Car Slams Into Irving Building, No One HurtA building was damaged after a car clammed into it in Irving Friday morning. 
Irving Man Sentenced To Year In Prison For Fraud After Posing As Film ProducerAn Irving, Texas man received a year-long sentence for defrauding foreign citizens living in the U.S. by posing as a film producer.
Irving Resident Wins $1 Million From Scratch TicketAn Irving woman claimed a $1 million prize from an "Instant Millionaire" scratch ticket.
Police: Irving Officer Injured While Confronting Stolen Vehicle Suspect At Home DepotAn Irving officer was injured Sunday afternoon after he was pinned between two vehicles while confronting a suspect at a Home Depot, police said.
Man Killed By Irving Officers After Allegedly Shooting Wife, Police SayA man suspected of shooting his wife was killed by Irving officers during an exchange of gunfire Saturday morning, police said.
Irving-Based Chuck E. Cheese Files For BankruptcyChuck E. Cheese, the pizza chain popular among children's birthday parties, is filing for bankruptcy protection.
Irving-Based Boy Scouts Stand With Black Lives Matter: 'There Is No Place For Racism In Scouting'In a letter, the National Executive Committee says this is not a political issue, but a human rights issue and they join the country's resolve to do better.
Irving Baby Serenity Berry Found Safe, Mother Remains At-LargeSeven-month old girl, Serenity Berry, is safe and in CPS custody after being abducted in Irving on Sunday.
Search Continues For Missing 7-Month-Old Serenity Berry And Her Believed Abductor Jocelyn BridgesIt's been more than 12 hours since a baby, believed to have been abducted by her mother, went missing in Irving.
Amber Alert: Irving Police Searching For Abducted 7-Month-Old Serenity BerryIrving police are searching for an abducted 7-month-old girl who was taken by her mother.
Latest COVID-19 Deaths In Dallas County Include Man In 20s With No Underlying Conditions; 263 New CasesDallas County health officials reported 263 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday and that one of the latest deaths was an Irving man in his 20s who had no underlying health conditions.