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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.

Monday, Aug 31, 2015

North TX Communities Prepare For Dove Season

North TX 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.

Wednesday, Aug 26, 2015

Lewisville Nature Preserve to Get a New Life

Lewisville Nature Preserve to Get a New Life

The LLELA Nature Preserve will now be under joint operation with the City of Lewisville, allowing more people access and more opportunities for the 2,000-plus acre park to thrive.

Friday, Aug 21, 2015

4 Texas Parks Still Closed After May Floods

4 Texas Parks Still Closed After May Floods

The Texas Parks & Wildlife Department says four parks remain closed going into Labor Day weekend.

Top Stories
At Least 1 Injured in Bounce House Accident

At Least 1 Injured in Bounce House Accident

At least one person is injured after wind gusts blew a bounce house across a football field near Houston.

Deadly Apartment Fire in Dallas: Officials

Deadly Apartment Fire in Dallas: Officials

Breaking news from NBC 5. One person has died in an apartment fire in Dallas, officials say.

'Creepy' Message & Marital Woes Preceded Bevers' Death

'Creepy' Message & Marital Woes Preceded Bevers' Death

Three search warrants released Thursday in the Missy Bevers murder case reveal she was facing financial difficulty and marital discord and that in the days before her murder she had received a "creepy and...

Teen Who Killed Mom, Brother Had Taken Anti-Depressant: ME

Teen Who Killed Mom, Brother Had Taken Anti-Depressant: ME

An autopsy reveals a Plano teen was on anti-depressants when he killed his family inside their home last month.

Suspect in Deadly Md. Shootings Arrested After Manhunt

Suspect in Deadly Md. Shootings Arrested After Manhunt

Police have arrested a man suspected of terrorizing the Maryland suburbs of Washington, D.C., for two days, killing two people and injuring two others at shopping centers on Friday after killing his wife in...

First WNV Sample of 2016 Reported in Arlington

First WNV Sample of 2016 Reported in Arlington

Tarrant County health officials are reporting the county's first positive West Nile virus mosquito sample of 2016.