‘We are doing something good’ | Non-profit urges Gov. Abbott to reconsider order that stops migrant transports
Earlier this week, through an executive order, Texas Governor Greg Abbott effectively banned non-profits from transporting migrants.
From less strict hair standards to moms given more time with their newborn babies, the Army is making changes in hopes of improving culture.
While the government is reviewing all pending eminent domain actions, one landowner says the action is "six months too late."
Funk thought she was going to space in 1961. Sixty years later, she finally is.
“Hopefully [we're] inspiring even more girls to see us and see what we do, and maybe come join us one day,” Dallas referee Crystal...
His background and his experiences give him the ability to connect with his subjects in a way that's deeper than the game.
Paris, Texas teacher vying for Ms. Wheelchair USA feels she’s ‘already won’ in representing ‘handi-capable’ people
Paris, Texas middle school teacher Kenda Felker is among 11 contestants spreading the message of awareness and inclusivity for people with modified abilities.
‘I was shaking. I couldn’t believe it’ | Texas City fisherman reels in 12-foot, 1,000-pound tiger shark
And the boat they were on wasn’t much bigger than that shark!
Prison to personal trainer: How Dallas native Josh Hicks became the offseason coach for NFL stars like Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott
Prison is not where he wanted to go. It's where he needed to go.
‘That’s what we do. We run toward the bullets’: Former DART police officer reflects on 7/7 attack in Dallas
Misty McBride was shot in the arm, shoulder and stomach on July 7, 2016. After multiple surgeries she returned to duty, but left DART...
The fast food chain hosted a birthday celebration for Joan Quellar, who has been working at Whataburger for 12 years.
"After I came out, I felt so much more free. I was able to be free," said Amber Glenn, of Plano.
‘You are worthy of love’ | Five brave LGBTQ+ people give their younger selves advice on the day they came out
Knowing what you know now, what would you tell yourself on the day you came out? These are their letters to themselves.
The exhibit, now open in The Colony, features multiple lifelike dinosaurs.
The Oak Lawn neighborhood became the center for the North Texas LGBTQ community in the early 70s, and it's grown more popular ever since.
To make a bigger impact, Catalina Gonzalez took an intentional step back to adjust her business model and clearly define her company’s core values.
"Our residents have been thirsting for more investments in the arts," said Frisco Mayor Jeff Cheney.