North Texas Cities Cracking Down On New Year’s Eve Illegal Fireworks And GunfireFire and police departments across North Texas are preparing for an influx of calls on New Year’s Eve for illegal fireworks and gunfire -- some have even set up special operations to crack down on the activity.
North Texas Offering Party Options As CDC Says New Year's Celebrations Should Happen At HomeNorth Texas hotels and restaurants are preparing to host New Year’s Eve celebrations, despite public health warnings about the spread of COVID-19.
Mesquite Drops The Gavel, Takes 'Aggressive' Moves To Stop New Year’s Eve Gunfire, Fireworks & DWIAs 2021 quickly approaches officials in the City of Mesquite have a message for residents and visitors -- “We will make arrests, we will issue citations and we will be visible on New Year’s Eve.”
Grand Prairie Fire Department Invests In 'Crash Cushions' To Keep Crews Safe When Parked On RoadwaysThe nine-foot long trailers are hooked on the rear of fire engines to protect emergency crews when they are parked on roadways.
Non-Fatal Overdoses Rising For Children Under 15, Parents Should Store Meds SecurelyA new study released by the American Academy of Pediatrics found non-fatal overdoses are on the rise in children under the age of 15.
Tense Video Shows Texas Firefighters Saving Man Trapped Inside Burning HomeDramatic footage of firefighters in Bryan, Texas saving a man from a burning home was broadcast on the reality TV show 'Live Rescue.'
Arlington Teacher Resigns After She Says School COVID-19 In-Person Teaching Policy Left Her No ChoiceA teacher in the Arlington Independent School District says she had no choice but to resign out of concern over the coronavirus and the health of her family.
With Surge In Coronavirus Cases Dallas Judge Clay Jenkins Urges Residents To 'Stop In-Home Gatherings, Trips To Restaurants & Bars'On November 16 Dallas County Health and Human Services reported 1,831 new positive cases of COVID-19 and one additional death.
Aledo High School Head Football Coach Wants 'Knuckleheads' To Stop Partying, Prevent COVID-19 SpreadAledo High School’s Head Football Coach, Tim Buchanan is pleading to parents, students and the community to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
Voters To Decide On Record $3.7B Dallas ISD Bond ProposalThe bond would fund improvements for the district from safety and security upgrades, to new technology, as well as existing building renovations, 10 new facilities and 14 replacement schools.
Plano Neighborhood Used To Drawing Thousands Of Kids For Halloween, Cancels Trick-Or-Treating During PandemicThe Canterbury Drive neighborhood, known for attracting a lot of attention and large crowds this time every year, has decided it’s safer if people stay away.