Grand Jury Indicts 2 In Death Of Off-Duty Police OfficerA West Texas grand jury has returned a murder indictment against two suspects in the strangulation death of an off-duty Abilene police officer.
Suspect Reportedly Shot, Killed By Homeowner IdentifiedPolice say Eric Rocha, 22, along with at least two other suspect attempted to break into an occupied home.
Arlington Police Crack Decades Old Double Homicide CaseArlington police say thorough police work and a high-tech database have cracked a three-and-a-half year old, unsolved double homicide that has haunted investigators.
Beware The Holiday Heart AttackHurried, harried and stressed to the max. For many, it’s simply the pace of the holiday season. But, doctors say, it’s a set up for a holiday heart attack!
Dallas Cowboys Pose For Animal Adoption CalendarThe Dallas Cowboys may be big hulking guys, but when it comes to the subject of pet adoption, they are softies at heart.
Houston Zoo Reinstalls Signs Prohibiting GunsThe Houston Zoo has reinstalled signs that prohibit carrying firearms into the zoo, three months after they were removed due to threat of legal action.
Report: US Abortions Continue To Decline, DownU.S. abortions continue to fall, according to a new federal report released Wednesday.
Dallas Restaurant Serving Free Thanksgiving MealsMany restaurants will open their doors on Thanksgiving, but customers won't need any cash at The Slow Bone in Dallas.
More Opportunities To Head Down UnderQantas Airways to increase Dallas-Fort Worth to Sydney route to daily service in April.
Fourth Arrest Made in Plano Teen's SlayingSome people are hoping a troubled Plano teen's murder will serves as a wakeup call for the young people who helped lay him to rest today.
American Airlines Stops Accepting Argentine PesosAmerican Airlines said Wednesday that it has stopped taking Argentine pesos as payment for tickets because of limits on its ability to convert the money into U.S. dollars.
Thousands Of Kids Crossed Mexico Border In OctoberNearly 5,000 unaccompanied immigrant children were caught illegally crossing the U.S. border with Mexico in October, almost double the number from October 2014, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection data.