PD: Taking Whataburger Markers Is Theft, Not A GamePolice in one North Texas county are warning teens to stop stealing the order numbers from Whataburger!
Weatherford Officer Back At Work After Accidental Shooting By Fellow OfficerTwo months after a Weatherford police officer was accidentally wounded in the line of duty by another officer, he’s back on duty.
3 Members Of Texas Family Dead In Apparent Murder-SuicideAuthorities east of Dallas say a man fatally shot two women in his family while two others were able to escape the home during the attack
Former NFL QB Johnny Manziel Headed Back To Dallas CourtroomA Dallas County judge has ordered former NFL quarterback Johnny Manziel to be at a hearing Tuesday morning in a Dallas courtroom to do some explaining.
Fort Worth ISD Board To Vote On Sanctuary Schools ResolutionAmid questions surrounding President Trump's immigration policy, Fort Worth ISD trustees could decide tonight if the district should make their campuses "safe schools."
Plano Rejects Development Plan After Residents ProtestThe City of Plano is saying no to a proposed development after hundreds of residents protested the idea. The plan was to turn an open field into a mixed use space of shops, restaurants, offices, hotels and apartments.
Woman Having A 'Bad Day' Arrested After High-Speed ChaseA woman who told deputies she was having a "bad day" was arrested early this morning after a high speed chase through Southeast Dallas County.
Highland Park School Officials Apologize After Author HeckledHighland Park school officials are apologizing after a bestselling author was heckled and repeatedly interrupted while speaking to a group of freshman and sophomore students.
Plan For Muslim Cemetery Closer To Approval In Collin CountyThe Islamic Association of Collin County wants to develop the burial site on 32 acres of land to give local Muslims a closer cemetery.
Questions Remain After Dallas Woman Found Dead Inside Deputy's HomeThe Nacogdoches County Sheriff called in the Texas Rangers to investigate, to avoid a conflict of interest.
Frisco Students Turn Trash Into Musical TreasuresFive Lebanon Trail freshmen are building handmade musical instruments from nothing more than landfill junk.
Smoking Ban In City Parks Begins March 1Starting March 1, lighting up at parks or on trails in Dallas will be against the law.