Dallas Police say a man was killed after being shot in the chest at the front door of his apartment Thursday night.
The Oak Cliff slaughter house shut down by the city for dumping pig blood into the Trinity River has been indicted on criminal charges.
Shopping in your own neighborhood. For many North Texans, it’s a retail reality.
An officer with the Dallas Police Department was involved in a shooting on Friday. One suspect was shot and another suspect was taken into custody.
One of the darkest days in North Texas history happened 49 years ago today. And as the mid-century mark edges closer, the city of Dallas is already planning how to commemorate the event.
Police in Dallas are investigating two separate shootings at one motel in south Oak Cliff. The incidents happened at an America’s Best Value Inn. The first shooting took place just around 11:00 p.m. Monday night.
A store clerk was killed after robbers opened fire at a convenience store Monday night. Police said that as many as four suspects approached the store at closing time.
Turnout for early voting was steady across Dallas County. Nearly 360,000 people had voted in person in by Thursday, with another 50,000 expected Friday.
A deadly wrong way crash in Southeast Oak Cliff killed one man and sent four others to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries on Friday afternoon.
A suspected illegal immigrant is in custody after police recovered 15 military-style assault weapons in his vehicle in Oak Cliff.
An East Oak Cliff homeowner fired at two men who broke into her residence, killing one and sending the other on the run.
One woman was shot during a home invasion in the Red Bird area of Oak Cliff. The incident happened sometime overnight into the early morning hours, at the Hampton Terrace Apartments.
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