Arrest made after shooting at Dallas vigil for Greenville shooting victim
Greenville, TX - Dallas police have made an arrest after a vigil for one of the Greenville shooting victims ended with gunfire. Dozens of people gathered Sunday night at a Dallas park in Pleasant Grove to remember Kevin Barry Jr.
Credit card skimmer found at Arlington gas station
Arlington, TX - If you’ve swiped your card at the pump in Arlington recently watch out. A credit card skimmer was found at the Valero 330 Food Mart on the northeast corner of Pioneer Parkway and Park Springs Boulevard.
7 total tornadoes confirmed as power restored to thousands across Dallas-Fort Worth
Dallas Area - Four more tornadoes were officially added Tuesday to the swarm of storms that walloped North Texas on Sunday, bringing the total to seven, while thousands of businesses and homeowners dealt a glancing blow by the storms finally got their power restored.
Dallas Baptist University campus cleared after threat of bomb, armed attack leads to evacuation
Dallas, TX - Dallas Baptist University was evacuated Tuesday and remained on lockdown for more than four hours after a threat was called in to campus police.
Where To Find All the New Foods at the State Fair of Texas
Dallas, TX - The Big Tex Choice Awards took 49 new foods and judged them, eventually picking 10 to go forward to the championship. At the State Fair this year, you can choose from 28 throughout the park. Here is where to find them.
2 shot in car on I-20 in Dallas
Dallas, TX - Two people were injured in a shooting early Monday morning on I-20 near the I-35 south exit. The driver and a passenger were inside a vehicle heading eastbound on I-20 when the shooting happened.
They Still Won’t Say What Happened to the Chief? OK, This Is Getting Ridiculous.
Dallas, TX - Well, I think I just submitted the dumbest open records request of my 100-year career as a journalist. I sent it to the city. This was a tough decision. I swore I would not do this. Then I did it. My open records request was, “Where is the police chief?”
Counterfeit Bills Have Some Burned Dallas Business Owners Taking Extra Measures When Accepting Cash
Dallas, TX - It’s hard to imagine a business turning away cold hard cash, but some stores and shops in Dallas are establishing strict new standards for accepting currency after getting burned in recent days by counterfeit money.