Officer To Skydive In Uniform At Addison Kaboom TownAddison police officer Travis Nelson has seen most of the city in his four years with the department.
Family Survives Rowlett Tornado, Falls Victim To Water ThiefA family survived a tornado, only to fall victim to a water thief whose actions flooded their Rowlett home.
Plano Police Hold Safety Seminar In Honor Of Christina MorrisSunday marks one year since the disappearance of Christina Morris, 23. Her family joined Plano Police Wednesday for a personal safety seminar in her honor.
"Home For Sale" Sign Calls Out Neighbor; Turns HeadsA neighborhood feud is turning heads in Farmers Branch. A sign outside a home advertises it’s for sale “because my neighbor’s a douchebag.”
SMU Shuts Down Feral Cat Program, Animal Activists UpsetSouthern Methodist University has shut down its feral cat program, which has sponsored efforts to care for the animals on campus for 10 years.
Bride Claims Wedding DJ Scammed Her, Ruined Big DayJulie Bonney was ready to walk down the aisle, when her wedding planner broke the news. “Don’t panic, but your DJ’s not here,” Bonney remembers her saying
Windows At DPD Headquarters Still Broken 1 Month After AttackFour weeks after an attack on Dallas Police Headquarters, windows pierced by a gunman’s bullets have yet to be replaced.
Child "Digitally Kidnapped" By Man Posing As FatherA case of so-called “Digital Creeping” has one Dallas mother on alert after a man downloaded her daughter’s pictures and posted them on his Facebook page.
Dirty And Dangerous; Woman Loses Sight In Eye After Mud RunA young woman went blind in one eye within 24 hours after catching a flesh-eating bacteria during a mud run in Dallas this month.
Woman Records Alleged Child Abuse, Shares On Social MediaA night out at a restaurant was anything but a pleasant experience for a woman who said she witnessed a mother abusing her little boy.
Teen Turns Himself Into Police, Charged With Intoxication AssaultAnthony Sanchez, 17, turned himself in today on a charge of intoxication assault.
Privacy Concerns After Flyer Warns Release Of Personal Information PossibleMore than 26,000 utility customers in Plano received a flyer with this month’s bill warning them the city may give out personal information if they didn’t fill it out.