After his wife’s trial, prosecutors had asked the court to require Paul Hill to wear a GPS monitor. Hill failed to show up Monday to a hearing so the judge could formally order Hill to be fitted with a GPS device.
Local Republican clubs have welcomed Islam-bashers and jihad “conspiracy” experts forever, but now Ted Cruz, Greg Abbott and other officials have defended religious freedom and Southlake Republican Shahid Shafi.
Four hours after a convenience store clerk was shot during a robbery in Haltom City, another robbery was committed about a mile and a half away. Police are looking for any links between the two incidents.
The Southlake Department of Public Safety and the FBI are looking for information about a man who appeared to be in his 30s or 40s who robbed a bank on Southlake Boulevard on Thursday. He was caught on camera.
The woman in Keller Texas who shot video of an unusual sight in the sky in November shares her story, saying she’s just a photography enthusiast chasing sunset photos who happened to capture something weird.
The Haltom Theater, which stood vacant for years, is gearing up for a big celebration when it opens on New Year’s Eve. The historic theater, featuring events and concerts, is part of the growth that is taking place in Haltom City.
A blog tracking UFO sightings in Texas recently published a video purporting to show a UFO that was said to hover over Keller for roughly 20 minutes. Officials said they received no calls reporting it.
Two teammates of a Texas girl who drowned during Southlake Carroll swimming practice testified at their coach’s negligence trial that they must have passed over her in the pool several times before seeing her.
Testimony begins in the trial of Tracey Boyd, a former Carroll school district swim coach charged with endangering of a child by criminal negligence, in connection with a 13-year-old student’s drowning death.
For almost 30 years, a Bedford neighborhood has decorated its homes in the Texas/Southwest theme from the poem, “The Night Before Christmas — In Texas, That Is.” A man whose home was the focal point of the celebration died in July.