Dallas Police Looking For Person Of Interest In Sexual Assault CaseDallas Police are asking for the public's assistance to help them identify a person of interest in a sexual assault case.
Surveillance Video Shows Deadly Drive-By Shooting In DallasDetectives in Dallas are looking for a car they said is connected to a shooting death that happened in the 700 block of Emberwood Drive.
Police Seek Man Who Assaulted Two Different Women On Same NightDallas police are alerting citizens about a man who attacked two women last Friday.
Teen Sentenced To 7 Years Probation In Brutal Target AttackA juvenile received seven years probation after pleading guilty in the case of a brutal beating of a Dallas actor.
New DPD Deputy Chief Driven By Personal Tragedy To Fight CrimeMotivated by a personal tragedy, Dallas’ new leader, Chief Renee Hall, says she is driven to fight crime.
Couple Must Pay $400 To Get Stolen Truck BackA Dallas couple whose truck was stolen say they were victimized again after it was found, so they called Cristin Severance for Consumer Justice.
"Little" Officer Pays Big Respects To Fallen 5Paying his respects in style at a vigil in downtown Dallas, 7-year-old Melquiades Irrizary wore a uniform similar to those worn by officers slain on July 7, 2016.
Record Number Of Dallas Officers Expected To Leave Department With three months remaining, records obtained by CBS11 show 314 officers have already left this fiscal year.
Teen Survives Acid Attack, 'It Melted My Clothes Off'A Dallas teenager survived a horrific acid attack and is exclusively speaking to CBS11 in hopes police will catch the assailant.
Cop Indicted For January Killing To Turn Himself In MondayDallas police formally placed an officer who killed a young woman on leave today, only after a grand jury indicted him for the shooting of the 21-year old.
Dallas Police Department Encouraged By Number Of New ApplicantsThe Dallas Police Department is hiring, and they’re looking for more than just a few good men and women.
Retired DPD Chiefs Send Lawmakers Warning About Pension Crisis, CrimeMore than 30 former Dallas Police chiefs have signed a letter, urging every state lawmaker to approve a bill that will save the Police and Fire Pension Fund from going broke within ten years.