A day after the Boston Marathon bombings, Martha Crevecoeur of North Dallas says the emotions of heartbreak and sadness are sinking in.
Today’s explosions in Boston led to heightened security across the country. It was evident at tonight’s Dallas Maverick’s game, where officers clearly increased their efforts to ensure fan safety.
The first Boston Marathon for North Texan Paul Hudson turned out to be a life-changing experience. Hudson crossed the finish line at 4 hours, 8 minutes and was less than 200 yards away from where the first bomb went off.
The man accused of planning to detonate a homemade bomb near a gas pipeline in Plano is set to appear in court on Monday morning.
They are the dogs of war… literally. Most dogs used by our U.S. military are born, bred and trained here in Texas. Those who train the war dogs have discovered a dog’s life in the combat zone can lead to some very human-like problems.
City of Framers Branch Spokesperson Tom Bryson says that a maintenance worker found a box in the hallway on the 7th floor of the building this morning just before 7:00 a.m. On the box was written, “This is a bomb. Do not touch.”
Three days after a bomb scare at the University of Texas in Austin, Louisiana State University had a bomb threat of their own.
The attorney representing accused Plano bomber Anson Chi says his client may be mentally incompetent to stand trial.
Police say a 40-year-old homeless man who left an unidentified animal part at Sen. Wendy Davis’s office earlier in the week has been charged with leaving a bag of incendiary devices in front of her door Tuesday.
An Irving taxi cab driver was arrested Sunday for possessing bomb-making materials after firefighters found suspicious material in his apartment while battling a small fire.