911 Operator Knew Hunt Co. Double Homicide VictimsHunt County Sheriff Randy Meeks said the 911 operator who answered a call from a woman in distress knew the victim.
Tips To Survive A Mass ShootingAs the nation wrestles with yet another mass casualty shooting, this time at a nightclub in Orlando -- we must reconsider our use of the word 'unthinkable.'
Protests Planned For Donald Trump During Dallas VisitViolence outside a Donald Trump rally in San Jose raised questions about what will happen when the presumptive Republican nominee visits Dallas next Thursday.
Missing Richardson Woman's Boyfriend Accused of MurderRichardson police have charged Jason Lowe with murder, as they continue the search for his girlfriend, Jessie Bardwell 27.
Judge Issues Gag Order In Case Of Slain, Mentally-Disabled TeenA West Texas judge has issued a gag order in the case of a pregnant, mentally disabled teen found slain with her uterus removed.
Four Shootings, Five Victims, One Person Dead After Violent Night In DallasOne person is dead after a violent night in Dallas that had police working at four different shootings in south Dallas.
Child Protective Services Veteran To Lead Dallas-Area OperationsIn the wake of the beating death of a 4-year-old Grand Prairie girl, a new director was named to the Dallas-Fort Worth CPS office.
Murder Rate Surges In Dallas, Up 71 PercentThe City of Dallas has a murder rate that’s up 71 percent this year compared to 2015.
Sherman Police Find Bodies Of Man, Woman And Two ChildrenPolice found the bodies of two adults and two children inside a home in Sherman this evening.
Ukrainian Concert Pianist At Center Of Benbrook Murder MysteryA world renowned concert pianist is now at the center of a murder mystery in Benbrook.
New Efforts To Improve Safety For Uptown Bar SceneAn Uptown Dallas bartender attacked at work two weeks ago is back on the job and grateful for new security on McKinney Avenue.
Referees Struggle With Respect Amid Growing HostilityBy all accounts from those involved, finding and retaining referees is becoming more and more difficult. In fact, recognizing the potential shortage, many desperate state high school associations have taken lead roles in recruiting new talent to an aging workforce facing startlingly hostile conditions.