Texas Department of Public Safety
More than 15 hours after the deadly blast at a West, Texas fertilizer plant, crews continue to search for survivors trapped in the rubble.
The bus driver involved in Thursday’s deadly Irving charter bus crash, was also behind the wheel in another deadly crash 15 years earlier.
Federal, state, and local investigators say they’re following up on all tips they received as they hunt for whoever killed Kaufman County District Attorney Mike McLelland, his wife Cynthia, and Assistant DA Mark Hasse.
Texas troopers will be out in force on Friday at the start of spring break as part of an increased effort against drunken driving.
Mourners holding U.S. flags gone limp from a light rain crowded streets and highway overpasses in North Texas on Tuesday to watch the funeral procession for slain former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle.
The female state trooper involved in a controversial roadside cavity search of two women has now been fired.
A well-organized ring of marijuana traffickers, operating out of southern Dallas County, has fattened the bank accounts of local law enforcement agencies.
The wait for a new driver’s license is getting a bit shorter across North Texas. On Tuesday the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) opened a new driver license mega center in Fort Worth.
Law enforcement officials across the state want you to treat yourself to a Holiday P.A.S.S. TxDOT is encouraging that everyone have a Person Appointed to Stay Sober this holiday season.
A Texas State Trooper who was thrust into the spotlight Tuesday after dash camera video showing her giving body cavity searches to two women became public has been suspended.
Two more Department of Public Safety “megacenters” are open with hopes of shortening wait times and lessening strain on drivers.
The Texas Department of Public Safety announced that 2012 set new apprehension and rewards records for the Texas 10 Most Wanted program.