Mesquite Police Arrest Suspect In Fatal Twin Peaks ShootingPolice are charging 25-year-old Devoris Arnold with murder and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, the department announced Sunday.
Shooting Outside Twin Peaks Leaves One DeadAn argument outside a Twin Peaks restaurant in Mesquite led to gunfire that left one man dead and another wounded.
Tractor Trailer Carrying Cattle Overturns On Mesquite HighwayAn early morning accident on westbound Highway 80, near Interstate-635, left a cattle truck overturned and a 'wild and loose' situation that has lasted for hours.
Mesquite Recognized As A Tree City USAThe City of Mesquite says it has planted more than 31,000 trees throughout the community since the inception of its Urban Forestry Program in 1988.
Mesquite Police Shoot & Kill Chase SuspectA driver who refused to pull over for a traffic stop was shot and killed by police in Mesquite early Friday.
Mesquite Police Arrest First Convenience Bank RobberPolice are looking for the man who robbed the First Convenience Bank inside a Kroger Grocery Store, in the 3600 block of Gus Thomasson Road this afternoon.
Early Morning Transformer Flash Lights Up North Texas SkyThe calls came in from Rockwall, McKinney, Cedar Hill and Irving as many North Texas residents were stunned by an early morning flash that light up the pre-dawn sky.
Mesquite PD Release Video Of Gun-Weilding, Bike Riding Bank RobberPolice in Mesquite have released video of the man who robbed a local bank and then made his escape on a bicycle.
Mesquite Seeks $125 Million For Road RepairsPotholes are plaguing streets in Mesquite, and city leaders have a plan to do something about it.
North Texas Man Pleads Guilty In Terrorism-Related CaseA Mesquite man has pled guilty and admitted to lying to the FBI about his travels to fight with the group ISIS.
Mesquite Man Severely Injured Running Back Into Burning Home To Save WifeWhat Ray Gonzalez didn’t know at the time was wife wife, Trina, had escaped through a window.
94-Year-Old Shows Adrenaline Knows No Age LimitVivian Martin zip-lined as part of the city's Adult 50+ program "Adventure Camp."