A public health emergency will lead to aerial spraying for mosquitos in the battle against the West Nile virus.
City leaders in Dallas County will decide Wednesday whether or not to allow the aerial spraying of mosquitos in the fight against the West Nile virus.
A U.S. District Court ruling announced Thursday says the city of Farmers Branch is in violation of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
There is growing concern in the health community about the West Nile Virus, as human cases continue to pop up across North Texas even earlier in the summer than usual.
Farmers Branch city attorneys have asked the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans to rehear their case supporting the city’s controversial immigration law.
Heather Newsom, a spokeswoman for the LBJ Express road construction project, details the work that has been done and what is left to accomplish.
A Dallas suburb that has tried to ban housing rents by illegal immigrants will continue its appeals court fight for the ban, an attorney for the city said Thursday.
A burglary suspect was struck and killed by a car after darting onto Interstate-35E while fleeing police on Tuesday night.
Farmers Branch Police announced they have established a police alert network.
From coffins to coffee makers, most of the items up for sale on Propertyroom.com were likely stolen. It’s basically E-bay for cops.
SWAT officers peacefully arrested a man nearly eight hours after he barricaded himself inside his ex-girlfriend’s home and threatened suicide before it went up in flames.
Farmers Branch is asking a federal court to overturn a ruling that the city tried to impose unconstitutional restrictions on home rentals to illegal immigrants.