First responders from sixteen counties are training in Dallas and Fort Worth this weekend for the toughest kinds of emergency scenarios.
A six-year-old Oklahoma boy who was the subject of an Amber Alert Tuesday was recovered safely in Lewisville Wednesday morning when his father surrendered to police.
Fort Worth’s Swat team surrounded a house in Arlington Heights Monday during a training exercise. They treated the situation as though it were a real life scenario that needed their help.
Dallas police are searching for an armed shooter in East Dallas.
A seven-hour standoff ended Saturday morning following a deadly shooting in Arlington.
A former soccer coach accused of child sex crimes, threatened to jump off the ledge of the High 5 interchange Monday afternoon.
A shooting suspect is on the loose in Oak Cliff after an extended standoff failed to yield the alleged shooter on Wednesday night.
Grand Prairie Police responded to a Stabbing call near the 300 block of Skyline Road on Wednesday night.
Fort Worth police received a call that a person was threatening two women and child, with something similar to a Samurai Sword.
A SWAT team surrounded an apartment building after a man firing a shotgun in the air at random and screaming barricaded himself inside his unit in the 2300 block of Robert B Cullum Blvd., a police department dispatcher said.
An Arlington SWAT officer was injured, the suspect was shot and killed, and a hostage was taken to the hospital with minor injuries, all after police tried to execute an arrest warrant on Tuesday.
A more than six-hour police standoff has ended outside a Grand Prairie home with three people taken into custody.