Coronavirus In Texas: 2 More Fort Worth Officers Test Positive For COVID-19Two additional Fort Worth Officers have tested positive for COVID-19.
Coronavirus In Texas: Tide Offers Free Laundry Service To First RespondersLightening the load for first responders in Dallas, Tide Cleaners locations are offering free laundry service during the coronavirus pandemic. 
2 Fort Worth Police Officers Test Positive For Coronavirus, Both In 'Good Spirits' Despite SymptomsBoth worked in the same unit and had "limited close contact with others while at work," the department stated.
Officer Killed, Another Injured By Vehicle During South Texas Traffic StopAuthorities say a vehicle slammed into a parked patrol car during a police traffic stop in Corpus Christi, killing one officer and injuring another Friday night.
13 Dallas Police Officers Disciplined For Social Media Posts That Violated Department PolicyThe discipline handed out ranges from documented counseling to suspensions without pay.
Texans Say 'Thanks' To Police On National Law Enforcement Appreciation DayNational Law Enforcement Appreciation Day was created in 2015 to thank officers across the country for their daily sacrifices.
2 Cops Shot, Killed In Line Of Duty Hours Apart From Each OtherTwo police officers were shot and killed in the line of duty only hours apart from each other Saturday night.
'Heroic' Dallas Officers Being Kept Away From Awards Banquet Due To Internal Affairs InvestigationsOfficers were told the department would be enforcing a seldom-used and vague rule that basically says any officers with open internal affairs investigations cannot attend.
DPD: Hiring Outpaced Attrition In Past YearFor the first time in years, the Dallas Police Department gained more officers than it lost.
3 Dead, 3 Injured After 18-Wheeler Explodes On I-35W Near DentonThree people are dead and traffic was snarled after an 18-wheeler exploded on I-35 W, according to the Denton Fire Department.
Bodycam Video Shows Texas Officers On Horseback Leading Handcuffed Man By RopeIn August Galveston police apologized after white officers on horseback led a handcuffed black man down city streets by rope -- now the department has released the bodycam video.