Sunday’s 2013 MetroPCS Dallas Marathon has been cancelled due to the icy weather.
A 54-year-old parolee was sentenced to 70 years in prison for robbing two Fort Worth businesses – a phone store and a pharmacy – on separate occasions earlier this year.
There’s a lot of frustration at the Dallas Police Department as authorities continue to search for the person responsible for a number of insurance companies and now a retail store robbery in the Oak Cliff and Buckner Boulevard areas.
T-Mobile, the country’s fourth-largest cellphone carrier, is set to complete its acquisition of Dallas-based MetroPCS after the stock market closes on Tuesday.
Police in Richardson are on the lookout for the man who pulled a gun and robbed two employees at a Metro PCS store. The robbery happened last Wednesday, December 12, at the Metro PCS on N. Jupiter Road.
Police in Fort Worth believe one man is responsible for at least 16 aggravated robberies within city limits and across Tarrant County since June. Now the department is asking for your help finding out who he is.
Fort Worth Police are asking for the public’s help to find a man suspected of robbing a Fort Worth cell phone store and several other robberies.
One day after one suspect in a Metro PCS robbery turned himself in, police now have the second suspect in custody. They didn’t have to go far to find him, he was already in jail.
Dallas police are trying to identify and locate two men who robbed a Metro PCS business and the customers inside. The men robbed the store, in the 2600 block of W. Jefferson, on Monday, May 28.
Roger D Linquist, Chairman, President and CEO, MetroPCS Communications, Inc. (NYSE: PCS) disucsses PCS’ strong 2nd quarter results and its plans to move into 4G and smart phones.