman missing since 1979

    Body in truck pulled from lake could be woman missing since 1979

    “She left home and was never seen again, heading towards Granbury,” Hood County Sheriff Roger Deeds says. “It’s always on our mind and has been on our mind. We felt she was around here somewhere, but we weren’t quite sure where.”

  3. Hit-and-run suspects

    Suspects in hit-and-run that killed officer's son caught in Florida

    Dallas Police Lt. Max Geron said Dagoberto Castanon, 25, and Rogelio Avila, 24, were taken into custody by U.S. Marshals at a trailer park in North Ft. Myers, Fla. around 7 p.m. CST.

  4. Teen suspended for asking Miss America to prom

    Teen suspended for asking Miss America to prom

    Eighteen-year-old Patrick Farves said he received three days of in-school suspension Thursday because he asked Nina Davuluri to prom.

  5. Klyde Warren Park freezes out new food truck operators

    Klyde Warren Park freezes out new food truck operators

    Is Klyde Warren Park, with its huge crowds, playing favorites with food trucks?

  6. Charges pending for man caught on surveillance staring at sleeping toddler

    Charges pending for man caught on surveillance staring at sleeping toddler

    Authorities say they have identified the suspect who was caught on surveillance video breaking into a west Harris County home and hovering over a sleeping toddler.

  7. Man arrested after driving drunk into pedestrians, injuring 4

    Man arrested after driving drunk into pedestrians, injuring 4

    A 22-year-old man has been arrested for driving drunk into a group of pedestrians and leaving the scene.

  8. Jews ordered to register in east Ukraine

    Jews ordered to register in east Ukraine

    Jews in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk where pro-Russian militants have taken over government buildings were told they have to "register" with the Ukrainians who are trying to make the city become part of Russia, according to Israeli media.

  9. Lockdown lifted for Trinity High, Midway Park Elementary

    Lockdown lifted for Trinity High, Midway Park Elementary

    Trinity High School and Midway Park Elementary School were both placed on lockdown Friday afternoon after police discovered a stolen car that had a weapon inside in the area.

  10. Richardson couple moving for safety after home invader granted 'shock probation'

    Richardson couple moving for safety after home invader granted 'shock probation'

    Jeremy Bay remembers his words for Brandon Jordan from Jordan's sentencing in December. “Our family has been forever changed because of what you did to us,” Bay said. Now, just eight months later, Jordan will be released from jail.

  11. Bananas Foster Monkey Bread

    Daybreak recipe: Bananas Foster Monkey Bread

    Here's a dessert item that combines two classic favorites.

  12. Texas Marine killed at Camp Lejeune laid to rest in Burleson

    Texas Marine killed at Camp Lejeune laid to rest in Burleson

    Dozens of Marines joined other mourners Friday to remember 21-year-old Lance Corporal Mark Boterf.

  13. Crime

    One dead in Arlington park shooting; suspect arrested

    Police in Arlington have arrested a suspect after two people were shot Thursday night in Marti Van Ravenswaay Park.

  14. Frisco father warns of dangers of synthetic LSD after son's death

    Frisco father warns of dangers of synthetic LSD after son's death

    The drug was a synthetic form of LSD commonly called "N-bomb" or "Smiles." It is the same one believed to have sent three McKinney children to hospitals on the same day in early April.

  15. Dallas police officer's two-year-old son gets much-needed transplant

    Dallas police officer's two-year-old son gets much-needed transplant

    It's been four months since we told you about little Sawyer Jones. The two-year-old desperately needed a heart transplant and was adopted as an infant by a Dallas police officer and his family despite his condition.

  16. Wheelchair Motocross trend spreads to North Texas

    Wheelchair Motocross trend spreads to North Texas

    Luke Acuna, 11, is among dozens of athletes competing for the first time at the Irving Convention Center. All of them are part of an extreme sports competition presented by non-profit RISE Adaptive Sports.

  17. Clock found in shipwreck debris

    Clock found in shipwreck debris

    An underwater archeology project coordinated from a high-tech command center in Galveston has discovered a centuries-old clock amid the debris of a shipwreck found in the Gulf of Mexico.

  18. Dallas

    Free fun in DFW this weekend

    Entertainment in the Dallas-Forth Worth Metroplex can get a bit pricey. We've comprised a list of free events happening around the North Texas area this weekend to insure you have some fun -- and avoid breaking the bank.

  19. Police: Person of interest in M Streets crash had criminal record, was previously deported

    Police: Person of interest in M Streets crash had criminal record, was previously deported

    Police have released a name and image of a person of interest in a crash that left a 13-year-old boy dead early this week in the M Streets area of Dallas.