Transportation and Logistics

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Dallas Area Food Trucks Targeted In Recent Robberies

Targeted in two recent robberies, food trucks in the Dallas area say they’re taking precautions.


A construction marker blocks access to Berry and University in Fort Worth on June 11, 2012. The project will likely take two months to complete. (Credit: Joel Thomas/KTVT)

Construction Will Snarl Traffic At Fort Worth Intersection For Months

A new phase of construction on West Berry Street bordering the southern edge of TCU will put a major intersection out of commission for as much as two months.


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DPD Briefs Safety Committee On Love Field Security

Love Field security and Dallas Police are already discussing ways to continue to secure passengers in advance of the 2014 completion date of a new terminal.


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TV Show’s Truck Causes Scare At DFW Airport

Security at DFW Airport shut down a terminal for about an hour Sunday and briefly detained a stuntman who left a truck containing an automatic weapon, a pistol and pyrotechnic equipment unattended, airport spokesman David Magana said.


Firefighters honor the plane carrying an Honor Flag, which will be present during fallen firefighter Todd Krodle's funeral. (Credit: Joel Thomas/KTVT)

Honor Flag Travels 1,300 Miles To Be Present At Firefighter’s Funeral

As the American Airlines jet landed on an empty airstrip at DFW Airport Wednesday, two fire engines stationed on either side of it unleashed two towering torrents of water.


Stewart King meets Kyle Webb for the first time since rescuing him after he severed his right leg crashing his motorcycle.

Ennis Man Meets The Truck Driver Who Saved His Life

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.


Police officers take cover behind a squad car. (credit: Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Driver Says He Choked On Soda, Ran 18-Wheeler Off Freeway

A truck driver told authorities TUESDAY that he ran his 18-wheeler off Interstate 35 because he choked while drinking soda.


A car is towed from Main Street in The Colony after two consecutive hit-and-run accidents. (Photo by Jack Fink, CBS 11 News)

Bill Threatens Fine For Not Slowing Down For Tow Trucks

Drivers could face new penalties for passing tow trucks on the highways if they don’t slow down or change lanes under a new bill passed in the state House.


A tow truck operator secures a car for towing. (credit: AP Photo)

Dallas Towing Company Protects Its Drivers

When you’re stuck on the side of the road with a flat tire and see the lights of the tow truck, you feel relief. But when you’re parked illegally and see those same lights, the reaction is much different.