The protests in Ferguson, Missouri fueled unrest in Dallas as well, with at least seven North Texans behind bars on Wednesday morning.
Crews responded to a water main break early Monday morning in Dallas. A vehicle became stuck in the rushing water and mud, and two people had to be rescued.
Two 18-wheelers collided and caught fire on Interstate-35E in Waxahachie Friday morning, shutting down both sides of the freeway.
Authorities in Carrollton said that a wrong-way driver is responsible for causing four separate crashes along Interstate-35E early Friday morning.
A fire in the trailer of an 18-wheeler caused a portion of Interstate-35E to be shut down early Tuesday morning in Ellis County, just south of Waxahachie. Nobody was injured.
A man was shot and seriously hurt as he was chased by another driver along the service road of northbound Interstate-35E in Lewisville on Tuesday night.
Authorities in Dallas on Tuesday night detained a pair of Honduran nationals who had been riding on the roof of a truck for eight hours before getting cold and trying to get down.
Carrollton police say rainwater, backing up from a construction site on I-35E, snarled traffic for several hours during the morning commute and may have contributed to several accidents.
A high-speed police chase in Carrollton ended early Thursday morning with four suspects being taken into custody. At times, the chase topped speeds of 100 mph.
Traffic was backed up in Lewisville on Tuesday morning after an 18-wheeler caught on fire. The incident was caught on video by a passing driver and posted online.
A crash involving a car and an 18-wheeler shut down Interstate-35E in Carrollton on Tuesday morning, creating a major headache for commuters trying to get to work.
Seven people who were hurt in a traffic accident involving a Dallas Area Rapid Transit bus and four other vehicles during freezing weather have been released from area hospitals.