Taking a journey through local outdoor adventures

Tuesday, Oct 13, 2015

Efforts to Control CWD Impacting Deer Ranchers

Efforts to Control CWD Impacting Deer Ranchers

There is a battle brewing between deer breeders and the state that could affect Texas’ $2.2 billion hunting industry.

Wednesday, Sep 30, 2015

Kayaker Snags Owl While Fishing

Kayaker Snags Owl While Fishing

A Texas fisherman had an unexpected catch when an owl swooped down, snatched a lure and got caught on the hook.

Tuesday, Sep 29, 2015

Red Tide Algae Bloom at South Padre Island Beach

Red Tide Algae Bloom at South Padre Island Beach

Experts say the algae bloom known at red tide has showed up in high concentrations on the beach at South Padre Island.

Thursday, Sep 24, 2015

Texas Red Tide Canceling Some Cleanup Plans

Texas Red Tide Canceling Some Cleanup Plans

The algae bloom known as red tide has led to cancellation of some Texas beach cleanups.

Friday, Sep 18, 2015

Illegal Hunting at Heard Museum

Illegal Hunting at Heard Museum

Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary says there is evidence of illegal hunting activities at the nature preserve where hunting is not allowed.

Monday, Sep 7, 2015

Lakes, Ramps Reopen in Time for Labor Day

Lakes, Ramps Reopen in Time for Labor Day

Many North Texans are spending Labor Day on the water.

Tuesday, Sep 1, 2015

Caterpillar Infestation Damages North Texas Trees

Caterpillar Infestation Damages North Texas Trees

Hackberry trees throughout southern Denton County are being left in waste by an infestation of caterpillars that strip the trees to the core and leave behind a mess of silk.

Tuesday, Sep 1, 2015

Caterpillars Attack Hackberry Trees

Caterpillars Attack Hackberry Trees

Hackberry trees that appear to be dying across North Texas are falling victim to caterpillars, but Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service says trees will bounce back.

Tuesday, Sep 1, 2015

Dove Season Starts with Warnings for Hunters

Dove Season Starts with Warnings for Hunters

Dove hunting season has begun, and the cities of Frisco and Prosper have sent out warning to hunters on where they can and cannot hunt. In years past, residents have raised concerns that hunters were too...

Monday, Aug 31, 2015

North Texas Communities Prepare For Dove Season

North Texas Communities Prepare For Dove Season

Dove hunting season in the state's North Zone officially opens on Tuesday, and police are reminding hunters of the guidelines.

Top Stories
Waybourn Defeats Anderson in Tarrant Co. Sheriff Runoff

Waybourn Defeats Anderson in Tarrant Co. Sheriff Runoff

Former Dalworthington Gardens Police Chief Bill Waybourn has won Tuesday's Republican runoff for Tarrant County sheriff over incumbent Dee Anderson.

Murder Mystery: Who Killed Fort Worth Grandmother?

Murder Mystery: Who Killed Fort Worth Grandmother?

One month after Maria Cortez was shot to death in a drive-by shooting while she was in bed asleep, her family is desperate to learn who did it and why.

Wimberley Flood Survivor Reflects on Loss and Life

Wimberley Flood Survivor Reflects on Loss and Life

One year after the husband and father watched his family slip away in the Wimberley flash flood, Jonathan McComb spoke with NBC 5's Meredith Land about loss and life.

Former Teacher Gets 60 Years for Sexually Abusing Boys

Former Teacher Gets 60 Years for Sexually Abusing Boys

A former special needs instructor in Mansfield was sentenced Tuesday to 60 years in prison after he admitted sexually abusing young boys and recording the assaults.

Protests Turn Violent Outside Trump Rally in New Mexico

Protests Turn Violent Outside Trump Rally in New Mexico

Republican Donald Trump, the presumptive GOP presidential nominee, added to his list of victories Tuesday with a primary win in Washington state. Trump ran unopposed after emerging from a crowded field...

TxDOT Says No Guardrail Needed Despite Bus Driver's Death

TxDOT Says No Guardrail Needed Despite Bus Driver's Death

NBC 5 Investigates found 11 locations where an unprotected bridge post is just a few feet beyond where state and federal guidelines would recommend guardrails. At one of those locations, a DART bus driver died.