Greenville ISD confirmed an object resembling a pipe bomb was found in a Greenville High School bathroom. That object turned out to be a hoax, police said.
A bus driver in North Texas is being praised for his kindness and new friendship with a visually impaired 9-year-old.
Hudson Hooten is battling both COVID and RSV, the two viruses that are packing children's hospitals across North Texas. His mom says it all began with a cough. Things quickly got worse. Doctors told his mom he got the last ICU bed.
There were cheers of joy and relief outside Texas Health Dallas for 56-year-old Bobby Tanner after a long 216 consecutive days in five different hospitals. Coronavirus took him to death’s door on multiple occasions. But on Tuesday, he went home.
A Greenville woman is reunited with her beloved dog. She rewarded the person who helped get her back, and that person is paying it forward.
Greenville ISD has accepted the resignation of the teacher who took a picture of her foot on the neck of a student.
A 10-year-old Black student at Lamar Elementary School in Greenville was seen in a picture with his white teacher's foot on his neck. The boy said it was punishment for acting out in class.
An 18-year-old accused of murdering a 15-year-old in Greenville has been taken into custody in Colorado.
The 15-year-old Greenville boy's family says he was stabbed several times and spent two months in the hospital before his death.
The man who was accused in a mass shooting at a party near Greenville is now suing the Hunt County Sheriff's Office and TxDPS.
A North Texas church is beginning to rebuild its sanctuary just over a year after a devastating tornado.
Detectives said the 22-year-old woman's ex-boyfriend was the man who shot her dead Sunday night outside a Walmart in Dallas.
The Hunt County district attorney dropped the case against the man initially arrested for a shooting at a party in Greenville that killed two people.
The man arrested and charged with capital murder for a shooting that killed two people at a Hunt County party venue has been released from custody.
On Saturday, family and friends remembered the short life of one of the two men killed when a gunman opened fire at a non-school sanctioned Texas A&M Commerce homecoming event held in Greenville last weekend.
Byron Craven Jr. was tragically in the wrong place at the wrong time when gunfire blazed inside a homecoming party near Greenville.
Authorities say as many as 750 people were at the party venue on Highway 380 on Saturday night when a gunman opened fire upon hundreds of people, killing two and injuring more than a dozen others.
Two were killed and more than a dozen hurt in the shooting on Saturday night at a Greenville party venue. Hundreds more students have been stressed by the crime and campus officials decided to give students a break to let them focus on their mental, physical and emotional health.
Dallas police have made an arrest after a vigil for one of the Greenville shooting victims ended with gunfire.
A suspect has been arrested for this weekend’s deadly shooting in Hunt County at a homecoming party.