A felony burglary suspect who escaped the Dallas County Jail early Wednesday morning was back in custody nearly 24 hours after he jumped over a razor-wire fence and made a run for freedom.
The City of Carrollton is considering taking legal action if the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality approves a proposed expansion for the Camelot landfill.
Drivers in Fort Worth may have noticed some big arches under construction over the last year. They are part of the 7th Street bridge project.
Bulldozers scraped down the last few inches of a gas well road Monday, a road residents believe was partly to blame for increased flooding in East Fort Worth.
New warning signs have been placed near the low water dam on the Trinity River after several drownings and a near drowning along the dam.
This last rain helped our low water supplies, but it left many wanting more.
Deputies in Dallas County reported about half a dozen DWI arrests as the new year rang in, including one man who was charged with a felony DWI for having his 12-year-old daughter in the car.
The Oak Cliff slaughter house shut down by the city for dumping pig blood into the Trinity River has been indicted on criminal charges.
Dallas County District Attorney Craig Watkins said that he will seek the death penalty in the murder case of a man charged with the rape-slaying of a Carrollton teen last month.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, responsible for building and maintaining levees, would not be liable for their own mistakes if one were to fail, according to a federal court decision.
The City of Dallas is putting some new eyes on an old problem. The city council is set to buy three high-tech trailers to conduct video surveillance at several illegal dumpsites, especially those along the Trinity River.
utside of Horn High School in Mesquite, hundreds of Shania Gray’s friends, family members and teachers gathered. At times the sobbing was so intense that it echoed throughout the parking lot.