Former Police Chief, Community Outraged Garland Cop Not ChargedOutrage has grown after CBS11 broke a story about a Garland police officer who beat a man during book in.
Long Lines, Short Fuses Make For Bad Airline BehaviorFlying commercially seems like a volatile cocktail as-of-late, of long lines, strict rules and short fuses.
Volunteers "Stand To Honor" And Raise Money For Veteran's ChildrenPeople are standing for long hours to help raise money for the children of fallen veterans.
Golden Chick Restaurant Apologizes After Employee Refuses Service To CopA popular restaurant chain is doing damage control after the actions of one employee threatened to derail its image.
Drive-By Shooting Kills Beloved Family PetIt's a case of animal cruelty that has left a Collin County family heartbroken.
Family Dispute Arises Over GoFundMe CampaignsWhen a Dallas man's legs were crushed by a hit-and-run driver last week, the community came together with thousands of dollars in donations.
Disabled Hit-And-Run Victim Faces Double Leg AmputationJoey Salas is popular around Oak Cliff, not only as an advocate for the disabled but also for his involvement with the Tejano music scene.
Snapchat Allegedly Leads To Beer Pong And Student/Teacher SexA new algebra teacher at Plano Senior High School was arrested for allegedly having sex with a 16-year-old student.
Golfer Beats Another With Club; Inflicts Brain InjuryA barbaric attack on the Indian Creek Golf Club in Carrollton left one man with blood on his shirt, welts on his body that left the imprint of a golf club face as well as gash on the back of his head.
How Secure Are New Smart Locks Offering Realtors Mobile Access?State of the art technology in the form of smart locks streamline the process of selling homes, but may also give hackers easy access to get inside.
Man Tries To Record Police Brutality, Helps Officer InsteadA man who thought he was recording police brutality ended up running to help an officer struggling with a suspect in Plano.
School District May Add $300 Activity FeeYou have to look hard on the list of possible budget cuts Frisco ISD is considering to notice it. But a proposed $300 activity fee sticks out like a sore thumb to parents.