Are Video Doorbells And Neighborhood Watch Apps Generating More Fear Than Security?More than 900 police departments across the U.S. have partnered with Ring. But for many, the growing popularity of the doorbell video cameras is cause for alarm.
Package Thieves Taking Your Holiday Deliveries Could Now Face FelonyWhile package thefts are nothing new, there is a new state law in place that stiffens the penalty for multiple thefts.
Collin County Commissioners Pass Resolution In Support Of 2nd AmendmentThe 5-0 vote came after citizens shared a mix of opinions on the matter.
Billy Chemirmir Now Charged With 11 More Murders In Dallas AreaBilly Chemirmir, 46, has been in custody since March 2018 in the death of the 81-year-old Dallas woman, Lu Thi Harris.
North Texan Who Posed As Senior Caregiver Billy Chemirmir Indicted On 6 More Murder ChargesIn May 2018, Chemirmir was indicted in the killing of Lu Thi Harris, but law enforcement in several North Texas cities are investigating if other similar cases are linked to him.
Euless Police Urge Caution After Women Touched At Bob Eden ParkFour women reported being touched inappropriately at the park near Mid-Cities and North Industrial.
Police Departments Taking Extraordinary Steps To Try To Find Potential VictimsBilly Chemirmir is already in jail charged with murder. But police have linked him to at least three other attacks on women.
New Gas Leak Concerns In Northwest DallasLeaks have now been detected in a neighborhood west of the planned outage area.
Pup On The Run Captures The Hearts Of Roanoke ResidentsA one-year-old pup has earned the nicknames Houdini, Flash and Bullet, for evading capture for six weeks.
Woman Fighting Fine For Selling Tamales Without PermitA few months back, Dennise Cruz decided to whip up some masa, steam up some corn husks and post on Nextdoor she was selling tamales.
In Hot Housing Market, Buyers Getting Creative To Close The DealFrustrated buyers are turning to social media to help get a house.
Apps Help You Find The Best Candy On HalloweenGone are the days kids had to discover the best houses to get candy through trial and error. There are now apps for that.
Frisco Launches Private Social Network To Protect ResidentsFrisco police have a new way to keep a "virtual" eye on neighborhoods. The city is introducing Nextdoor, a private social network designed for neighborhoods to facilitate a virtual neighborhood watch group.