Mesquite Police Officer Indicted for Shooting Lyndo Jones
Dallas, TX - A Dallas County Grand Jury has indicted Derick Wiley, a former officer for the Mesquite Police Department, for shooting Lyndo Jones last month as Jones attempted to disable his truck's
Haven of Hope for Women opens doors for those in immediate need near Ennis
Ennis, TX - A women’s shelter in Ennis, Haven of Hope for Women, has opened its doors for those in immediate need of housing. Since the remodeling began in May,
Portable showers help homeless, others in North Texas
- Written by By ELVIA LIMON / The Dallas Morning News By ELVIA LIMON / The Dallas Morning News
- Category: Local Local
Plano, TX - Finding a place to take a shower was difficult for Todd Allan when he called a tent under LBJ Freeway his home earlier this year. It forced him to improvise.
Dallas native's medical testing company lands $1 million deal on 'Shark Tank'
Dallas, TX - A Dallas native who dived into the Shark Tank walked away with a $1 million loan and the marketing savvy of a celebrity investor from the hit ABC show.
The Watchdog: A favorite in-your-face moment and other sources of gratitude from 2017
- Written by Dave Lieber, The Dallas Morning News Dave Lieber, The Dallas Morning News
- Category: Local Local
Dallas, TX - Yes, The Watchdog is grateful for family and friends this Thanksgiving. But I'm also grateful for honest roofers, identity thieves who get captured and older adults who don't fall for stupid scams.
Missing Grand Prairie woman found unharmed following report of abduction
Carrollton, TX - The search for a Grand Prairie woman came to an end Thanksgiving evening after she and her estranged boyfriend were found unharmed in a wooded area in Irving.
As JFK theories linger, assassination buffs dig for gold in new files
Dallas, TX - It’s a beautiful blue-sky afternoon at Dealey Plaza, which is bad news for Mark A. Oakes. Four days a week, Oakes hauls folding tables and easels covered in newspaper clippings and historic photographs to the grassy knoll.
2 North Texas man gets prison in $6M diamond investment scam
Dallas, TX - Two North Texas men have been sentenced to federal prison over what prosecutors call a more than $6 million diamond investment scheme.
Nowhere to Go on Thanksgiving? This Dallas Restaurant Will Feed You For Free, No Strings Attached.
Dallas, TX - In 2016, for the first time in three years, Jack Perkins had a quiet Thanksgiving. The feeling was, as he tells it, a little weird. Perkins had sold The Slow Bone, his barbecue restaurant in the Design District,
Fired Dallas prosecutor needs to produce evidence against Uber driver or shut up
Dallas, TX - You're an assistant district attorney who got drunk and berated your Uber ride home to the point that he became concerned enough to call the police.