A mother has received toxicology reports confirming what she long suspected, that synthetic drugs killed her teenage son.
One day after Dallas police were called to the intersection of Scyene Road and Hatcher Street to investigate a body found in a creek, investigators have identified the dead teenager and arrested another teen for the murder.
A preliminary investigation has led one North Texas police department to believe a crash that took the life of a high school student may have been the result of texting while driving.
It was earlier this month that two North Texas high school students died after a night of drugs and alcohol in Grapevine. Monday the Medical Examiner listed both their cause of death as Mixed Drug Toxicity.
Grapevine police released more information about the house where two teenagers were found dead, of apparent drug overdoses. Officers found the bodies of Southlake Carroll High students Kyle McNutt and Chase Nunez on Saturday.
Friends and family of a Terrell ISD teen are suggesting the girl’s death was the result of bullying. Monday officials with the district said, “That has been some of the rumor and allegation. We routinely investigate any such allegation. We’re continuing our investigation processes.”
For the first time the boyfriend of the teenager shot in the head in Fort Worth last month is speaking out about his girlfriend’s life and death. Claudia Hidic died June 28 after being shot behind a Fort Worth home.
The family of a Wylie teenager is asking for justice after he was shot and killed over the weekend. Flowers now cover the storm drain where Nahum Martinez’s body was found on Saturday.
Police have arrested a 19-year-old Dallas-area man in connection with the slaying of another teen whose body was found in a residential alley the day before.
Police say a North Texas teenager has been found dead in a residential alley near DeSoto High School. DeSoto police say they are not ruling anything out and that the teen may have been murdered.
More than a dozen teens and young adults in the Flower Mound area are in custody after being indicted on either drug related or gun violations. Most are accused of conspiring to sell heroin.