Arlington Woman Stabs Self While Trying To Cut Man At Restaurant A woman was hospitalized after police say she tried to stab a man at an Arlington restaurant, but missed – and ended up striking herself in the hand instead.
“True Justice... Would Be George Floyd Being Alive Today” - Community Leaders, Criminology Expert Weigh In On Chauvin VerdictFrom community leaders to criminology experts, people in North Texas have been weighing in on the Derek Chauvin trial.
Mild Celebrations In Downtown Dallas Follow Derek Chauvin Guilty VerdictA handful of social justice groups met up at Dallas City Hall to celebrate the news Tuesday night.
Quarantined Carrollton Police Cruiser Still Off Limits After Doves Hatch Near HoodA pair of dove eggs on a Carrollton Police SUV, the department has been protecting for the last three weeks by keeping the vehicle out of service, have hatched.
'Verdict Not Justice, It's Accountability': North Texas Leaders React To Derek Chauvin Guilty On All CountsChauvin was found guilty of second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree unintentional murder and second-degree manslaughter in the death of George Floyd last year.
North Texas Counties To Transition To Smaller COVID-19 Vaccine SitesFewer drive-through sites are likely, in favor of mobile clinics in neighborhoods, community centers, churches and eventually workplaces.
$9,000 In Funeral Reimbursement From FEMA Available For COVID-19 DeathsDue to the sensitive nature of the program, FEMA is only accepting applications by phone – not online.
Derek Chauvin Guilty On All 3 Counts In George Floyd’s DeathFollowing nearly a year of protest, introspection and raw emotion, former Minneapolis officer Derek Chauvin has been found guilty of second-degree murder and two other charges in Floyd’s death.
'They (Public) Don't Pay Attention To It Like They Used To' Warns Amber Alert Co-Founder Dee AndersonDPS said the current criteria includes enough information to help locate the child, a suspect, or a related vehicle - and not all three are necessary.
Now Hiring: Lone Star Park Looking To Fill More Than 400 Jobs For Thoroughbred Racing SeasonLone Star Park in Grand Prairie is looking to hire more than 400 workers for its upcoming Thoroughbred Racing Season starting April 22 through July 11.
Protecting Plants And Flowers From Possible Late North Texas FreezeCalloway’s Assistant Manager Nathaniel Meeks said trees, larger plants and shrubs should be able to survive. For smaller plants and flowers, it’s a good idea to protect them.
Texas Amber Alert Monday Deemed A Hoax, Plano Man ArrestedJose Penaloza-Estrada was aware of the girls being a subject of an Amber Alert and their Missing Person status. He was arrested and charged with Harboring Runaway Child.
Agents Seize Banned Chicken Lollipops Manifested As Men's Sweaters At DFW AirportA supposed shipment of "sweaters" from Hong Kong was seized at DFW airport when it turned out it really contained chicken lollipops, which aren't allowed in the U.S. due to animal disease concerns.
Reducing Your Environmental Footprint: How To Reuse, Recycle, RepurposeThe ultimate goal is to reuse, recycle, and repurpose. And if none of those fit the bill, then throw it away.
Freeze Warning For Parts Of North Texas As Record Cold Arctic Air Pushes SouthAn unusually strong cold front is moving into North Texas this Tuesday morning with temperatures dropping off behind it.