Brother Of Dallas Officer Killed In 2016 Ambush Concerned About Safety During Latest Protests“You can’t bring awareness to a negative action with another negative action,” said Carlos Zamarripa, brother of fallen Dallas officer Patrick Zamarripa,
Dallas Protest Planned Despite 7PM Curfew: 'We Must Continue To Stand Our Ground'Some protesters have been arrested as the at-first peaceful demonstrations have turned into events of concern for public safety.
Dallas County Coronavirus Hospitalization Numbers Remain Flat, No New Deaths Reported MondayDallas County Health and Human Services reported 228 more positive cases of COVID-19 on Monday.
Tropical Storm Formation Possible In Gulf; Could Affect Texas Later This Week, Early Next WeekRemnants of what was once Pacific Tropical Storm Amanda have a 60% chance to strengthen back into a tropical storm as the system moves north.
Fort Worth ISD Superintendent Says Racism Must Be Addressed Head On: It's Time For All Leaders To Speak Up'Kent Scribner wrote a letter to the community about racism in the wake of last Monday's death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price Issues Curfew 'In Interest Of Public Safety'In the "interest of public safety," Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price has executed a declaration of emergency and implemented an 8 p.m. curfew.
Collin County Offers Housing Assistance For Those Impacted By COVID-19Collin County families and individuals impacted by COVID-19 can now apply online for housing and living assistance grants.
Austin Brewery Turns Into A Park So People Can Drink And Socially DistanceOn a typical weekend before the pandemic hit, about 2,000 people would flock to Jester King Brewery located on a scenic ranch on the outskirts of Austin.
Free Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing Offered In ArlingtonFree drive-thru COVID-19 testing continues to be available in Arlington for Tarrant County residents who meet testing eligibility criteria.
Dallas Police Searching For 'Disoriented' Man Last Seen On SundayPolice said Gary Wayne Lacik may be "disoriented and in need of assistance." He was last seen on foot in the 7700 block of Los Alamitos Dr. about 3 p.m.
North Texas Sees Spike In COVID-19 Cases, Protesters Gathering En Masse Sparks Concern About Fresh OutbreaksDallas County reported 228 new cases and one death. There were 50 more in Tarrant County, 16 in Denton and 15 new cases and one death in Collin County.
Fire Destroys House In Lavon, No One InjuredA fire consumed a house in Lavon in the 9600 block of Sunset Drive.
At Least 76 Arrested, Jailed On 1st Night Of Curfew For Parts Of DallasAt least 76 people were arrested and jailed on the first night of a curfew in and around Downtown Dallas after it was issued Sunday in response to violent protests.
Protesters Block West 7th Street Bridge In Fort Worth, Officers Use Tear GasProtesters blocked traffic on the West 7th Street bridge in Fort Worth Sunday evening, forcing police to use tear gas to disperse the crowd.
Prayer Vigil Held In Front Of Dallas Police HQ After 'Heartbreaking' WeekA prayer vigil was held in front of Dallas Police Headquarters Sunday afternoon after a "heartbreaking" week throughout the nation following the in-custody death of George Floyd.