BIG3 Basketball Returning To Dallas Next Month With More Games, Music FestivalThis time the event is showcasing six games and bringing in concerts for the basketball festival.
Chrystal Jackson, The Aunt Of 18-Month-Old Found In Texas Landfill, ArrestedThe body of an 18-month-old boy was found in a North Texas landfill one week ago. Now the woman who had been granted custody of the toddler is behind bars.
Dallas Cowboys To Open New Fitness Center In Frisco This WinterThe Dallas Cowboys announced Thursday that the AT&T Discovery District in downtown Dallas will be the location for the newest Cowboys Fit, a "world-class" fitness center.
Dallas Police Searching For Suspect Who Shot Man At Convenience StorePolice in Dallas are looking for a gunman who shot and injured a man outside a convenience store.
50 Vehicles Repossessed At Kamkad's Alfa Romeo Of DallasThe lender of an embattled North Texas car company repossessed fifty luxury vehicles from a Dallas dealership today.
Suspect In Wrong-Way Crash That Killed Carolyn Davis, Daughter Was Previously Convicted 5 Times For DWIThe suspect who is accused of causing a crash that killed former Dallas city councilmember Carolyn Davis and her daughter was previously arrested and convicted five times for driving while intoxicated.
Man Killed In Wrong-Way Head-On Crash In Dallas, Suspected Drunk Driver In Critical ConditionThe victim is an Arkansas man whose car was hit head-on by a driver who was critically injured and facing criminal charges if he survives.
Dallas Icon Ross Perot Remembered As Visionary, Philanthropist, Family ManHighland Park Methodist Church estimates about 1,300 invited guests attended the memorial service.
Judge Rules Jim's Car Wash In Dallas To Close Friday After 4 People Shot There Last MonthThe judge ruled Monday afternoon, Jim's Car Wash will close on Friday, July 19.
24-Year-Old Who Drowned At Joe Pool Lake Was An Athlete, Former LifeguardThe Dallas man who drowned over the weekend at Joe Pool Lake was a standout athlete, even a former lifeguard.
5 Weeks After Crane Collapse Destroyed Dallas Apartments, Former Tenants Still Waiting For Their Things: 'I Want My Stuff Back'The company that owns the now-uninhabitable apartments, has promised recovery crews would started working 10 to 12-hour days removing former tenants' personal items.