Investigators Don't Know Why Man Went On West Texas Shooting RampageHe had a misdemeanor on his record and no warrants out for his arrest, that has police trying to figure out why a man pulled over for a routine traffic stop in West Texas opened fire with an assault rifle.
Planned Electric Scooter Rally In Downtown Dallas, Deep Ellum Draws Ire Of Dallas PoliceIt's billed on Facebook as an LA-style takeover of downtown with more than 1,000 people interested in attending.
Rangers Fan Accused Of Harassing Hispanic Family At Globe Life Park Is Banned From Home GamesThe fan can no longer attend home games for the foreseeable future.
FBI Social Media Monitoring Could Lead To Privacy Clash With FacebookThe FBI could find itself in a face-off with social media companies over privacy, after the agency solicited proposals from outside vendors to monitor social media for threats.
Texas Rangers Ball Club Investigating Alleged Racial Harassment Of Hispanic Family At GameA man sitting behind the Romero family is said to have complained he was surrounded by illegal immigrants, and held up the middle finger while the family had a photo taken.
Texas Congressman Ron Wright Battling Lung CancerRep. Wright said his cancer treatment has not been easy, but it's been effective so far.
As U.S. Cyberbullying Cases Continue To Rise Girls Report More Harassment
Facebook Fined $5B For Privacy Violations, Ordered To Add OversightA new settlement with the Federal Trade Commission means Facebook will pay $5 billion in fines and must institute new privacy protections and oversight on its business. 
Twitter Hateful Conduct Policy Now Bans 'Dehumanizing' Posts Toward Religious GroupsSaying their goal is to "keep people safe", Twitter is now banning hate speech that targets religious groups by using dehumanizing language.
Mother Desperate To Find Wedding Ring Lost At Dallas Farmers MarketA wedding ring is always sentimental, but for Hanna Hart, it's especially so.
Border Patrol Under Fire After Inappropriate Facebook Posts By Agents SurfaceAfter learning of a secret Facebook group for U.S. Border Patrol agents, the head of the federal law enforcement agency condemned some comments made there as "completely inappropriate".