DA: Walmart Mass Shooting Suspect Patrick Crusius Faces New ChargesProsecutors say the man accused of killing 22 people and wounding two dozen more at a Walmart in Texas is expected to be reindicted Thursday.
DCHHS Reports 14 More Deaths From Coronavirus; Deadliest Day County Has Seen YetDallas County health officials reported 14 more deaths from the coronavirus Tuesday, making it the deadliest day the county has seen this far.
Tarrant County Reports 6 New Coronavirus Fatalities; Death Toll Surpasses 100Tarrant County Public Health (TCPH) reported six new coronavirus fatalities, bringing the county's death toll to 101.
2 Women Dead, 5-Year-Old Child Injured After Multi-Vehicle Crash In DallasTwo women have died and a child is injured following a multi-vehicle crash in Dallas Friday night.
3 Dead After Wrong-Way Crash On Dallas North TollwayIt is believed that the wrong-way driver entered the DNT at Belt Line and traveled south for approximately one minute before the crash.
AP Source: Walmart Shooting Suspect Patrick Crusius Faces Hate Crime ChargesThe government has filed hate crime charges against, Patrick Crusius, the man who said he was targeting Mexicans and shot to death 22 people at a Walmart store in El Paso in August.
El Paso Shooting Suspect Patrick Crusius Pleads Not Guilty For Mass Murder That Left 22 DeadNorth Texan Patrick Crusius has pleaded not guilty to capital murder in the fatal shooting of 22 people at an El Paso Walmart this summer.
2 People Dead, 3 Injured After Fort Worth CrashTwo people have died and three others are injured after a fatal crash in Fort Worth early Sunday morning.
Suspected El Paso Shooter Patrick Crusius Lived In North Texas; Attended High School In Frisco, PlanoThe man suspected of shooting and killing multiple people near an El Paso mall Saturday afternoon has been identified as 21-year-old Patrick Crusius of Allen.
New Efforts Underway To Reduce Texas Work Zone DeathsThe warnings to slow down while driving through work zones have never been more important in Texas.
TxDOT: Work Zone Fatalities Are On The RiseAccording to the Texas Department of Transportation, work zone fatalities across the state increased 9 percent in 2017 -- resulting in nearly 100 deaths and more than 800 serious injuries.
Bracing For Harvey's Return, Worry Renews: Is Worst To Come?Officials acknowledge the grim reality that fatalities linked to Hurricane Harvey could soar once the devastating floodwaters recede from one of America's most sprawling metropolitan centers.
22 Dead, 50 Injured After Explosion At Manchester ArenaThe attack was conducted by a suicide bomber, two U.S. law enforcement sources tell CBS News.
Study: Road Improvements Could Save Thousands Of LivesA new report claims that making just a few road improvements would save a lot of lives in Texas and across the country.
TxDOT Urging Drivers To 'End The Streak' Of Roadway FatalitiesToday marks a grim anniversary for the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) and drivers in the Lone Star State.