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Column: A woman’s place is in the House and the Senate

  The Women’s March on Washington incited more than 600 sister marches around the globe, inspiring an estimated 5 million people of all genders, races...

Keep America Beautiful Recognizes Keep Lewisville Beautiful with National Award

Keep Lewisville Beautiful was honored for distinguishing itself as an exemplary Keep America Beautiful affiliate organization in the population category of 100,001-250,000 at Keep...

Trump finishes up first week of presidency

  President Donald Trump was sworn into office on Friday, Jan. 20. Here is a summary of Trump’s actions in his first week as 45th...

Troyer files for Lewisville City Council candidacy

The Lewisville Texan Journal is interviewing each candidate who files or announces their candidacy for Lewisville City Council for the May 2017 election.  These...

Lewisville weightlifters mine medals at state meet

  Four Lewisville residents set state records en route to gold medals at the Texas State Weightlifting Championships, held in Irving Jan. 14 and 15. Seven...

Police release video of suspected robber

FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – Police in Fort Worth are still asking for the public’s help with finding a robbery suspect who is said to...
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Video: Lewisville Fire Department 2016 Year in Review

Once again, Lewisville Fire Department Captain Brandon Thetford has created a video with highlights of the department's year.  Watch the Lewisville Fire Department 2016...

Overnight closures of Interstate 35E at Fox Avenue in Lewisville, additional closures along interstate

  Work crews will be placing beams for the new portion of the Fox Avenue bridge this weekend. The following closures will be in place from...

LISD Board to receive facilities recommendation Thursday night

Lewisville ISD's Board of Trustees will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday night to hear recommendations from the Facilities Advisory Committee.  That committee has been...

Community bands together to support deceased officer’s family

The day Little Elm’s Detective Jerry Walker died from a gunshot wound, efforts to ease the resulting financial burdens for his family began. One...