His work includes coverage of Presidential elections, the breakup of the Soviet Union, the Waco Branch Davidian tragedy, and the Dallas Ebola outbreak.
Yesterday she was near death after being found locked in a hot car – with the heat index hitting 109. Today, Annabella is showing signs of a miraculous recovery.
The Texas state Senate is considering a bill to kill the agency that runs bus service for most of the Dallas County school districts.
Police say the suspect in a deadly shooting at Ridgmar Mall on Monday killed himself during a chase.
A busy Interstate on-ramp closes today for a projected 6-month long improvement.
A man’s love for baseball, and his neighborhood, brings the Pelicans to Oak Cliff.
A White Settlement City Councilman is out, and the beloved library cat he tried to chase off to gets to stay.
Dallas’ Office of Emergency Management offers Community Emergency Response Team classes this weekend
Jesse Puente is a heating and air conditioning technician in Dallas. He just returned from a trip to North Dakota, where protesters have clashed for months with police over Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners’ proposed Dakota Access Pipeline.
Candidates refer to “battleground states”, but social media may have become the most important battleground in this presidential election.
Another Dallas homeless camp has been cleared out, leaving several people without a place to lay their heads.
Starting Monday the DART Blue Line will now extend an additional 3 miles, all the way to the UNT Dallas campus in south Oak Cliff.
Arlington Fire Department Lieutenant David Taylor says firefighters found the animals unresponsive.