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.
Engineers are analyzing unpermitted gas well access roads in Fort Worth, to see if they could be contributing to extensive flooding to properties along the Trinity River.
A fisherman is facing a penalty for shooting an alligator he thought was attacking him and his buddy. But state game wardens have determined that the killing was not in self-defense.
A protest at Dallas City Hall Wednesday interrupted a discussion on gas wells that was months in the making.
The body of an 11-foot alligator has been found in North Texas, between Lake Worth and Eagle Mountain Lake, and state game officials will help investigate the death.
Dallas City Hall thinks taxpayer financing for property owners near the American Airlines Center will be a good deal—not just for those property owners, but for taxpayers and for small businesses across the Trinity River.
The city of Dallas is still weeks away from having the council formally set guidelines for gas drilling inside city limits. But a senior citizen who is unusually social media savvy is among a group of concerned people lobbying the city to take a conservative approach.
Huge cranes have been used to lift arch beams into place across the Trinity River for a new pedestrian bridge in Fort Worth.
Late Wednesday the city of Dallas Board of Adjustment formally closed the slaughterhouse operation at a controversial meat packing plant in Oak Cliff.