A 33-year-old man drowned while swimming in Grapevine Lake Tuesday night.
Someone called police after spotting a body floating in one of the boat slips at Scott’s Landing Marina.
Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start to the summer. But high water levels at several North Texas lakes have some thinking twice about going for a swim.
Police said the man wanted for attacking an Uber driver in Grapevine died this past Friday in a car crash in Weatherford.
The debate over critical race theory is heating up in another North Texas school board election and the state legislature.
A sure sign that some sunshine is ahead... Summerfest at the Gaylord Texan resort starts today.
Carlton Bryant said it will take several weeks for his recovery but he’s thankful he was able to make it out of that car alive. Grapevine police have released a photo of the suspect, Cesar Soto, 33.
Grapevine police have released surveillance video of this week's attack and carjacking of an Uber driver.
The victim is an Uber driver who was dropping off a passenger in Grapevine Thursday morning. His passenger attacked him and took off in his blue 2016 Toyota Camry.
Two men were arrested after a shootout in a gas station parking lot near the Grapevine Mills Mall Tuesday afternoon.
Faced with a shortage of workers, many North Texas employers are working to get the word out that they are hiring.
Grapevine police are looking for a thief who took advantage of the power outages and water shutoffs from last week’s storm.
Retired FDNY Captain Peter Massiello moved to North Texas two years ago and passed away last week. He feared he wouldn't have uniformed firefighters at his funeral. One local fire captain heard about his concern and said that wouldn't be happening.
As GameStop is in the news for the Wall Street frenzy over its stock price, Grapevine brewery Hop & Sting Brewing Co. decided to help out GameStop employees by offering them a beer for just $1.
Shares of the Grapevine-based Gamestop fell sharply after brokerage firms restricted trading. It's all part of a battle over power and access that could change the rules for investors.
There are now three North Texans who have been arrested in connection with the Capitol riot.
The Grapevine man who was arrested for participating in the Capitol riot will be released from jail, with specific conditions.
A North Texas man was arrested after he was identified as one of the people who stormed the U.S. Capitol last week.
Larry R. Brock Jr., whose address is listed in Grapevine, confirmed to the New Yorker that he was the man pictured wearing a helmet and military gear on the Senate floor.
Grapevine police and firefighters shut down part of busy Highway 114 last night because of a fatal crash.