Medical Examiner Confirms Body Found In River Is Missing SMU OfficerThe Dallas County Medical examiners office has confirmed that the body found along the Trinity yesterday was that of missing SMU officer Mark McCullers.
DPD: High Probability Missing SMU Officer FoundThe Dallas Police Department, along with SMU police, recovered a body Wednesday afternoon in one of the Trinity River levees near downtown.
Bodies Of Two Men Recovered In Trinity RiverThe Fort Worth Fire Department responded to a 911 call about a drowning at Trinity River early Saturday morning.
Video Shows SMU Officer Swept Away By FloodWhile the search effort has been scaled back, crews will continue on Wednesday to look for an SMU police officer who was swept away by rushing waters more than two weeks ago.
Three People Rescued From Trinity River In IrvingDallas Fire and Rescue responded Sunday night to a water rescue at the Elm Fork of the Trinity River.
Body Of Missing Man Found In Trinity RiverThe body of a missing man was recovered Wednesday morning in the Trinity River by Carrollton Fire Rescue.
Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings Releases Plans For Trinity River ParkDallas Mayor Mike Rawlings revealed the city’s plans on Friday morning for a new park to be built at the Trinity River.
Heavy Rains Have Area Lakes Tipping, But Not OverflowingWith spring break around the corner, the heavy rainfall actually means good news for North Texas lakes.
Mysterious Tunnels Under North Texas ExplainedDallas is going under the river, and through the mud, for a project you rarely get to see up close.
Fly Fishing Festival Coming To Fort WorthThe Tarrant Regional Water District and Fort Worth's urban angling community will be hosting a fly fishing festival on March 12 at the Clear Fork of the Trinity River. Fishers of every skill level are welcome.
Cities Break Ground On MacArthur Boulevard Widening, Improvements The renovation will widen MacArthur from a 2-lane asphalt roadway to a 4-lane divided concrete thoroughfare from Interstate 30 to north of the Trinity River.
Two Carrollton Golf Courses Remain Closed Months After Major FloodingWhile the fairways and bunkers were under water, the greens were not. So crews used boats to go from green to green to make sure they were watered.

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