New Approach To Student Discipline In Dallas ISDA year ago, critics of the Dallas school system complained about the suspension of too many students.
North Texas Law Enforcement Leaders Encourage Women To JoinWomen may make up more than half of the population in the country, but not when it comes to the police force.
Frisco Hopes To Bridge Neighborhoods With Public MarketFrisco is growing so fast city planners are looking at ways to make sure it doesn't grow out of control. That's why one new project hopes a giant open market will build a bridge between properties.
Dallas Police Senior Corporal Fired After Prostitution-Related ChargeThe Dallas Police Department has fired Dallas Police Senior Corporal Marqueon Skinner.
New Homeowner Finds Possible Human Remains While RemodelingA man's gruesome discovery just days after buying a new home.
Instagram More Popular Than TwitterInstagram users share more than 80 million pictures every day. Among the last 100 million to join, more than half live in Europe and Asia.
Texan Man Pleads Guilty In NY Bitcoin Securities Fraud CaseA Texas man has pleaded guilty to securities fraud in what federal authorities have described as the first bitcoin securities fraud case.
Study: Twice As Much Trash Put In Landfills Than EstimatedAmericans may be sending more than twice as much trash to landfills as the federal government has estimated.
73-Year-Old Man In Hospital After Road-Rage ShootingShot just a few houses away from his own home, Lewisville Police are investigating a possible road-rage incident that has left a 73-year-old man in the hospital.
Dallas Toddler Shot In Front Yard SurvivesA 2-year-old boy is recovering from surgery after he was shot outside his Dallas home.
Grassfire Destroys Home, Kills Family DogLow humidity and high winds made for a dangerous combination today in Justin where a grassfire spread fast.
Garland Man's Son Charged With His MurderA murder warrant was issued for Steven Debusk, 41, for the death of his father, Ronnie Debusk, 65.