North Richland Hills survey shows "a very happy place"
About 97 percent of residents called the quality of life in North Richland Hills either excellent or good in a recent survey, but those living in the southern part of the city were more likely to report substandard housing, potholes, and drainage and flooding problems.
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Thu Apr 10, 2014
North Richland Hills police searching for credit card thief
Police in North Richland Hills are asking for help in finding a woman they believe stole a credit card and used it multiple times at area stores.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
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Lewisville - Chief's Weekly Update
City of Lewisville - Police Department "all the right pieces" Week of March 31, 2014 - April 6, 2014 PATROL OPERATIONS Lewisville Participates in LEADRS Program LEADRS allows peace officers to enter arrest information on-line and print out case reports and associated District Attorney on approved, pre-filled forms.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
NRH Firefighters Help 77-Year-Old With Yard Work
Some firefighters in North Richland Hills went above and beyond when they rushed to help a woman who passed out moving her front yard.
Thief Hitting Residential Mailboxes, Homeowners Warned
Southlake police are warning homeowners about a mail thief. Officials say someone is going around and snatching mail.
Fri Mar 28, 2014
Special lawmen stay on trail of cattle rustlers
Like a beat cop working the streets, Wayne Goodman is marking his turf and showing his badge as dozens of stock trailers unload hundreds of cattle at the Dublin Livestock Auction.
Sun Mar 23, 2014
NRH chief urges residents to consider crime stats in context.
Major crimes in the city increased 4 percent in 2013 from the previous year, with robberies and rapes leading the increase in crime.
Fri Mar 21, 2014
Unexpected closure: Hwy 26 in North Richland Hills, both directions
The Texas 26 underpass at Northeast Loop 820 is apparently closed in both directions for some unexpected construction activicity, North Richland Hills Police Department spokesman Keith Bauman reports.
Wed Mar 19, 2014
Drying up: Are tougher water rules on tap for North Texas?
North Texans better get used to water restrictions because the drought has most area cities and water districts ready to extend or make them permanent.
Off the Kuff
The "grassroots" Republican Ladies Against Wendy movement
Who the heck are RedState Women? So far, they appear to be a motley collection of politically-connected lobbyists, ex-lobbyists and staffers of legislators who haven't exactly distinguished themselves on women's issues.