Imagine you’re at home, when you spot two intruders. What would you do?
The North Texas Toll Authority impounded a woman’s car this week for not paying her tolls.
A group called The Truth About Guns organized a simulation of last week’s terrorist attack in Paris.
American Airlines refused to let a stage IV cancer patient board her plane home with her oxygen tank, then changed their minds Tuesday.
A contractor for Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is livid that his supervisor forced him to remove a mask and gloves he wore to work Wednesday.
A father of five is putting U.S. immigration policy prohibiting arrests on church grounds to the test in Tucson, Arizona.
Piles of crumbled bricks now lie scattered and the roof and wall of the old Stagecoach Hotel are gone.
The Ebola virus is the talk of the community, especially near Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas where some neighbors are nervous.
Dozens of Atheists stood in front of Rowlett City Hall Tuesday night to protest what they call discrimination. But the controversial group’s message may not be getting through.
A former Dallas police officer convicted in the beating of a suspect began his six month jail sentence, shortly after it was announced Friday afternoon.
Police Chief David Brown will spend more than $1 million on body cameras for 10-15 percent of 2500 officers on the streets of Dallas next year.
Grocery stores are clearing out portions of their produce sections after a packing company in California found fruit possible tainted with listeria.