| May 17, 2010
Parents in the Southlake-Carroll school district could be asked to set their alarm clocks for an earlier start time in the fall. District officials are considering staggered start times that could send the youngest students to class at 7:35 in the...
| May 24, 2010
A Texas death row inmate, convicted of murder in Tarrant County, will get the chance to plead his case before the U.S. Supreme Court for a DNA test, that he claims will clear his name.
Henry "Hank" Skinner killed his ex-girlfriend and two other people in...
| Jan 12, 2010
Medical assistant, Krystal Ezermack (28) didn't hesitate to sign up for the GPS tracking service when she received a new Sprint cell phone for Christmas. "I am a terrible driver and really bad at directions", says Ezermack.
Just days later, while picking...
| Jan 25, 2010
Like most kids her age, Samantha Williams, 13, uses her cell phone to text. The Keller middle school student says she was surprised when schoolmates were caught sending lewd messages. "It makes people different now that it has happened".
| Feb 1, 2010
In 2006, a distraught Michael Maxon called 911 dispatchers to say his wife had just drowned their 1-year old son in the family's hot tub. "He was fine. There was nothing wrong with Alex, until now", said Maxon from inside his Mansfield home.
| Feb 2, 2010
With a big backyard that backs up to Grapevine Lake, resident Jim Johnson is used to seeing four-legged visitors. "We get to see fox and bobcats". But recently, Johnson had something else show up.
Johnson snapped pictures when a coyote wandered into...
| Feb 16, 2010
Colleyville mother, Judith Clark is willing to do loads of laundry, but what the mother of three young children isn't willing to do is pay more for the electricity that runs the machine.
"I feel like I am being nickel and dimed to death with taxes."...
| Feb 24, 2010
The posted speed is 60 mph, but most drivers along Loop 820 in North Richland Hills rarely get past 20 before having to tap their breaks.
"It's horrible, I tell people all the time, Dallas was easier," said driver Rebecca Hicks. A new national study of...
| Feb 24, 2010
| 1:11 PM
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott today took legal action against Arlington's Town Inn Motel for serving as a haven for criminal conduct .
According to a request for injunction filed by the state, the motel owner would have to stop all on-premises...
| Mar 1, 2010
Every day, Claire Henry drives past a dozen steel beams that hold up the remainder of a retaining wall along Vickery Boulevard.
Like many, she wonders when the slipping soil and buckling retaining wall might spill on to the street.
| Apr 4, 2011
It is a walk that 466 inmates have taken during their final steps to the Texas death chamber. But, Tarrant County killer, Cleve Foster will be the first to receive a new mixture of the lethal drug cocktail used in executions.
Foster is set to die Tuesday...