The Dallas Police Department is joining an international effort to crack down on counterfeiters and the crimes they’re connected to.
Scott LaMarca of Plano knows first hand about the war against terror. He was a non-commissioned officer who looked for roadside explosive devices. Now LaMarca is advising Americans not to take the new terror threat lightly.
The U.S. launched its first airstrikes against ISIS in Syria.
A new disagreement has emerged between Governor Rick Perry and the Obama Administration about border security. It centers around the state’s use of unmanned aircraft or drones along the Texas-Mexico border.
U.S. airstrikes continue to pound Islamic militants in Iraq to keep them from their campaign of killing. On Monday, FBI Director James Comey sounded the alarm in Dallas about the militants known as ISIL.
Home from a war zone, a North Texas firefighter explains why he volunteers his time in Israel.
Nissim Sean Carmeli from South Padre Island was a sergeant in the Israel Defense Forces. He moved to Israel four years ago and joined the Israeli army after finishing high school there.
The man accused of making terroristic threats at his son’s school has been found not guilty by a jury. Staff members at Celina Elementary said an unarmed Ronald Miller role-played a shooter in the school’s office.
Three thousand residents were called to the Rockwall County courthouse as part of the Eric Williams death penalty case.
Prosecutors in Dallas announced that a man from Singapore who spent years in a U.S. prison after trying to funnel arms to a Sri Lankan terrorist group has been deported.
Kip Gandy left DFW Airport Tuesday night on his way to a reunion of retired U.S. Marines who served in Beirut, Lebanon 30-years ago. He remembered the days leading up to the most bloody, single-day loss of life for the Marine Corps since Iwo Jima in World War II.
Sen. John Cornyn and Sen. Ted Cruz have introduced a bill to reclassify the 2009 Fort Hood shooting as an act of terror and provide more benefits for victims and their kin.