Interstate 45 Shut Down In Dallas After Big Rig Overturns Across Traffic LanesThe big rig's front load appeared broken into several pieces.
TSA Extends Federal Face Mask Requirement For Public Transit Through March 18The TSA is reminding travelers that it has extended the mask requirement for individuals using public transit throughout the US through March 18, 2022.
Dallas Police Investigating After Man Shot To Death At Overlook Ranch ApartmentsDallas homicide detectives are investigating after man was killed at the Overlook Ranch Apartments on Jan. 12.
Amid Challenging 2022 Midterm Election for Democrats, Republicans Hope To Turn Dallas County Red In NovemberRepublicans said they hope to take advantage of the 2022 midterm elections, which favor their party over the Democrats under President Joe Biden.
Men Who Allegedly Kidnapped South Dallas 14-Year-Old Charged With Production Of Child PornographyTwo men who allegedly kidnapped a 14-year-old girl off the streets of Dallas were charged with producing sexually explicit images of the child.
Black Lives Matter Crosswalk Unveiled In Dallas Ahead Of MLK DayMartin Luther King Jr's birthday will be commemorated in Dallas with the unveiling of a city project meant to encourage unity.
Dallas Police Searching For Robbery Suspect Who Shot Store Clerk In StomachPolice in Dallas are searching for a robbery suspect who shot a clerk in the stomach at a business on 10300 North Central Expressway. 
2 Killed In Separate Traffic Fatalities In Dallas Over The WeekendTwo people were killed over the Jan. 7 weekend on Dallas roadways.
Restaurants & Bars Hampered By COVID-19 Sickening Workers, Even Closing For Several WeeksRestaurants and bars have struggled during the pandemic as shutdowns and lack of customers have hampered their operations.
High Demand For COVID-19 Tests After Dallas Hits Record Number Of Cases For Second Day In A RowFriday Dallas county set a new daily COVID-19 cases for the second day in a row. More than 6,500 new cases were reported, the highest case numbers since September.  
DFW Live Performance Theaters Prepare For Next COVID-19 WaveThe COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on local live performance theaters closed the curtain on several shows, even some shutting down for good.