The hotter it gets, the more opportunistic scam artists get. That’s the warning from the Better Business Bureau when it comes to some air-conditioning repair contractors.
A former Dallas police officer accused of raping a sleeping woman at his home has pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of aggravated assault.
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch says one of her top priorities remains alleviating an “epidemic of distrust” between communities and law enforcement.
Nationwide response to security concerns swift following Thursday’s shooting at a Louisiana movie theater.
For the second time this week, Dallas police are facing criticism for lack of response to 911 calls.
Julie Bonney was ready to walk down the aisle, when her wedding planner broke the news. “Don’t panic, but your DJ’s not here,” Bonney remembers her saying
Back to school shopping getting off to an early start this year. That’s according to local retailers. So, not surprisingly, so is the effort to help provide the needed tools for economically disadvantaged kids.
The NAACP is coming to the defense of a recreational worker in Grand Prairie who was arrested for allegedly showing two teens a sexually explicit video.
Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, a Republican presidential candidate, said at the rally that if economic sanctions on Iran are lifted under the deal, the Obama administration would become the “leading state sponsor and financier of radical Islamic terrorists.”
A Fort Worth pizza shop employee named Mustafa Mashriqi was arrested and charged with lawful restraint.
A Roanoke couple says a driver left them for dead after crashing into their motorcycle on Friday night.
Inside the Irving Police & Fire Training Academy, a few dozen young women are spending the week in a self-defense summer camp.