A son shoots his mother and stepfather in Cleburne and is arrested in Grand Prairie.
A Houston-area father faces deportation after years of living in the U.S. under protected status.
Blue Bell settles the "cone or bowl" debate with their newest flavor of ice cream.
News organizations including The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, CNN and Politico were blocked from joining an informal, on-the-record White House press briefing Friday. The Associated Press chose not to participate in the briefing after White House press secretary Sean Spicer restricted the number of journalists included. Typically, the daily briefing is televised and open to all news organizations credentialed to cover the White House. "The AP believes the public should have as much access to the president as possible," Lauren Easton, the AP's director of media relations, said in a statement. On Friday, hours after President Donald Trump delivered a speech blasting the media, Spicer invited only a pool of news organizations that represents and shares reporting with the larger press corps. He also invited several other major news outlets, as well as smaller organizations including the conservative Washington Times, One America News Network and Breitbart
An Arlington jogger who shot an armed would-be robber Wednesday morning did not have a CHL but is not expected to face charges, police say.
Before the biggest moments and surprises are revealed during the 89th Annual Academy Awards, NBC 5 staffers took a crack at predicting which films will win Oscar gold Sunday at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood.