The latest UT Southwestern report shows pediatric COVID hospitalizations have more than doubled since January. Many teachers are choosing to retire early due to the pandemic. Students continue to face learning loss. Many are hospitalized with COVID-19.
The prestigious Star of Texas award is given to first responders who have been killed or were seriously injured while on duty. Several North Texans were honored this year including a Grapevine police officer who is now back on the job after being seriously injured.
Only weeks and in some cases just days into the new school year, some campuses are closing because of COVID-19 outbreaks.
Police are looking for a burglary suspect who had an unfortunate mishap with the TV he was trying to steal.
The Carrollton Police Department is mourning the loss of a 38-year-old police sergeant who recently retired. He died this week because of COVID-19.
Dallas ISD and Austin ISDs now have mask mandates. Houston ISD will decide on Thursday. Other school districts are still weighing their options, looking to see what developments come from the governor’s office and health officials.
A patient went on a joyride and even picked up his brother at a Dallas apartment after stealing an ambulance from a Plano hospital.
A 55-year-old Carrollton man was given a 63-year prison sentence in Collin County for intent to sell date rape drugs after he was found with the drugs following a high-speed chase.
A Farmers Branch man has been charged with murder in the shooting death of an 18-year-old at a Carrollton apartment complex Thursday afternoon.
Police said he’s hit multiple hospitals in the surrounding area, and the suspect has been doing this for months.
Carrollton police are looking for a blue sedan that sped past the police station and fired shots early Thursday morning.
Someone drove by and fired multiple shots at the Carrollton police building. Three officers who were arriving for their shift had to duck down to avoid being shot.
The Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD still has not taken any action against three teachers suspended more than five weeks ago over a racist question on a quiz.
One North Texas couple found out the hard way that COVID-19 can disrupt the best made plans, and at the worst possible time.
A couple from Carrollton is stuck in Mexico right now after both tested positive for COVID-19. Their three-day getaway has turned into a weeks-long medical ordeal.
A North Texas superintendent is apologizing for the hurt caused to Asian Americans by a racist question on a middle school social studies quiz.
The quiz asked, “Which one of these Chinese norms is true?” It was followed by answers referring to etiquette in a restaurant, punishment for children who steal candy and the consumption of certain animals.
A Carrollton man is the latest North Texan arrested in connection with the Capitol riot.
A man is accused of stabbing two people and strangling a third after a crash in Carrollton.
Gerardo Alvarez was arrested in Mexico for killing Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD Groundskeeping Supervisor Todd Fenton in 2013. Alvarez worked for the school district at the time and Fenton was his boss.