Taco Bueno Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy ProtectionTaco Bueno filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Tuesday as part of a financial restructuring deal.
Rubber Toys From North Texas Company Recalled Due To LeadBSN Sports sold rubber critter toys online, including on Amazon.
Farmers Branch Lets Drivers Fight Traffic Tickets OnlineFarmers Branch is trying a new approach, allowing drivers to argue their cases without ever having to step foot in a courtroom.
Former Farmers Branch Officer Sentenced To 10 Years In Prison For Killing TeenJurors in Dallas on Tuesday sentenced a former Farmers Branch police officer to 10 years in prison for killing a teenager.
Sentencing Phase For Former FBPD Officer Found Guilty Of MurderThe former Farmers Branch police officer convicted of murdering a teenaged burglary suspect in 2016 is in court waiting to learn his fate.
Witnesses To Shooting Testify In Former Officer's TrialWitness after witness said during Ken Johnson's trial they saw the former Farmers Branch police officer shoot his gun at a car with two teenagers inside.
Farmers Branch Council Repeals Official Language ResolutionEnglish is no longer the "official language" of the city of Farmers Branch.
Voters Put The Brakes On Dallas County SchoolsNow, eight Dallas area school districts must figure out what to do without the bus agency known as Dallas County Schools.
One Parent Says They Shouldn't Be Blamed For Football BrawlThe Carrollton Longhorns say it's being unfairly blamed for starting the fight because one of their parents crossed the field to the other team's side.
Youth Football Teams' Seasons Over After BrawlParents from a North Texas youth football team say their team is being unfairly punished after a fight involving parents from both teams during a game between 9 and 10-year-olds on Monday.
North Texas Woman Pleads Guilty To Selling Heroin That Caused DeathNancy Pineda, of Farmers Branch, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to possess with the intent to distribute a controlled substance.
Heroin Dealers Arrested After Woman's Overdose Death At McDonald'sA Dallas-area man was charged by federal criminal complaint stemming from his role in selling the heroin that caused a young woman’s overdose death at a McDonald’s.