Former Boeing 737 Chief Technical Pilot Indicted In North Texas For Fraud, 'Deceived The FAA'The former chief technical pilot for Boeing was indicted Thursday for deceiving the FAA in connection with the federal agency's evaluation of the 737 Max Airplane.
'It's Not Your Fault': Grieving The Loss Of A PregnancyIt’s a topic that’s not often talked about, but it affects many women.
'Encouraging Signs' As North Texas Leaders Hope To Avoid Fall COVID-19 Surge"Encouraged and cautiously optimistic," is the message from the Dallas nonprofit that uses data to track Covid-19 infections, vaccinations, and overall risk in our community.
UT Dallas-Developed Potential COVID-Detecting Breathalyzer Test Up For Possible Emergency Use AuthorizationDr. Shalini Prasad is a professor of bioengineering at UT Dallas as well as a research collaborator for Sotech Health. For the last 18 months, the two have been focused on creating the test.
Malfunctioning Alert System Causing Dallas Firefighters To Miss Calls, Arrive Late To Others“It’s been a year and a half since we’ve started to see more broad, widespread instances of these problems,” said Bill Zielinski, the city’s Chief Information Officer.
High-Speed Mesquite Police Chase Ends In Rockwall CountyMesquite Police were involved in a high-speed chase.
'We're Sorry' Southwest Airlines Apologizes, Offers Explanation For Stranding ThousandsSouthwest Airlines apologized on Thursday for stranding tens of thousands of passengers starting last week and said it was working to make sure it doesn't happen again.
Website That Included LGBTQ Resources Disabled After Texas Governor's Primary Challenger Criticized ItTexas CPS disabled a website with resources for LGBTQ youth after Gov. Greg Abbott's Republican primary challenger, Don Huffines, criticized its content on social media.
Dallas Police Asking For Help In North Dallas Murder CaseDallas Police are asking for the public's help in finding a man wanted in the murder of a man in Far North Dallas earlier this month.
As Cases Bounce From Court To Court, Texas Women Drive Hours For Abortions With Ban In EffectChanges in Texas law -- in particular the one banning abortions after about six weeks of pregnancy -- is having an impact on the mental and physical health of many women in the Lone Star State.
Dallas Police Trying To Identify Man Found Shot Dead Along Santa Anne AvenueIt began in Dallas with a call to perform a welfare check and ended with a man found shot dead in a parking lot.
Butterball, Kroger Ground Turkey Recall Prompted By Foreign Matter Contamination WorriesSome ground turkey products under the Butterball and Kroger brands are being recalled due to possible contamination.
Airports In Texas Rank High As TSA Recovers Record Number Of Firearms In First Nine Months Of 2021TSA officers stopped 4,495 passengers attempting to carry firearms through airport security checkpoints in the first nine months of 2021.
Texas Judge Bars United Airlines From Putting Unvaccinated Workers On LeaveA federal judge in Texas has extended a ban on United Airlines putting employees on unpaid leave for seeking a medical or religious exemption from getting the COVID vaccine.
Injured Dallas Firefighters Identified As Police Investigate Burglaries At Scene Of Apartment ExplosionMore than two weeks after an explosion at a south Dallas apartment complex there's a different kind of investigation taking place at the scene.