Body Found Near Golf Course In IrvingThe body of a man was found in a brush area near a golf course in Irving Saturday afternoon, police say.
Texas Live! Hosting Hiring Fair Monday To Fill Over 200 PositionsThe positions range from entry-level to management jobs and include servers, kitchen and event staff, and bartenders.
Dallas County Sees Fifth Deadliest Week To COVID-19, 'Good Trends' In HospitalizationsDallas County Judge Clay Jenkins said this week saw the fifth-most deaths to the virus, but he's "hopeful" the death counts will decrease due to case numbers declining.
Arrest Of Dallas Officer For Capital Murder A Blow To Trust Within CommunityAt the time of his arrest, Bryan Riser patrolled in Dallas' South Central Division, a community where the department is working to build better relationships with residents.
Police: Man Stabbed To Death While Walking To His Car From His Business In RichardsonRichardson police say Ronni Rihani, 48, of Murphy was found dead Thursday evening on a sidewalk in the 500 block of West Campbell Road.
1 Dead In Crash With Possible Intoxicated Driver Who Also Had Child In Vehicle, Dallas Police SayA driver who was possibly intoxicated and had at least one child in his vehicle caused a crash that left another driver dead in Dallas Saturday morning, police say.
1 Injured, At Least 24 Units Destroyed After Fire At Fort Worth Apartment ComplexCrews in Fort Worth battled a fire Friday evening that sent one person to the hospital and destroyed at least 24 units at an apartment complex.
'This Is Beyond Bullying': Justice Sought For Plano ISD Boy Allegedly Abused By Haggard Middle School StudentsSeMarion Humphrey's mother said she has been reporting bullying incidents to his school for months. However, the tipping point came from an incident at a sleepover last month.
Data Shows 66% Drop In Risk Of Contracting COVID-19 In Dallas CountyA non-profit that maps COVID-19 hotspots says the data shows a massive 66% drop in the risk of contracting the virus in Dallas County in February.
2 People Dead After Crash Caused By Wrong-Way Driver In Irving, Police SayTwo people were killed Friday in a crash that police said was caused by a driver going the wrong way on a highway in Irving.
Why Public Utility Commission Won't Reverse Alleged ERCOT Overcharges And What It Could Mean For YouAn independent firm hired by the state to watch the Texas power market accused ERCOT of overcharging companies by $16 billion.