This won’t be an easy Christmas for a Dallas mother. She was involved in a horrific accident along the LBJ in Garland last week.
It can be the height of frustration for commuters: getting stuck in the backlog of a traffic accident. It may not seem there’s much hope—especially if you’re caught in it—-but Dallas Police say they are working on ways to clean up wrecks faster.
Community members held candles and prayed in front of Rio Vista High School Thursday night after a violent car crash killed one area teen and left three others in the hospital.
The alarming number of wrong-way crashes in Texas has transportation safety experts looking into new ways of how to prevent such dangerous accidents.
Watching video of a stranger in physical therapy slowly bending one finger at a time, Rob Heidemann gasped.
Irving Police are searching for a hit and run driver who put a father in the hospital with severe brain damage and fled the scene.
A Department of Public Safety spokesman says the 23-year-old man who led troopers on a low-speed chase spanning three counties Tuesday had no prior record and two small bags of marijuana in his car.
Seven people were taken to area hospitals after a five-car collision snarled traffic on westbound Interstate 30 and Forest Park at about 10:30 a.m. Saturday.
It’s the hardest walk a mother should ever have to make, but Rosemarie Ruthstrom slowly made her way to her daughter’s memorial Monday evening.
Who are worst drivers — men or women? The latest study seems to point a finger in the direction of the ladies.
When the TIMCO trucking company of Waxahachie said it was holding an awards ceremony for one of its truck drivers, Kyle Webb made every effort to be there. “It’s not every day you get to meet your hero,” Webb said.
As traffic rushed by Sunday, friends gathered on a Dallas street corner to pray and mourn the loss of 24-year-old Kina Williams and her 2 year old daughter Karmen, who were killed in a car accident Saturday.