Man Arrested In Wife's Death In North Richland HillsVictor L. Baxter was charged with the murder of his wife, Mary on Monday. He bond is set at $350,000.
North Richland Hills Police K-9 Shot After Chase Returns To DutyA North Richland Hills police dog who was shot during a chase in January has returned to the line of duty after recovering at home.
North Texas Officer To Walk To State Capitol To Honor Those Killed In Line Of Duty Last YearNorth Richland Hills Police Sgt. Ben Wright will walk for several days on a journey to the Peace Officers’ Memorial at the Texas Capitol starting on April 28.
North Texas Police K-9 ShotNorth Richland Hills Police said one person was rushed to the hospital and a police K-9 was also struck and taken away for treatment.
Silver Alert Continues For Missing North Richland Hills ManPolice continue to search for a missing elderly man at the center of a Silver Alert.
Police: 2 Children, 1 Adult Dead In Apparent Murder-SuicidePolice in North Richland Hills are investigating what they call an apparent murder-suicide involving two small children and an adult male.
Shoplifting Suspect Fleeing From Officers Struck, Killed On Loop 820Police in North Richland Hills say a shoplifting suspect was struck by a vehicle and killed on NE Loop 820 Sunday as he was fleeing from officers.
NRH Police Looking For Attempted Child AbductorThe North Richland Hills Police are currently investigating a report of an attempted abduction that occurred on Thursday morning.
Former Church Volunteer Arrested For Sexual OffensesFrancisco Guevara, 65, of Colleyville, was arrested Wednesday on two charges for continuous sexual abuse of a child and one charge of indecency with a child.
Police: Alleged Dispute Leads To Murder In North Richland HillsThe North Richland Hills Police Department is investigating an incident at the 7600 block of Boulevard 26 that left one person dead after an alleged dispute.
Thief Or Thieves Strike Women's Shelter AgainThe staff at the Battered Women’s Foundation in North Richland Hills say the break-ins began around the July Fourth holiday.