The band member was run over by the truck and suffered a fractured pelvis, multiple facial fractures and a broken clavicle.
Troy Smocks was sentenced to 14 months in prison for posting threats against Democrats and others on social media on Jan. 6
The U.S. Postal Service is looking at filling about 1,500 positions in the metroplex. USPS says they are hiring more this year to help keep up with demand. But there is concern about filling all these positions for the holiday season and how it might affect delivery dates.
FOX 4’s Shaun Rabb got personal with DFR Medical Director Dr. Marshall Isaacs about his tattoos. They mark his journey of overcoming and finding hope. He now hopes his tattoos will lead others to make a decision that could save their lives.
Dallas police arrested a suspected carjacker after a brief standoff. They fired bean bag rounds and pepper balls at him until he surrendered.
Police say the victim and his girlfriend connected with someone on an app to buy a gun. But police say the buyers became killers and brought fake money to the sale site in a Dallas parking lot.
North Haven Gardens, a plant and garden nursery in business for 70 years, rebuilt from the 2019 tornado only to suffer minor damage again from another tornado last May. The storms are one thing. But in some ways, the pandemic has helped the nursery. It was something realized with more people focused on enhancing their homes.
The arrest affidavit says Phillip Dankins argued with the mother of his baby, then later returned and fired several rounds into the apartment where a neighbor had been protecting the mother and child.
A North Texas accountant admitted to orchestrating a fraud scheme to get more than $23 million in forgivable PPP loans — which were intended to help small businesses struggling during the pandemic.
Southwest still plans on granting 'valid' requests
Dallas police filed criminal charges on Tuesday of deadly conduct against a suspect accused of causing the Sept. 29 apartment explosion by shooting into an apartment and damaging a gas line.
A suspect who stole three cars Tuesday morning crashed into another vehicle, ending a police chase in Dallas.
The new court at Paul Quinn College comes with a built-in history lesson. Historic images of the Dallas skyline during the 1920s are ingrained on the floor. The college's president says the depiction is a reminder of a time before racial integration.
Dallas police are investigating an attack on a woman in a Dallas Park. However, she wants to know why it took police a full day to respond.
Dallas police confirmed the boy was found safe. The father was taken into custody.
Leftover food from the State Fair of Texas is not going to waste.
Dozens of flight attendants, pilots and many other Southwest employees from different departments showed up to Monday’s protest. They say the airline is violating their personal rights.
State Fair of Texas officials announced more than 2.2 million people attended the fair in 2021 during its 24-day run, which ended Sunday.
Mohammad Afzal Afzali worked with the Americans as a translator. Friends and family who already live in North Texas went to the airport to greet him with signs and balloons.
The bronze sculpture, which was removed from the Dallas park in September 2017, is now at the Lajitas Golf Resort in Terlingua, Texas.