The desperate search for a 9-year-old North Texas girl continues. On Monday, police in Benbrook issued an Amber Alert for Caitlyn Williams and the man accused in her abduction, her 24-year old uncle, Jessie Nicholas Williams.
The Hill County Sheriff, his chief deputy and two other deputies have been accused of tampering with records and computers after a state investigation of alleged licensing irregularities.
After more than nine hours a standoff at a Mansfield apartment complex has ended. Deputies had gone to the complex to serve a felony search warrant at the residence of Mark Mercer.
A Hurst man accused of attempting to exploit children has been transferred to federal custody.
A new approach by some police departments is saving officers time and money, and saving some drivers from a trip to jail! The new way of taking care of outstanding warrants is making life easier for a lot of North Texans.
An wanted man on the run… a driver carjacked… a police chase and gunfire. Those were the sequence of events in Garland this afternoon.
Dallas County officials on Wednesday released the arrest warrant for a mother who’s one-year-old daughter died after being found unresponsive in a hot car on May 17. Vibha Marks was charged with child abandonment.
A Wednesday press conference shed more light on the now dead child sexual assault suspect who led police on a high-speed chase Tuesday night and detailed information on his alleged 6-year-old victim.
Recent school shootings across the country and deadly domestic violence cases locally has prompted leaders in one North Texas city to call for change.
Not paying child support is unacceptable –- just ask some North Texas parents and the Texas Attorney General’s Office, Dallas County Sheriff’s Department or four separate Constable Offices in Dallas County.
A Dallas Police Department arrest affidavit says the man jailed for burning the puppy known as Justice on April 4 did not start the fire that ultimately killed the animal.
With a neighbor jailed facing charges of sexually assaulting a child, Cedar Hill parents say they aren’t just curious — they are deeply concerned.