WATCH: Southlake DPS Wants ID Of Brake-Checking Biker In Group Doing StuntsThe Southlake Department of Public Safety is seeking the public's assistance in identifying a biker who they say drove with "extreme reckless behavior" last week.
In Midst Of Officer Shortage, Dallas Police Department Welcomes Largest Recruiting Class In 28 YearsEighty percent of the 65 recruits come from Texas. A little less than half of them have a military background.
Over 2 Dozen Dallas Officers Disciplined After Offensive Social Media PostsDallas police officials say more than two-dozen officers face disciplinary measures after they were found to have posted bigoted or other offensive material to social media in violation of the department's code of conduct, including mocking protesters who were pepper-sprayed.
Pieces Of Art To Honor The 5 Fallen Officers Of Dallas' July 7 Ambush AttackDallas will honor the lives of the five officers that were killed in the July 7, 2016 ambush attack in the most personal way it knows how — art.
Texas Officers Punished Amid Nationwide Fallout Over Racist, Violent Facebook PostsPolice officers in Texas are facing consequences amid nationwide fallout over racist and violent Facebook posts revealed by a watchdog group.
Police Investigate Barricaded Man Inside Plano HomePolice officers in Plano were on the scene of a barricaded person at a home in the 1500 block of Janwood Drive north of Plano Parkway between Alma and Custer.
Dallas Cowboys Defensive Lineman Tyrone Crawford Charged With Misdemeanor After Bar BrawlAccused of instigating a fight, Crawford pleaded not guilty and now has a pretrial hearing scheduled for June 13.
Dallas Expands Powers Of Police Oversight BoardThe Dallas City Council has expanded the powers of the independent panel that oversees city police and hears complaints about officer misconduct.
Study: Fort Worth Police Department Needs More Than 300 Officers In Next DecadeOne recommendation is to hire 35 sworn officers, mostly patrol officers, each year, along with ten civilians to work with the department.
Volunteers Bring Meals To Hundreds Of North Texas First Responders On Christmas DayThe group, Feed A Hero, prepared food and packed their cars with warm meals Christmas morning and drove across the Metroplex to deliver lunch to about 4,500 police officers, firefighters and paramedics.
Irving Police Launch Drone Program: 'It May Help Us Catch A Suspect'The Irving Police Department is training nearly two dozen officers to be drone pilots, in an effort to have the aircraft available for use around the clock.