83-Year-Old Irving Man Dies From West Nile VirusAn 83-year-old Irving man has become the latest Dallas County resident to die from complications of West Nile Virus.
Rift Between Boy Scouts And Their Religious Partners Grows As Groups Wrestles With BankruptcyThere is worsening friction between the Boy Scouts of America and the major religious groups that help it run thousands of scout units. It's all centered around the group's very complex bankruptcy case.
Hundreds Of Irving Students Walk Out In Protest Of Alleged LGBTQ Discrimination Carrying rainbow flags, hundreds of students walked out of Irving’s MacArthur High School on Sept.22, protesting what they describe as targeted discrimination against the campus’ gay students and teachers.
Judge Begins Key Hearing On Boy Scouts Bankruptcy PlanThe Boy Scouts, based in Irving, sought bankruptcy protection in February 2020, seeking to halt hundreds of individual lawsuits and create a fund for men who say they were molested as children.
Judge Considering Key Rulings In Boy Scouts Of America Sex Abuse, Bankruptcy DealA year and a half after the Irving-based Boy Scouts of America sought bankruptcy protection amid an onslaught of child sex abuse lawsuits, a judge is poised to issue a ruling concerning their bankruptcy.
Boy Scouts Taking Bankruptcy Plan Before Judge For ApprovalRepresentatives for the Boys Scouts of America are expected in court today where they'll ask a judge to approve an $850 million agreement that is the foundation of their plan to emerge from bankruptcy.
1 Dead, 1 Injured In Shooting Involving Fight In Irving, Police SayPolice said they responded to the 7500 block of North MacArthur Boulevard at around 8:40 a.m. and found the two shooting victims.
Scratch Ticket Win Turns Irving Resident Into Texas' Newest Multi-MillionaireHump Day is probably a lot easier to get through for one person in Irving after they turned a $50 Texas Lottery scratch ticket purchase into $3 million.
North Texas Job Fair Hosted By Rep. Beth Van Duyne Attracts Hundreds Of EmployersHundreds of employers made their way to Irving Thursday to participate in one of the first in-person large-scale job fairs in North Texas since the pandemic began.
Irving Police Investigating After Man Empties Two Guns Firing At Car In Road Rage IncidentThe Irving Police Department is asking for the public's help identifying two cars involved in a recent road rage incident.
Irving Police Need Help Identifying Criminal Mischief Suspect Who Lost It At Gas StationLaw enforcement officials with the Irving Police Department are asking for help identifying a criminal mischief suspect who caused a ruckus at a gas station.
North Texas City's Struggle To Hire Lifeguards For Summer Leads To Pool ClosuresThree of Irving's five pools are closed because of this issue and two water facilities are running on modified schedules.
Man Sentenced To 12 Years For Helping Brother, Yaser Said, Avoid Capital Murder Arrest In IrvingYassein Said was sentenced to 12 years in prison for helping his brother, who is accused of murdering his own two teenage daughters in Irving, avoid arrest.
After Co-Sleeping Blamed For Deaths Of 2 Infants, Irving Police Share Safety Guidelines Irving police are warning parents and caretakers about the dangers of co-sleeping after two infants died in two separate incidents last week.
1 Dead, Another Injured After Shooting At Mountain Creek Reserve Park In IrvingA fight at Mountain Creek Reserve Park in Irving Thursday morning led to shooting that left one person dead and another injured, police said.