There are some high-tech pylons marking the end zones at the College Football Playoff Championship game.
Sirens, high speeds are a recipe for big accidents. That’s why one local ambulance company has a new system it hopes will keep people safer by preventing accidents before they ever happen.
Dallas police may be on the verge of adding body cameras to every officer on the street.
When thousands of people are expected to crowd into Dallas for the 50th anniversary of the Kennedy assassination, Dallas Police will have some special, new cameras.
If you want to master your camera, enhance your picture-taking skills and practice with the pros, these DFW photography classes will have you shooting your best shots in no time.
Upgrades would include an intercom, eight-camera surveillance system, employee card readers and peepholes in every one of it’s 1,400 portable buildings.
A Grand Prairie neighborhood is keeping a close eye on what’s happening along their streets. You won’t see the cameras, but they’ll see you.
Bonding with premature babies is getting a little easier at one North Texas hospital.
If you plan on being one of the tens of thousands of people expected to attend the State Fair this year, Dallas police want you to know that your safety is their number one priority.
A problem with cameras provided by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) could impact your commute for days to come.
Sure, you can order camera equipment online easily these days – often for less money than the local camera store – but there are times when brick and mortar has its advantages. There’s no replacement for picking up a new camera to see how it feels, asking advice in person and the joy of supporting local businesses.
Ft. Worth has okayed more red light cameras effective October 1st.