For some it’s the end of a tradition that has taken place for generations. Security enhancements at many North Texas schools this year may keep parents at the curb.
After several deadly incidents on Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) rail trains and buses, and concerns about safety, DART has officially moved to increase security presence on all DART trains.
The Texas Department of Public Safety is ready to ramp up deployment of motion-triggered cameras in what it hopes is another tool to monitor the state’s 1,254-mile border with Mexico.
Dallas police say a Crime Stoppers tip received Tuesday night has led to the arrest one of two suspects in a purse-snatching incident caught in a widely viewed security video.
A North Texas woman has been accused of shaking and slapping the 5-month-old triplets she was babysitting in alleged abuse caught on videotape.
CBS 11 News has learned that 31 Dallas security cameras are not operational, leaving authorities with a blind eye.
Nearly 69,000 passengers ride the Dallas Area Rapid Transit light rail system every day during the work week. As DART expands into other cities, protecting those riders is becoming a daunting task. Now the agency is going high-tech by installing hundreds of cameras at all of its rail stations.