Police Foil Attempted ATM Theft Near Fair Park

Dallas Police responding to an attempted ATM smash and grab early Wednesday morning are nearly mowed down by what is believed to be the suspected thief.

6 hours ago

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Farmers Branch Shoots Down Gun Range Plan

Farmers Branch leaders have said no to a proposed gun range. The action comes after parents raised concerns about the location of the range, around 350 feet away from a private school.

6 hours ago

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Love Field Marker To Show Where LBJ Sworn In

A bronze marker is set to be installed near the spot at Dallas Love Field where Lyndon B. Johnson took the oath of office to become president after the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

6 hours ago

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Woman Found After Home Invasion Kidnapping

Police in Dallas have located a 20-year-old woman who went missing early Wednesday after a home invasion robbery.

7 hours ago


Off-Duty Abilene Police Officer Found Dead In Home

Investigators say they suspect homicide in the death of an off-duty Abilene police officer found dead in his West Texas home, but they don’t believe he was targeted as a random law enforcement officer.

14 hours ago


Teen Holding Gun While Taking ‘Selfies’ Fatally Shot

A 19-year-old Houston man is dead after police say he accidentally shot himself while taking ‘selfies’ while holding a gun.

14 hours ago

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No More Locked Fire Hydrants In Lavon

The small town of Lavon in Collin County no longer has locked fire hydrants.

15 hours ago


City Worker Destroys Youth Soccer League’s Goalposts

Ripped apart and tossed into a nearby creek, kids in an East Dallas youth soccer league are unable to play their matches after a city worker was seen destroying the goalposts the league owns.

16 hours ago

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School Finance Trial Underway In Texas

More than 600 school districts make their cases to the State Supreme Court why the public school funding system is outdated, unfair, inefficient and unconstitutional.

17 hours ago

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Mayor Rawlings To Host City’s First Twitter Budget Town Hall

The goal is to reach residents through traditional and social media resources so he can answer their questions.

17 hours ago

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Prosecutors Announce Settlement In Minerals Case With Texas Company

Federal prosecutors in Arkansas say an energy company has agreed to pay the U.S. government $950,000 to settle a mineral trespass case.

18 hours ago

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Dallas Police Get Body Cameras

Dozens of Dallas police officers are now equipped with body cameras. And some citizens say the cameras will provide protection for both.

19 hours ago