Grand Prairie Texas
Riding across the lake to the Joe Pool Dam, Major Andrew Liffring with the Army Corps of Engineers found no reason to fear that it could suddenly give way. “It looks fine to me.”
After an initial report by CBS 11 Wednesday night about Grand Prairie’s concerns over drilling at Joe Pool Lake, we discovered the City of Dallas has also been notified.
On one side of the Joe Pool Dam lies the lake. On the other lives Rosemary Reed. “You can see the line of the dam,” she says pointing over her fence in Grand Prairie’s Westchester neighborhood.
Before the onset of the automobile, scammers used stagecoach trunks to sell bootleg or phony merchandise to unsuspecting consumers. Grand Prairie Police say the age-old scam is still very much present today, only the suspects are using 21st Century technology as bait.
Before she was savagely gunned down by an in-law during a shooting at a Grand Prairie roller rink last month, Michelle Ta, 28, dreamed of moving her seven brothers and sisters into a two-story home along with their mother and father.
Four siblings killed in a shooting rampage at a Texas roller rink were remembered Saturday as a part of a tight-knit family, even as the hundreds gathered in an Arkansas church to mourn them tried to make sense of the tragedy.
Dylan Pham just celebrated his one-year wedding anniversary last month. Today, he’s mourning the loss of his bride. Michelle Ta, 28, was shot and killed, Grand Prairie police say, by her own brother-in-law.
A shooter opened fire at a skating rink at about 7:15 p.m. Saturday, killing at least five and wounding three, Grand Prairie Police spokesman John Brimmer said.
An Arlington man who police have arrested for driving while intoxicated during a fatal wreck in Grand Prairie Friday may be in this country illegally, despite having two prior DWI convictions.
The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles is researching whether an Arlington man was operating a used car dealership without giving the purchaser the title or registration to the vehicle.
A Grand Prairie family said they are grieving the loss of their son following a deadly bar fight over the weekend.
Superintendent Susan Hull said that the district faces a $15 million to $26 million budget shortfall.