Sears Selling Craftsman Brand To Stanley Black & Decker
Sears is selling its well-known Craftsman brand to Stanley Black & Decker, which plans to grow the tool brand by selling its products at more stores. Only 10 percent of Craftsman products are currently sold outside of Sears.
Country Star Mel Tillis Recovering From Digestive Disease
Country music star Mel Tillis is receiving home care following surgery and treatment for a digestive disease.
Crews Treating Roadways In Preparation For Winter Weather
Winter weather isn’t expected to start moving into North Texas until Friday, but road crews have been busy for the last day or so preparing highways and byways to keep drivers as safe as possible.
Coast Guard Battling Fire On Oil Platform In Gulf of Mexico
The Coast Guard says it’s responding to a fire on an oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Louisiana.
Pressure On President Obama To Grant Last-Minute Pardons, Commutations
Under mounting pressure to free convicts as a last act, President Barack Obama is planning at least one more batch of pardons and commutations before leaving office in two weeks.
Coyotes Causing Concern For Airline Crews In Arlington
Crews at the Arlington Municipal Airport are dealing with a coyote problem.
Strength In Numbers: Families Shed Excess Pounds Together
Sometimes the best workout partner is someone from your own family, according to experts.
New Year’s Day Burglar Creeps Out Homeowner
Security cameras captured a man using the light from his phone to roam rooms while the Plano homeowner slept.
New Year, New Look For Fort Worth Neighborhood
A temporary skate park and bike path has been set up for kids near Hemphill and Fire Station Community Center in Fort Worth.
Kaufman Wedding Venue Shutters 1 Month Before Couple’s Wedding
Kaufman’s Victorian House has closed, taking with it one couple’s dream wedding and all the cash that went with it.
Neighbors Outraged After Facebook Post Spurs Violence
An argument that began on Facebook turned violent when police say nine people drove from Dallas to confront another group in an Allen neighborhood.
$800M Dallas Bond Election Could Be Delayed
In an unofficial vote, a majority of Dallas City Council members elected to sidestep a May referendum.
Lawyer For Teen Who Filed Lawsuit Calls It “Textbook Excessive Force Claim”
Lawyers for Dajerria Becton held a news conference in Dallas Wednesday afternoon.
Kindergartener Accidentally Orders Pricey Toy Through Amazon’s Alexa
“Alexa ordered me a dollhouse and cookies,” 6-year-old Brooke Neitzel explained.
Alleged Kidnappers Live Stream Torture; Shout “F” Trump
Red flags were raised after a disturbing Facebook video live-stream surfaced showing a group of people allegedly holding a young man hostage on Chicago’s West Side.
Judge Asks If Texas Fetal Remains Rules Override Current Law
A federal judge appears to be casting doubt on the legality of hotly debated Texas rules requiring burial or cremation of fetal remains, questioning Wednesday whether they would override separate, existing state laws on scattering ashes.
Macy’s To Close Collin Creek & Southwest Center Locations
Macy’s says it is eliminating more than 10,000 jobs and plans to move forward with 68 store closures after a disappointing holiday shopping season.
Granny Packs Heat, Shoots At Armed Intruder
The pistol-packing, east Texas grandmother, Rebbie Roberson, was quietly watching the news Sunday when the intruder interrupted her day.
10-Year-Old Girl Says Stranger Exposed Himself
A 10-year-old girl said a man exposed himself to her as she was walking home from school in the 4100 block of Blackwillow Drive on Tuesday.