125,000 Expected At Dallas St. Patrick's Day ParadeIt is the 39th installment of the Dallas St. Patrick’s Day Parade and there are a lot of new faces and businesses in the Lower Greenville area that have never experienced the festivities.
Buzzer-Beater Lifts Loyola-Chicago Over Miami In NCAA ReturnDonte Ingram's long shot from well above the key came after Lonnie Walker IV missed a free throw with a chance to give the Hurricanes a three-point lead with 9 seconds remaining.
Passenger In Hit-And-Run Pepper Sprays VictimA minor car crash ended with a passenger in the hit-and-run car spraying the victim with pepper spray.
NCAA Tournament Means $8 Million Infusion For DallasThousands of college basketball fans from other states are in Dallas to watch college basketball teams in the NCAA Tournament at the American Airlines Center.
News Now: Austin Explosions, Atmos UpdateAuthorities across Texas are on high alert after 3 explosions in Austin, where bombs were hidden in packages and placed on doorsteps.
Surveillance Video Shows Homicide Suspect At Dallas HotelDallas police have released surveillance video of a homicide suspect in hopes someone can help identify the man shown armed with a handgun.
Man Arrested For Burglary Of Home Near Gas Leak AreaThe suspect, Jose Torres-Gonzalez, 30, was arrested for burglary of a building and taken to the Dallas County Jail.
Dallas-Bound Southwest Flight Makes Emergency Landing In Albuquerque Two people are in the hospital after a flight headed for Dallas made an emergency landing in Albuquerque.
Residents Spread Kindness To Atmos Crews In Northwest DallasResidents set up six snack stands in the neighborhood where crews have been working day and night in northwest Dallas.
News Now: Christina Morris Vigil, Atmos Confusion & Travel WarningDozens of people gathered Wednesday for a candlelight vigil for Christina Morris and some Dallas residents say Atmos isn't keeping them safe. Plus, the Museum of Failure is a success!
Some Dallas Residents Say Atmos Energy Isn't Keeping Them SafeIt has been two weeks since a gas leak caused a house explosion in Dallas that killed a child. Now, neighbors on one street said that Atmos Energy isn't keeping its promise to keep them safe.
Neighbors Impacted By Atmos Outage Helping Each OtherWhile a gas outage in Northwest Dallas continues to affect thousands of homes, a small percentage of those residents are returning to normal.