A developing stor on the University of Texas at Arlington campus, where the search is on for a kidnapper. While the hunt for the suspect continues, police are warning students to be aware of their surroundings and to be vigilant.
Whoever attacked a woman and left her for dead at a south Dallas park remains on the run. The victim was in critical condition when she was transported to a local hospital.
Dallas police are searching for 27-year-old Lajardin Miller. Authorities say Miller is the person who opened fire at a Dallas apartment complex, hitting a 9-year-old boy. The incident happened August 17.
Arlington police are searching for a man who they believe is a serial flasher and they need your help finding him. Police say the suspect was completely naked when he exposed himself to several women.
Kidnapped and taken for a ride — after that experience a 12-year-old Dallas girl learned a terrifying lesson. The young girl got into a car with a stranger along Commerce and Hampton. She never imagined the man wouldn’t let her out of the vehicle.
On January 17 an argument led to a weapon being drawn, a foot chase and lastly a deadly shooting. Now police are asking for your help identifying those responsible for the murder.
As Garland police try to find the person they believe is responsible for shooting and killing a convenience store clerk, a $10,000 reward is being offered for information.
Two suspects being sought after a violent carjacking in Corsicana were captured early Christmas morning, authorities said.
Police in Haltom City are investigating an aggressive attempted abduction of a young woman. It happened near three other reported cases, which took place in Hurst and North Richland Hills in recent weeks.
First there was news of at least two attempted child abductions in Tarrant County over the past few weeks. Now police in Haltom City say they’re investigating a possible attempted abduction in their city.
Police in Fort Worth are asking for help identifying a man who mercilessly beat a worker and robbed a convenience store on July 24, 2013.
Investigators with the Dallas Police Department believed there were two rapists, and possibly three, terrorizing a neighborhood in Lake Highlands – until now. DNA has proved a suspect in one case is not the culprit.