Two additional suspects were arrested for the murder of a Preston Hollow woman.
Trump made it clear again he does not support the idea of taking money and resources away from police. He spoke ahead of a high-dollar fundraiser at a North Dallas home scheduled for Thursday evening.
The federal government will not help Dallas and Dallas County pay for damages from last fall’s tornado.
There was large show of support for a group of local black teens on Sunday.
Two upscale shopping centers in Dallas will remain closed to try to prevent looting and vandalism.
Dallas police arrested a 16-year-old who they believe is responsible for the murder of a North Dallas woman in her driveway.
Dallas police are in the middle of a murder investigation, and are hoping technology is on their side.
Dallas police are looking for video and any leads on the killer who shot a woman in her own driveway on Memorial Day in North Dallas.
Restaurants can now allow more people inside their doors. But some owners believe it will still be a struggle to make a profit.
Texas malls are among the places that can open again starting Friday. But there will be new rules for shoppers.
A portion of the Dallas North Tollway was closed for some time Sunday morning because of a fiery crash that killed three people in North Dallas.
The goal is to allow the many people with essential jobs to obtain childcare while they go to work, but some day care centers may choose to close. It also appears the county is relying on people with non-essential jobs to police themselves.
Another North Texas shopping center is temporarily closing to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
For the first time since a tornado ripped through North Dallas in October, members of a church were able to meet in a temporary new home.
A 7-year-old wants to help a neighborhood rebuild after the Dallas tornado.
The Preston Oaks Shopping Center, at the southeast corner of Royal Lane and Preston Road, was deemed a complete loss. But the demolition is a big step forward for owners trying to rebuild and reopen.
A North Dallas fire station damaged by storms in October will be demolished Tuesday.
Homeowners and businesses in North Dallas are still dealing with the impacts from a tornado that touched down more than three-months ago, when an EF-3 tornado destroyed three Dallas ISD schools and forced dozens to leave their homes.
Dallas police are asking for tips identifying a man who exposed himself to a girl as she was walking to school.
Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson met with other leaders on Wednesday to discuss what to do with money donated to tornado victims as the first business in a damaged shopping center has reopened.