Teen Arrested For Shooting Death At Dallas Apartment ComplexAn 18-year-old was arrested and charged with murder after a shooting at an apartment complex in Dallas Saturday morning, police said.
Dallas County Sees Deadliest Week To COVID-19 Since Start Of PandemicDallas County ended its deadliest week since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic with 1,920 new cases and 21 more deaths.
Dallas County Man Charged In US Capitol Riot, Allegedly Threatened To 'Assassinate' Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-CortezCharges have been filed against a Dallas County man who allegedly participated in the Capitol attack and posted online death threats against Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and a U.S. Capitol Police officer.
FedEx Driver Dies After Truck Goes Off Freeway In DallasA FedEx driver died Saturday morning after the truck and trailer went off a freeway in Dallas and landed on a road, authorities said.
15-Year-Old Killed In Shooting Outside Family Dollar In DallasA teenage boy was killed in a shooting outside a Family Dollar store in Dallas Friday evening, and a 20-year-old has been charged in his death.
New Efforts In Dallas To Streamline COVID-19 Vaccination ProcessThe city of Dallas announced Friday the state had agreed to send it 5,000 doses to begin operating its own vaccination hub at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center.
Duncanville ISD Launching 'Operation Connection' To Help Students Struggling With Online Learning"We have about 55% of our students who are virtual. So they are at home learning and there are many challenges associated with that," said Duncanville ISD Superintendent Dr. Marc Smith.
How Does Dallas County Determine Priority List For COVID-19 Vaccines?With the wait list in Dallas County as high as 300,000 people, the county is using various software programs to determine the most vulnerable.
Rep. Beth Van Duyne Wants Investigation After National Guard Members Protecting US Capitol Sent To Garage For BreaksDuring a news conference in Fort Worth Friday, Van Duyne said, "I'm looking for an investigation to find out why they were treated the way that they were. I don't think there's an excuse for it."
Pause On Student Loan Payments 'Life Changing' For Some North Texans In Debt“I'm 34 now,” Charles Horton of Arlington said. “The debt that I collected for that one year of study has basically just traveled with me my whole adult life.”
Just Monkey Business: Baboon Spotted Wandering Around North Texas HomeA baboon (yes, a baboon) was spotted wandering around a home in Mineral Wells Friday morning, and it was captured on video by a local resident.