McKinney Police Collecting Old Cell Phones To Help Domestic Violence Victims Escape AbusersAn essential tool to help women escape abusive relationships is becoming harder to come by, according to those who operate women's shelters.
Security Improvements Being Implemented Following Domestic Shooting At Fort Worth Pee Wee Football GameThe Fort Worth Longhorns tell CBS 11 they've decided from now on, there will be private security and police officers at their games.
U.S. Marshals Seek Suspect Accused Of Shooting Ex-Girlfriend After She Drops Kids At SchoolAccording to police the suspect, 51-year-old Bobby Ray Jefferson, pulled up next to woman's car and started firing during rush hour. 
Wife Survives Shotgun Blast From Angry Husband Before His OverdoseA 53-year-old woman survived domestic violence at the hands of her husband, who shot her with a .410 shotgun during an argument.
Police: Man Opens Fire On Ex-Girlfriend's Car After She Drops Kids At SchoolPolice in Arlington are searching for a man who they say opened fire on his ex-girlfriend after the woman dropped her kids off at school.
Police: Woman Charged After Allegedly Cutting Boyfriend's NoseA 30-year-old woman was arrested after allegedly cutting her 43-year-old boyfriend with a knife, causing his nose to bleed.
US Attorney General Bill Barr In Dallas To Discuss City's Violent CrimeU.S. Attorney General Bill Barr will visit Dallas Wednesday afternoon to talk about the city’s violent crime problem.
Arlington Police: Man Killed In Crash Was Attempting To Ram Woman's Vehicle In Domestic Violence IncidentPolice said it happened shortly after 5:45 p.m. in the 700 block of W. Division Street near N. Cooper Street.
Domestic Violence Call Leads To Multiple Charges, 2 ArrestsHood County Sheriff’s Office Deputies arrested a 25-year-old man for allegedly holding his 40-year-old girlfriend at knife point during an argument. 
Bystander Shot Trying To Help Woman In Domestic DisputeAn innocent man who tried to help a woman involved in a domestic dispute was shot in the parking lot of a Dallas apartment complex.
Mental Health Diversion Program To Expand To HoustonHouston-area law enforcement officials are expanding a program to keep low-level misdemeanor offenders with mental health problems out of jail.