Burned Body Identified, Multiple Capital Murder Arrests MadeDetectives have identified a body that was dumped and set on fire in a remote area around Cravens Road in Fort Worth. They have also made arrests in the case.
Fort Worth Police Searching For Man Who Robbed Chase BankPolice in Fort Worth are looking for a man who robbed the Chase bank at 7367 North Beach Street.
Mother, 2 Children Survive Hit-And-RunA Dallas mother said she was crossing Winnetka Avenue near Canty in Oak Cliff when a red Pontiac blew through the stop sign and slammed into her stroller.
Dallas Safety Officer Survives Collision With TruckA Dallas Safety Officer was struck by a truck at Lamar and Ross Avenue in downtown Dallas tonight.
Fire Dept Investigates Ammonia Leak At Pepsi Bottling Plant In MesquiteThere is an ammonia leak at the Pepsi Bottling Plant in Mesquite this hour. The Pepsi plant is on I-30 near Big Town - across the interstate from Eastfield College.
Person Struck, Killed By Amtrak TrainAn Amtrak train struck and killed a person who was walking on the tracks near Division and Collins in Arlington Wednesday afternoon.
Glenn Heights Police Officer Struck By CarA Glenn Heights police officer was struck by a car and injured Wednesday evening.
No Injuries After School Bus Fire On I-35WA school bus caught fire on I-35 SB near Golden Triangle Wednesday afternoon.
Dallas Ebola Victim's Family Reaches Agreement With HospitalThe family of Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan has reached a "resolution" with Texas Health Resources, according to a family spokesperson.
2-Year-Old Scholar Proves Importance Of LibrariesA North Texas 2-year-old is now an internet sensation after video showing her ability to identify and explain what every organ of the human body does hit more than 80 thousand views on YouTube.
Body Found At Northwest Dallas Gas StationDallas Police are investigating after a man's body was discovered Wednesday evening at a Valero gas station at the Webb Chapel exit near Love Field.
Dallas Ebola Patient Dies From Disease According to health officials, Dallas Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan died Wednesday morning at 7:51 am.