A preliminary report by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) finds driver error may be to blame for the April 11 tour bus crash in Irving that has now claimed three lives.
Some North Texans are still shaken after a bus, chartered to take passengers to an Oklahoma casino, crashed on State Highway 161. Of the more than 40 people on the bus at least 36 were injured and two were killed.
Traffic fatalities surged 5 percent last year, according to an analysis of preliminary state data, putting an end to a seven-year decline in which the number of annual traffic deaths reached their lowest level in more than six decades.
The Dallas County Medical Examiner’s Office has completed and released the autopsy results on Dallas Cowboys practice squad member Jerry Brown Jr., who was killed in a December 8 crash along Highway 114 in Irving.
It’s the first day of the year and the city of Arlington has already had the first fatality crash of 2013.
A Dallas County judge reduced the bond for a Dallas Cowboy charged with Intoxication Manslaughter for the death of his friend and teammate. But the court also ordered a number of other conditions for player Josh Brent to follow.
A Dallas judge modified the bond conditions of Dallas Cowboys nose tackle Josh Brent during a court appearance on Tuesday morning. Brent’s bond was reduced from $500,000 to $100,000.
The Dallas Cowboys paid tribute to Jerry Brown at a private memorial on Tuesday that included Josh Brent, the player charged with intoxication manslaughter in the one-car accident that killed his teammate.
Hearing news of a Dallas Cowboys player under arrest for a deadly crash, Dwayne Goodrich flashed back ten years.
With one Dallas Cowboys player dead and another facing criminal charges, recent events in North Texas are reminding many about the dangers of drinking and driving. Experts say the Cowboys tragedy could become a ‘teachable’ moment.
The driver involved in a deadly wrong way crash this summer had a blood alcohol level nearly four times the legal limit.
In a span of ten days Lavonne Gilbert’s world turned upside down. First she lost her daughter, now her granddaughter.