Personal Information Posted Online -- And It's Legal!It has been well said that there are disturbing things lurking on the world wide web -- not all necessarily perverted -- but, much that citizens might think was private.
Four Women Attacked In Dallas' Lancaster CorridorFour women have been severely beaten in the Lancaster corridor—one of them died.
One-Of-A-Kind Pilot Brings Girls Scouts Into Dallas SchoolThe cutest sales force in the county is gearing up right now: Girl Scout cookie sales get underway today!
Kids In Hot Cars: Risks And Worries Of Saving ThemIn spite of repeated warnings, parents are still leaving children unattended in hot cars… and experts say it’s just a matter of time before another child dies.
Cedar Hill First Responders Host Summer CampPolice and firefighters in Cedar Hill this week are hosting a youth summit focused on opening young minds, and building bridges—before they’re needed.
Big New Addition At The Dallas Zoo - An Elephant Is Born!If you're planning on going to the Dallas Zoo sometime soon, you'll get to see a new animal on display.
Dallas Mayor Pleased With Grow South Initiative's ProgressIt is report card time for Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings' Grow South initiative and while he wouldn’t call it “straight A's”, the mayor is clearly pleased with the progress.
Garbage-Blocked Freeway Drains Cause Crashes In ArlingtonNeed another reason to pick up your trash? Then consider this: freeway drains blocked by garbage likely contributed to several crashes Thursday morning.
Bedford Music Minister Accused Of Raping Alabama Teen ResignsA Bedford church minister awaiting trial on 29 counts of rape and sodomy involving a teenage girl in Alabama has resigned.
Downtown Task Force Working On Traffic SafetyWith more than 130,000 workers moving through downtown Dallas each day—the message from pedestrians and workers to motorists is simple: “Pay attention! Let us cross!”
Extreme North Texas Weather Taking Toll On HomesFrom near constant rain to now nearly bone dry, North Texas' weather extremes are taking a toll on home foundations.
DISD Opens New Early Childhood Centers To Delight Of ParentsCristina Baeza is a mother searching for an early childhood program to better engage her busy 3-year-old, Alyssa.