Officer Bryan Riser was taken into custody Thursday morning after being accused of two murders.
The University of North Texas is planning to hold full in-person classes starting in the fall semester.
Firefighters had to use rescue tools to free several trapped adults and children after a wreck in Fort Worth Thursday morning.
A school district in Kaufman County is already vaccinating its teachers.
Capitol Police have requested that members of the National Guard continue to provide security at the U.S. Capitol for another two months.
Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson has issued an order requiring face masks in all city-owned buildings.
Law enforcement is on high alert around the U.S. Capitol after intelligence uncovered a “possible plot” by a militia group to storm it again.
A woman died when her pickup truck landed upside down in a creek overnight in the southern Dallas County suburb of Lancaster.
The FBI arrested Denton PD Officer David Schoolcraft but did not release any information about why.
Arlington ISD teachers and staff are eligible to receive the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.
Kelley says the 5-year-old twins survived with only minor injuries because their mother threw her body in front of them to block the impact. The speeding driver was on a suspended license, had 5 current suspensions, 2 warrants, and 2 prior convictions.
While the governor defended his decision to reopen Texas, FOX 4 is learning he didn't directly consult at least three of his four chief medical advisers on his COVID-19 strike force.
In an emergency meeting Wednesday night, board members for the agency that manages the state's power grid voted to fire its CEO.
Families are still awaiting word from Texas Health and Human Services on what changes, if any, they might see at long-term care facilities.
Charley Torres, 35, used what little strength he had left to record a video from his hospital bed to express his love to his children before dying from COVID-19.
In this week's Trackdown, words exchanged inside an Oak Cliff 7-Eleven ended with a man being chased down and killed.
Kroger and Target will still require customers to wear a mask at Texas locations, but other grocers like Albertsons and Tom Thumb now say mask wearing will be optional.
March 15 will mark one year since Amy Watson, a preschool teacher from Oregon, first began suffering with COVID-19 symptoms, and she still has a fever. “Today is day 353,” said Watson on March 3.
Dallas City Council members grilled Oncor executives about why the blackouts during last month’s winter storm were not rolling, and why it took so long to be honest with customers.
Dee Rias says there’s an important message for the African American community, so others don’t have the same brush with death as her mom.