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Cities in North Texas receive bomb threats
Corinth and Lewisville are some of several North Texas cities that received bomb threats Thursday. Capt. Dan Rochelle of the Lewisville Police Department said there were two threats reported in the city. One was at a landscaping company in the 2500 block of King Arthur in Castle Hills, and the other
Dozens of bomb threats made in DFW similar to threats made nationwide demanding bitcoin
Bomb threats have been made in several North Texas locations that are similar to others made across the country. Threats have been made in Fort Worth, Arlington, Southlake, Irving, Grand Prairie, Dallas, Coppell and Lewisville, according to police.
New Lewisville ISD elementary school to be named Mill Street Elementary
The Lewisville ISD board of trustees voted Dec. 10 to name the district’s new elementary school Mill Street Elementary. The elementary school, which is located on Mill Street in Lewisville, will open for the 2019-20 school year and will replace College Street Elementary.
Best Christmas Light Displays in Dallas & Fort Worth
Pack up your minivan, buckle up and enjoy the ride on Christmas Eve as here are some of the best Christmas light displays throughout Dallas and Fort Worth!. Celebration of Lights- Drive through the Boulevard at SMU for a breathtaking experience with over 100,000 lights to ring in the Holiday season
Wind advisory in effect for Denton County
Hold on to your hat! Very windy conditions are expected this afternoon into Friday morning. A wind advisory is in effect until noon Friday for Denton County, according to the National Weather Service.
Medical technology company DJO to relocate global headquarters to Lewisville
DJO, a global provider of medical technologies designed to get and keep people moving, announced Dec. 12 plans to relocate its global headquarters from San Diego, California, to Lewisville by early 2019.
Human Heart Forgotten Onboard Dallas Bound Flight, Turns Around
DALLAS, TX -- A Southwest Airlines flight bound for Dallas Sunday had to turn around over eastern Idaho after someone forgot to unload a human heart allegedly intended for transplant. The flight had to return to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Sunday afternoon in order to deliver the organ, whi
Blotter: Bomb threats sent by email to Corinth, other cities in North Texas and across the country
Law enforcement authorities responded to emailed bomb threats made across North Texas and the country on Thursday. The threats started to make headlines mid afternoon Thursday. In North Texas, threats were reported in Corinth, Lewisville, Southlake and Arlington, among others. CNN reported the Unive
1 Hour To Escape to open in Music City Mall in Lewisville in December
1 Hour To Escape is relocating the weekend of Dec. 14 to Music City Mall, 2401 S. Stemmons Freeway, Lewisville. The business will still be operating at its current location, 810 Office Park Circle, Ste. 130, Lewisville, as well until mid-January. The escape room will open at the mall with one room—”
Bagheri reports to DCTA meeting for Denton
Sara Bagheri will have questions. She was appointed by Denton City Council this month to represent the city on the Denton Transportation Authority Board of Directors. On Thursday, during the board’s weekly work session and meeting, Bagheri arrived for her first day on the job.
KISS FM helps 'Stuff the Bus' for Toys for Tots
The folks at KISS FM and their listeners are helping to stuff a bus full of toys for Toys for Tots. They're out at the Walmart on Main Street in Lewisville today collecting donations. FOX 4's Hanna Battah joined them.
LISD sticking with earlier start date for 2019-20 school year
Lewisville ISD is sticking with the earlier start date for the 2019-20 school year. Last year, the LISD Board of Trustees voted to approve a calendar that began the school year in mid-August, two weeks earlier than the usual start date. The new calendar meant that in the 2018-19 school year, student
Police Need Help Identifying Man Found Dead In Creek
DALLAS, TX -- The Dallas Police Department is seeking the public's help in identifying a dead man found floating in a creek near the 2900 block of Irving Boulevard on Dec. 7. The man was found at about 8:45 a.m.
Frisco Runner Recalls Close Call with Aggressive Coyote
For the first time, we're hearing from one of the four people who had a close encounter with a dangerous coyote in Frisco. She reported it in October. Since then, there have been three other attacks or near attacks, including one that seriously hurt a jogger.
Blotter: Man arrested for taking beer, Axe body wash, other items
Denton police arrested a 44-year-old man at the Walmart located in the 2700 block of West University Drive for allegedly taking about $150 worth of items, according to a police report.
Denton man indicted on intoxication manslaughter charge in death of motorcyclist
BELTON — Ian James Ruston, 56, of Denton was indicted Wednesday by a Bell County grand jury for intoxication manslaughter with a deadly weapon in the death of a motorcyclist.
Lawsuit against Apple involving death of Cross Roads girl heard in California appeals court
SAN JOSE, Calif. — A lawsuit filed against technology giant Apple, Inc., involving the death of a 5-year-old Cross Roads on Christmas Eve 2014 was heard Tuesday in a California appellate court after a lower court had dismissed the case more than a year ago.
Plano coyote reports on the rise following Frisco attacks
Coyote sightings are on the rise in Plano follow a public coyote attack in Frisco last month. Frisco police reported a jogger was attacked by a coyote near Eldorado Parkway and Rogers Road. The jogger suffered several injuries to the neck and was transported to a local hospital for surgeries and tre
Flower Mound collecting canned goods for good cause
The parade may have been canceled, but the Flower Mound Parks and Recreation department is still collecting canned goods for charity. The annual Flower Mound Christmas Parade and Tree Lighting Ceremony was scheduled for this past Saturday evening, but it was canceled — and not rescheduled — because
Armed robbery at Carrollton home unrelated to Dallas holdups, police say
Carrolton police don't believe that a Sunday armed robbery in the 1500 block of Blue Mesa Road is connected to a series of similar holdups in Dallas. Surveillance footage showed a Carrollton man being confronted about 2:30 a.m. by two gunmen outside the front door of his home near Interstate 35E and