ARLINGTON (CBSDFW.COM) – The Arlington police officer that survived being shot while trying to serve a warrant in Saginaw credits his faith, and an FBI agent for saving his life. The suspect in the murder […]
Thursday afternoon police in Fort Worth confirmed that not only had they identified and arrested a suspect in the murder a missing boy found dead on Wednesday, but that the suspect is on 13-years-old.
Attorney Jack Ebel testified that solitary confinement in a Colorado prison was destroying the psyche of his son, Evan. Now authorities are investigating whether Evan Ebel is linked to a Colorado assassination and the shooting of a Texas deputy.
Saginaw police had been searching for a woman they believed had information on a fatal shooting that happened over the weekend. There are now two people in custody in relation to the incident.
The family of 63-year-old Huong Ly and her 72-year-old husband, Long Nguyen, spent the day praying. It’s been 100 days since the elderly couple was murdered in their Arlington apartment.
The mother of a North Texas fitness instructor found dead in a field testified Monday during the first day of the trial of Terrance Deering Black, who is charged with capital murder in the 2011 death of Susan Loper.
According to police with the Lewisville Police Department, an elderly man has admitted to shooting and killing his wife after becoming frustrated with one of his dogs for defecating inside their house.
There’s been another twist in the case of a North Texas man shot and killed in his home last October. After stories of a home invasion, suicide and suspicious death, on Monday Michele Marie Williams was arrested for the murder of her husband, Gregory Williams.
The latest addition to the Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list is a man who could be in the North Texas-area. Norris Wayne Smith is wanted for attempted capital murder.
Two men are in police custody, suspected of robbing a house in McKinney, at some point killing the person inside and setting the house on fire.
Grand Prairie police have made an arrest for a murder that happened there during the Summer.
After 27 years, Fort Worth police have successfully closed a cold case murder. In January of 1984, Elsie Mae Deem was attacked in her Fort Worth home, but was only able to assist police in the search for a suspect for a short time.