Welcome to Peyton Yager who will be joining the KDFW-TV news team on Monday March 22, 2021 as a Nightside Reporter. At KFOR-TV in Oklahoma City, Peyton covered crime issues, politics and the developments and impact of COVID 19. As the lead Reporter for nightly newscasts, she often reported on exclusive stories.
"I’m ready to work for the people of North Texas and the powerhouse that is FOX 4. I’m blessed to be back in my home state," Yager said.
Police now say the two girls who disappeared from a flea market in Seagoville planned and faked their abduction. A man who allegedly helped them is facing charges.
Police say two teenage girls from East Texas who were the subjects of an Amber Alert after vanishing in Dallas County have been found safe in Plano.
A 3-year-old girl is dead after an accidental shooting at a Fort Worth park Sunday afternoon.
A suspected drunk driver is accused of killing a Fort Worth woman in Arlington early Friday morning.
An assistant basketball coach for the University of North Texas was killed in a crash early Friday morning in Wise County.
Concerns about a rare side effect of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine forced North Texas providers to either cancel or redirect their vaccination efforts.
A police officer in Rockwall County is out of the hospital with just a few minor injuries after he was hit by an SUV over the weekend. He says it could have been much worse.
A 38-year-old Dallas woman who spent months in the hospital recovering from COVID-19 is now back home with family.
Family and friends of an Allen family killed in a mass murder-suicide earlier this week gathered outside their home Saturday to remember them.
People in Dallas County will soon be able to get a vaccine without an appointment needed.