Monday marked a major milestone in the efforts to put an end to the spread of the Ebola virus in Dallas. Fifty-one people completed the 21-day surveillance period and were taken off the watch list.
A violent attack in a Fort Worth parking lot has been caught on video and it shows absolutely no one coming to the victim’s rescue.
Dallas Police have released surveillance video from a local business that shows an unidentified suspect fleeing the scene of a murder that happened last week at the intersection of Lemmon Ave and Oak Lawn in Dallas.
The State Fair of Texas opens Friday in Dallas. Rides, corny dogs, and all that goes with it starts at 10:00 am. Fair-goers can take safety for granted because police and fair officials do not.
More than 40 state legislatures have debated the increasing presence of unmanned aircraft in civilian airspace, with most of the proposals focused on protecting people from overly intrusive surveillance by law enforcement.
Upgrades would include an intercom, eight-camera surveillance system, employee card readers and peepholes in every one of it’s 1,400 portable buildings.
A Southwest Fort Worth church and school for special needs children is targeted by burglars not just once, but four times in the past month.
Detectives say two men and a woman are stealing credit cards and using them to buy tens of thousands of dollars in merchandise.
In Burleson, someone swiped $40,000 to $50,000 dollars’ worth of jewelry from behind the counter of a JCPenney store.