The opening days of March are still roaring like a lion as a winter storm dumped sleet, freezing rain and several inches of snow across North Texas Wednesday night.
Passengers were stuck on several DART rail trains for hours, suspended several stories above the ground, while temperatures dropped below freezing.
Plenty of people had to sidestep the weather warnings and find a way to get to stores and shops and hospitals and any other job.
There’s a push for more security on Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) trains, and at their stations. A North Texas man started a petition on change.org, after he says his 21-year-old daughter was attacked and robbed on a train.
Morgan Lyons with DART confirms that an arrest has been made related to the January 6 stabbing at the Pearl Street DART Station.
Despite the chilly conditions across the DFW area early Thursday morning, the commute must continue.
DART police say a man got off the train before 5:30 Tuesday morning, then stabbed a woman who also left the train, in the face and neck.
An official from DART confirmed that a woman was stabbed in downtown Dallas early Tuesday morning while she changed trains at the Pearl Street station.
Late Monday night police were searching for the driver who crashed through a crossing arm and struck a DART train.
Travelers heading for airports in the Dallas-Fort Worth area have more options for holiday parking or catching a train.
Emergency crews responded to a five-alarm fire at a warehouse near Fair Park in Dallas early Monday morning. Workers arrived to find thick smoke and flames.
Some downtown Dallas light rail service will be suspended later this month so that crews can finish repairs which had been planned for November, but delayed due to weather.