The Fourth of July will be celebrated much differently this year than in the past, with the largest fireworks show in North Texas moved online.
One of the largest fireworks shows in North Texas will not take place in person this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
There will be a big change for Addison Kaboom Town this year.
To kick off the Memorial Day weekend, a collection of historic warplanes flew over North Texas Friday morning.
Restaurants and their loyal customers throughout Dallas County did their best on Tuesday to adjust to the temporary ban on people eating in dining rooms due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Google’s expansion plan for this year includes North Texas.
It may still be winter, but summer is just around the corner.
Police are investigating after shots were fired at a Super Bowl watching party during a fight outside an Addison bar.
Addison police say the man charged with murdering an elderly woman in July confessed to the crime. He allegedly told investigators he did it to help her.
Friday night football had special meaning for those hit hard by Sunday’s tornado outbreak.
Police are looking for the person who robbed three North Dallas banks, each time wearing a different disguise.
One of the top Fourth of July fireworks shows in the country is happening tonight in Addison. But FOX 4's Brandon Todd says Kaboom Town is more than just fireworks. It's food, music, fun and an airshow.
Investigators said voices in the cockpit indicated there were problems and "confusion" right before a small plane crashed, killing 10 people at the Addison Airport on Sunday.
Seven of the ten people killed in a plane crash on Sunday at Addison Airport were identified on Monday as federal investigators said they have recovered the cockpit voice recorder from the aircraft.
The medical examiner has confirmed that 10 people were killed when a plane crashed into a hangar and started a fire at the Addison Municipal Airport Sunday morning.
There were several events held this weekend ahead of Independence Day on Thursday.