| Apr 8, 2011
Richard Hunter sees the fear bubble up in his four-year old pit bull, Mel when a stranger enters the room.
"He starts to shake and convulse," said the Dallas radio personality.
The pitbull was seized from the dog fighting operation run by NFL...
| Apr 18, 2011
It is a special mission for Michelle Mills, who cares for the mentally disabled. But, it is the fate of one of Mill's first clients, that still haunts her.
"We feel a great loss," said Mills, who is the Executive Director of Mary's House in Arlington....
| Apr 29, 2011
The balloons were up, the pirate cake was ready at the Ellharazin home in Fort Worth. But the 5-year old birthday boy, Abdullah, was not able to enjoy somthing
so simple as a birthday party, It made for a bitter sweet day for Loubna and Fahad ElHarazin....
| May 10, 2011
When teenage romance turns sexual, it can also be criminal, landing a young lover in jail and sometimes on the sexual offender registry for life. But a Texas proposal, would offer teenage sex offenders the chance to remove their name from the list, that...
| Jan 11, 2011
The tears flow when Crystal Buckner remembers what happened to her two, young daughters.
"I just try not to think about it," the North Texas mother, said.
Buckner says while visiting her ex-husband in Amarillo, Jack Buckner showed the two girls, ages...
| Jan 14, 2011
It is hard for Marcus Hardin to even talk about what happened to his grandson outside a Fort Worth bar almost three years ago, when Marcus Swiat was taken into custody by officers, who deployed a taser.
"Tasers are torture," Hardin said.
Swiat was tased...
| Feb 14, 2011
Paul thought he had found the woman of his dreams on a popular, online dating site.
"She was beautiful with blonde hair and green eyes."
But, the successful businessman quickly discovered the woman who called herself, Kristen was a phony. Paul says...
| Jan 26, 2012
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Austin, Texas 78701-2483
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TxDOT's six goals: Prepare for the future; Enhance safety; Maintain the transportation system; Relieve congestion; Enhance...
| Feb 21, 2012
Each day, Patti Watson spends her time on Facebook updating others on an issue that is close to her heart.
"I really think most people don't know about this."
The Rockwall grandmother is part of a grassroots army that posts to a page called, "Stop...
| Jan 31, 2012
The state Legislature heads back to work in less than a year, and the state’s improving economy won't likely save legislators from the protracted budget battle that awaits them.
The state ended 2011 with about $1.6 billion more in...
| Feb 9, 2012
| 3:30 PM
Good news for people who still have homes that are under water, and we’re not talking about flooding. More than 40 states have agreed to a nationwide settlement with the nation’s five biggest banks. That agreement would force Bank of America,...
| Feb 11, 2012
For several months, Stacy Smith has tried to coax her newly-adopted collie out from under the desk in Smith's Flower Mound office, but the dog won't budge. Smith says Emme was rescued from an alleged puppy mill and is now fearful of humans after being...