CBS 11 News traffic expert Whitney Drolen has been visiting local first responders, and this week she traveled to Duncanville to spend the morning with the city’s fire department.
Temperatures dipped down to 36 degrees in Duncanville on Thursday morning. So, why would a group of people stand outside during this bitter cold? A great deal, of course.
Dozens of American flags were reduced to rags yesterday and others were torn down in Duncanville.
One person is dead after a police officer involved shooting in Duncanville neighborhood.
It started with a knock at the door and was followed with a gunshot. The end result was a grandmother killed in front of her grandchildren. Barbara Strain’s family may never know why she was murdered that day, or who pulled the trigger.
One of Texas’ most wanted was arrested in Duncanville this week. Frederick Davis, 25, was arrested at a Duncanville home on August 14, the same day he was added to the Top 10 Most Wanted Fugitive List.
Heavy West Nile ground spraying will continue in both Dallas and Tarrant County tonight.
For centuries, tourniquets have played a role on the battlefield, helping keep wounded soldiers from bleeding to death. Now, recent attacks on civilians have police departments investing in them, too.
One of the neighborhoods where West Nile carrying mosquitoes has been detected is in Highland Park where John and Susan Long often walk their dogs in the evening.
Before a standing room only crowd in his hometown of Duncanville, Greg Abbott repeated what he started Sunday — he’s running for Governor. “I’m fighting for everyday, hard-working middle-class Texans who work on Main Street.”
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott is wasting no time in beginning his official campaign to succeed Rick Perry as governor.
One person was wounded late Sunday night after an argument erupted in gunfire outside of a bowling alley in Duncanville.