A Richardson High School student-athlete who has faced her own adversities is being recognized during National Gratitude Month for the work she does with others.
A Dallas member of the Aryan Brotherhood was sentenced to 30 years prison after prosecutors said he offered officers drugs and weapons to get out of charges during a traffic stop.
The decision comes after a group of more than 100 districts filed a lawsuit claiming the guidelines were released too late.
A former coach and teacher in Richardson and Dallas has been charged with possession of child pornography.
134 people across Dallas-Fort Worth were arrested as part a Homeland Security sting looking to find those paying for sex.
With this summer surpassing 1954 with the fourth most triple-digit days on record, North Texas school districts have had to make a lot of adjustments to keep students safe during the excessive heat from adjusting game times to lots of indoor recess.
A Richardson junior high school that was diverse in the hallways but not in its advanced classrooms discovered a way to close the gap. It's called ‘Operation Spot 'Em and Got 'Em,’ and the data shows it's working.
As school districts around the state look for ways to recruit and retain teachers and staff Richardson ISD is now offering its employees daycare.
Dozens of animals at the Serpentarium in Richardson died in the fire over the weekend. North Texas rescue groups and customers are stepping in to take in the surviving animals. The owner says they can repair the store, but it’ll take one to two months.
Dallas police are investigating a suspected road rage shooting that happened Friday morning on Highway 75.
One person is dead after a shooting in the parking lot of a Richardson shopping center.
Justice was delayed for the family of a woman shot and killed by her grandchild's mother at a Richardson Starbucks. The trial for Tranisa Watts was set to start last week, but a recent evaluation led the court to halt proceedings.
A concrete boom pump caught fire near the intersection of E Collins Boulevard and Glenville Road in Richardson on Wednesday afternoon.
Last fall, Richardson ISD rolled out a program to test a new tool to lock up student cell phones in hopes of unlocking learning. Now, the district says it worked.
A bus driver spotted a man trying to lure one of her students into his car as she arrived. She then managed to calm the student down while figuring out how to capture his license plate.
The Impractical Jokers take on Arlington, Magic Mike heads to Frisco and festival fun for the whole family. There is a lot to do in Dallas-Fort Worth this weekend.
With 80 years of the family working in Texas classrooms, they have a unique perspective on what it takes to retain teachers as the state deals with a shortage unlike other times.
The training brought people there to discuss risk of, response to and recovery from what continues to happen in urban and rural settings: school shootings.
North Texas businessman and pastor Ryan Binkley plans to join the race as a Republican.
Fire officials said a 39-year-old man was found dead after a fire at a Richardson apartment late Friday night.