Lyndo Jones, Unarmed Man Who Was Shot By Former Mesquite Officer Derick Wiley, Breaks His Silence After Not Guilty VerdictThe unarmed man shot by former Mesquite Police Officer Derick Wiley, spoke for the first time Friday after a Dallas County jury found Wiley not guilty of aggravated assault.
Reward Offered For Information About Missing Mother, Prisma ReyesThe family of a missing mother from Mesquite is now offering a reward for information leading to resolution in the case. 
Family Of Missing Mesquite Mother: 'She Would Never Leave Us'A Mesquite mother has been missing for nearly two days, and police are asking the public to help find her.
Mesquite Police Need Help Finding Missing MotherThe Mesquite Police Department seeks the public’s assistance in locating a missing mother who never picked up her child from the babysitter last night. 
North Texas Student Arrested For Social Media ThreatPolice said late Tuesday evening, they and Mesquite ISD found out about a non-specific threat related to an event that would happen on Thursday, February 14 at the school.
80-Year-Old Woman Robbed By Dallas Woman, Dragged By Vehicle In Mesquite RobberyA Dallas woman was charged with aggravated robbery and credit card abuse Saturday after robbing an 80-year-old woman in Mesquite, police say.
Missing 2-Year-Old In Mesquite Found SafeAn Amber Alert has been issued across North Texas as police in Mesquite search for a little girl and her grandmother.
Mesquite PD Chief Stands Behind Investigation Of Now-Indicted Former OfficerToday, Mesquite police Chief Charles Cato gave some details into the investigation of how a truck owner ended up with at least two bullets inside him and the process that lead to an officer being fired and ultimately indicted.
Texas Grand Jury Indicts Ex-Teacher's Aide Who Faked CancerA former North Texas teacher's aide who faked having cancer and took a car and donations from staff and students has been indicted on a count of theft of property.
Former Mesquite Teacher’s Aide Who Lied About Cancer SentencedThe former North Texas teacher’s aide who lied about having cancer and initially accepted donated money and a car has learned his fate for crimes committed in West Virginia.
Students Who Help Lying Teacher's Aide Treated To Sweet SurpriseThere was a sweet surprise today for some students in Mesquite. It was less than two weeks ago when a former teachers aide who lied about having cancer duped students, faculty and staff at Wilkinson Middle School.