It was March 20, and Jeri Whitener was sitting in her rural Ellis County home, when she heard someone enter a door.
The Irving ISD was closed on Friday, but one campus was still buzzing with emergency officials, staff members and student volunteers as an active shooter drill was conducted.
Flight attendants with American Airlines are handing out papers to North Texas travelers as a demonstration against the TSA’s decision to allow some knives back on airplanes.
After sweeping changes to the Dallas 911 Communications Center, calls for help should ring no more than two times before being answered, according to the Dallas Police Department.
Officials in Dallas are taking a closer look at improvements made to the city’s 911 system on Monday.
Speeding down I-30 at 120 miles an hour, 16-year-old Elez Lushaj dialed 911.
The 911 operator who was fired last year after a Dallas woman was murdered is now fighting to get her job back. The termination came after the death of Deanna Cook.
The family of Matthew Sanchez wonders if he would be alive today if paramedics had responded to his friend’s 911 call for help.
A Dallas 9-1-1 operator who mishandled a call from a dying woman has resigned.
Grand Prairie police say the homeowner called 9-1-1 to report someone breaking into a window of his home and fired at the suspect while still on the phone with the dispatcher.
When a thief rammed through the wall of Leroy Reber’s business, at 4 o’clock Sunday morning, the alarm company sent an alert to his cell phone.
The newspapers that are not endorsing President Barack Obama are extremely brave. They are to be positively recognized for their courage to stand up against the onslaught of the liberal media which refuses to speak in the best interest of the country as the presidential election nears.