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A lawsuit was filed against the City of Fort Worth and two police officers, claiming excessive force was used on Jermaine Darden in May 2013.
A year ago, Kymber’Lynn Jackson was angry, annoying — her words — and savoring bad choices. “I used to like getting in trouble,” the North Dallas High sophomore said with an incredulous laugh. “I used to like getting in trouble!”
More than a decade in the making and construction hasn’t even started on the voter-approved Trinity toll road in Dallas.
A lot of North Texans know the drill, harsh water restrictions, that for some, only allow outdoor watering twice a month. But a massive project at one of the hardest hit lakes in the region could at least help some.
Levi Pettit, the Highland Park High School graduate who was seen leading a racist fraternity chant at the University of Oklahoma, is back in the Sooner state. The 20-year-old former OU student spoke publicly, for the first time, since video of the chant was leaked.
A Dallas ISD middle school teacher, who showed her entire class a nude photo of herself, may be reprimanded for improper use of district technology.
Brooks & Dunn, Reba, Miranda Lambert, George Strait and Kenny Chesney are also among the seven artists honored by the Academy of Country Music with its 50th Anniversary Milestone Award.
A new smoking rule passed in Cleburne could keep children and teens out of some businesses. Simply put – if underage kids aren’t with parents, they don’t get in.
A driver in Farmers Branch ended up staring straight up at the sky after losing control of her SUV.
Are thieves taunting the faithful? A South Dallas church is burglarized and vandalized for the second time in less than a month. The Bishop at Believers International Ministries thinks the criminals are sending a message.
A handful of law enforcement agencies have been alerted by the federal government that North Texans are on a terrorist hit list.