Discovery Of Skeletal Remains Investigated In Forest HillOn Sunday, police got a 911 call from construction workers at 6425 Evonshire who reported they found what they believed to be human remains buried in the backyard.
1 Dead In Ultralight Plane Crash In CleburneAn ultralight plane crashed at the air park on the north side of Cleburne at W. Vaughn Road and Celeste Road.
Man Killed In Tollway Hit-And-Run In AllenThe driver of a pickup, possibly a Ford Ranger, slammed into the back of an SUV and left the scene.
Texas DPS Says 37,000 Homes Suffered Major DamageThe Texas Department of Public Safety reports that more than 37,000 homes have sustained major damage and nearly 7,000 have been destroyed.
Reward Increased To $8,000 For Texas Most Wanted Sex Offender63-year-old Manuel Raul Maese has already been convicted of indecency with a child and has six other convictions for indecent exposure.
Texas DPS Drops Plan To Charge Police Departments For Crime Lab TestingThe announcement came Friday after Gov. Greg Abbott sent a letter to DPS Director Steven McCraw.
Cedar Hill Driver License Office To Close Permanently FridayThat office’s personnel and resources will be transferred to the Dallas-South Driver License Center.
Record Number Of Texans On Road For July Fourth WeekendThis busy holiday weekend come on the heels of three recent cases of road rage in the Metroplex.
Search Continues For Missing 13-Year-Old Girl From LancasterPolice are entering their second day in the search for a 13-year-old girl from Lancaster who went missing. An Amber Alert remains active for Shavon Le'Feye Randle and agents with the FBI have taken over the case.
Amber Alert For Lancaster GirlThe Texas Department of Public Safety has issued an Amber Alert for Shavon Le'Feye Randle, a 13-year-old girl from Lancaster.
Nationwide Crackdown 'Operation Roadcheck' On 18-Wheelers UnderwayA nation-wide enforcement effort is currently underway to check on the big rigs rolling on our highways.
Some Keller ISD School Bus Drivers Say Vehicles Aren't SafeBad brakes, no horns, and broken stop signs. Some Keller ISD bus drivers say they feel unsafe on the roads.