A spokesman with Dallas Fire-Rescue says a suspicious letter sent to a district office for U.S. Sen. John Cornyn of Texas has tested negative for hazardous substances.
Police in Dallas gave chase early Wednesday after officers saw a suspect firing a gun from a car fleeing a billiards hall.
A commuter train with DART struck a car early Tuesday morning. The train was traveling northbound along the Green Line when it hit the abandoned vehicle.
City of Framers Branch Spokesperson Tom Bryson says that a maintenance worker found a box in the hallway on the 7th floor of the building this morning just before 7:00 a.m. On the box was written, “This is a bomb. Do not touch.”
A research horticulturist for Texas A&M developed the idea of Earth-Kind Landscaping. The goal is to use less water, less fertilizer and less pesticides, and have plants thrive.
Plano resident and military veteran Jason Allen says a dog helped cure his post-traumatic stress disorder. He wants to help other vets find the same relief.
A suburban Dallas city council has approved a single-member replacement for a municipal voting system struck down by the federal courts.
Farmers Branch’s expensive fight to ban illegal immigrants from renting homes will get perhaps its most important hearing Wednesday before a largely conservative group of judges with the power to influence the national immigration debate.
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.