A little girl who was found not breathing and turning blue is alive on Monday all thanks to the quick thinking of a police officer in Rowlett.
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A North Texas man faces up to 25 years in prison for mailing hundreds of white powder hoax letters to schools, government offices and U.S. embassies.
Rowlett Police have taken a 13-year-old girl into custody for the attack on a 14-year-old girl and injuring her three-year old cousin.
Police have identified the teenage girl filmed attacking another girl who was holding a toddler in Rowlett a week ago.
Detectives have received several leads since the video surfaced, and they expect to make an arrest.
A man kidnaps a woman from a Rowlett Wal-Mart parking lot — in the middle of the day — only to later crash his car off I-30. Today the victim is safe and the suspect is behind bars.
Neighbors say police, firefighters and animal control all deemed it too dangerous to try to retrieve the kitten. So folks in the area banded together to attempt it themselves.
Authorities in Rockwall County have found an escaped prisoner, who got out of custody while being checked at a hospital Wednesday morning.
The Rowlett City Council signed off to buy Dallas’ Robertson Park along Lake Ray Hubbard. A developer then purchased it from Rowlett.
A former Dallas-area man faces up to 30 years in prison in a child pornography case based on evidence found at a deer hunting lease.
Eight horses are dead after being trapped inside a burning stable Saturday night.