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State health officials will revisit Flower Mound health study

| |Monday, Apr. 07, 2014

Officials say they’re responding to “community concerns” about a researcher’s report critical of methods used by the state.

Tarrant appraisal notices leave out May 31 protest deadline

| |Monday, Apr. 07, 2014

The Tarrant Appraisal District notices to 300,000 property owners omitted information telling taxpayers they had until May 31 to file a protest.

Cousins face murder charge in man’s strangulation

| |Monday, Apr. 07, 2014

Court documents state that one of the men was linked to the crime scene through a DNA database, then implicated his cousin in the crime as well.

Hail, high wind hit Denton; funnel cloud reported

| |Friday, Apr. 04, 2014

Hail breaks windows at Texas Woman’s University as storm blows through North Texas. Friday’s forecast is for pleasant weather.

Colleyville family to run through a desert

| |Thursday, Apr. 03, 2014

A seven-day trek on foot through the Sahara is the Chans’ way of saying, “We’re on vacation.”

Former Fossil Ridge wrestler, a 2013 state champ, found dead in Colorado

| |Wednesday, Apr. 02, 2014

Dammion Heard, 20, of Fort Worth was found on Bureau of Land Management property about 8 miles east of Gunnison, according to reports. He was last seen Saturday near Western State Colorado University in Gunnison where he was a collegiate wrestler.

FBI trying to identify man in alleged child porn video

| |Wednesday, Apr. 02, 2014

Though the video does not link the man to a particular state, officials believe someone may recognize his face or other objects seen in the released images.

Scalded Euless puppy recovering; man charged

| |Thursday, Apr. 03, 2014

A Euless man was in jail Wednesday charged with scalding the puppy’s back with hot water or chemicals.

DFW parents reminded that Texas leads nation in child drownings at pools

| |Wednesday, Apr. 02, 2014

As swim season nears, DFW parents are being warned of pool dangers.

Keller family meets transplant recipients at Fort Worth hospital

| |Wednesday, Apr. 02, 2014

Ian Heidemann, a Keller High School graduate, was 22 when he was fatally injured in a wreck. He had already donated his organs and tissue for transplant.