Dallas PD Looking For Missing Elderly ManThe Dallas Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating Willie Hunter.
Cowboys Jerry Should Grant McClain One More WishThe Cowboys middle linebacker is getting a 10-game suspension for violating the NFL’s substance-abuse policy (again), and that the team has known this fate for weeks.
Heat Center Hassan Whiteside Spurns Mavs To Stay In MiamiMiami Heat center Hassan Whiteside has made a decision about who he’ll play for next year. After meeting with reps from the Heat and Dallas Mavericks, Whiteside made his intentions known on Snapchat where he posted “#Heatnation it is.”
The Scene: Luscher's Red HotsOn this week’s episode of DFWRW365’s “The Scene” we head to Deep Ellum for Luscher's Red Hots.
Armed Men Shut Down East Oak Cliff Gas Station, Police Make No ArrestsArmed men shut down an east Oak Cliff gas station for at least half an hour last week, but Dallas police have yet to file charges.
Mavs Salah Mejri Has Right Knee SurgeryDallas Mavericks center Salah Mejri underwent arthroscopic surgery for a "right knee debridement" Thursday morning, according to the team.
Dine! 18th & VineHow in the world do you combine Kansas City barbecue with fine dining?
Exxon Mobil Wins A Round In Climate LitigationExxon Mobil Corp. has won an early round in its fight against regulators over whether the oil giant covered up what it knew about climate change.
Kidnapped 10-Year-Old Found Safe, But Not Before Ransom Text MessageAccording to police, a 10-year-old boy was kidnapped from his aunt's home after three men forced their way inside. The child was found safe about five miles away from where he was taken.
Dallas Parking Garage Facade Collapses During StormThe cement facade came crumbling off of a six-level parking structure for residents of the Taylor Luxury Apartments in the Turtle Creek neighborhood of Dallas on Monday evening.
DPD Search For 2 Suspects In Theft At Pawn ShopPolice in Dallas need help finding two suspects who stole tires from a pawn shop in Oak Cliff.
Parents Awarded $142M Verdict After Infant Dies At Day CareA stunning verdict in Dallas County Thursday - more than $142 million for parents whose baby died at a Dallas day care.

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