Package Theft Victim: 'He Didn't Even Try To Hide His Face'"It’s very frustrating and I was so furious when I saw it on camera," said DeSoto homeowner Gail Lofton.
Police Release Video Of Suspected Serial RobberPolice in Fort Worth are asking for the public's help with finding a robbery suspect who is said to be armed and dangerous. The robber has been hitting various payday loan stores across the Metroplex.
DeSoto Community Reacts To Delayed Parade Due To FootballDeSoto's decision to postpone its holiday parade was an easy one. The high school football team had a big playoff game Saturday night.
School Officials Investigating Coach Who Allegedly Said Derogatory WordSchool officials are investigating an incident where a football coach is accused of using the "N-word" on the field against an opposing team.
Free Events In DFW For November 10-16List of free events that are happening all around North Texas, including a number of activities planned in honor of Veterans Day.
Silver Alert Cancelled For Missing 73-Year-Old Desoto ManAccording to police 73-year-old Andrew Murphy, who has been diagnosed with a cognitive impairment, went missing Monday night around 7:00 p.m. near Heritage Hill Drive.
After Tornado, Hidden Danger Forces City To Close Football FieldsFrom twisted bleachers to mangled score boards, remnants of the December 26th tornado are still very visible at Meadow Creek Park in DeSoto.
Couple Shot While Sleeping In Their DeSoto HomeA couple was shot as they slept in their home located in an upscale DeSoto neighborhood Wednesday morning.
Citizen Tip Leads To Dallas Murder Suspect's ArrestDallas police said a citizen spotted the man and then alerted police.
Ex-Inmate In Dallas Jail-Based Drug Ring Gets 30 YearsPatrick D. Lenard was sentenced Friday in Dallas.
Broncos LB Von Miller Named Super Bowl 50 MVPFootball fans in Denver are celebrating after the Broncos toppled the Panthers to win Super Bowl 50 on Sunday night. But some folks in North Texas are celebrating too, as they honor a hometown hero.
2 Texans Get 115-Year Terms For Restaurant RobberiesTwo men must each serve 115 years in federal prison for robbing five DFW area fast food restaurants in 2014. Jesse Lee Bell of Duncanville and Deundrae Lyndell Miller of Mesquite were sentenced Monday in Dallas.