2014 CBS Local Media
Dallas County Sheriff’s Deputy Michael Monnig is home a mere 24 hours after he thought he may have contracted Ebola.
Few in North Texas understand the danger of Ebola better than Albert Travell.
A jury on Monday found a former TCU student not guilty of raping a woman at a fraternity party on campus in 2012.
The numbers, experts say, are staggering: one in four women will experience abuse in her lifetime. And safely escaping isn’t a simple task.
An inmate charged in the 2011 fatal shooting of a Northeast Texas sheriff’s deputy has pleaded guilty to murder and avoided a capital murder trial.
Quick thinking and attention to detail kept an emergency from turning tragic after police say a grandmother left a child alone in the car on a sweltering day.
The debate is on over a proposed plan that would bring a 15,000 square foot medical waste processing facility to Mansfield.
An incomplete picture of Texas-born Ferguson officer Darren Wilson has emerged since Aug. 9, when authorities say the white six-year police veteran killed Michael Brown during a confrontation in the predominantly black city where all but three of the 53 police officers are white.
President Obama is headed to Dallas and Austin this week, a trip that began as a fundraising effort for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, but will now include meetings to discuss the crisis at the Texas border.
House hunters have to pull the trigger quickly in today’s fast-paced market where many homes sell within hours, even weeks after for sale signs go up.
Big business, academia and industry, will have to assist the military in caring for a new generation of veterans, the nation’s top ranked military officer told a crowd in Addison.
When the clouds are dark outside, Dallas Red Cross volunteers now keep an eye on a cloud of words on a high definition monitor.