The Dallas Police Department and Dallas County Health and Human Services were out in Far Northeast Dallas Saturday morning to help people sign up for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson visited the new COVID-19 vaccine clinic at Methodist Dallas Medical Center Thursday morning and said it was running smoothly and quickly.
Hundreds of people lined up in Oak Cliff Friday to register for an appointment to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Dallas police are seeking help to solve a homicide of a California man who spent time in Dallas, and who was shot and killed along I-35 in Oak Cliff.
The man who was arrested for allegedly killing someone and setting a Celina home on fire is now being described as a serial killer, and was charged with the recent murder of an SMU student in Downtown Dallas.
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In May, city leaders passed an ordinance to crack down on the dangerous drivers, but some homeowners have said the problem seems to be getting worse.
A Dallas ISD teacher at Nancy Cochran Elementary School has passed away after testing positive for COVID-19.
A new basketball court in Oak Cliff will honor former professional basketball player Andre Emmett after the Texas Tech star was murdered outside his home last year.
A new park is being built in South Oak Cliff.
A woman was caught on cell phone video going berserk allegedly over a Dallas store’s face mask policy.
A Dallas PD officer is recovering from a gunshot wound suffered Saturday night during an officer-involved shooting in Oak Cliff.
Dallas police are looking for the person who opened fire on a motorcycle rider in South Oak Cliff.
The North Texas Food Bank continues to see high demand at drive-thru distribution events.
A Dallas police officer was injured in an early morning chase Thursday.
A leak in a sewage line spilled sewage on the campus of the newly-renovated South Oak Cliff High School.
A Dallas County jury on Friday convicted one of the four men connected to the kidnapping and murder of a Lancaster teenager, and then sentenced him to 99 years in prison.
Both sides have rested in the first state trial for one of the people accused of being involved in criminal activity that led to the kidnapping and killing of a 13-year-old girl.
She admitted under questioning by prosecutor Krystal Biggins that she did not tell police or anyone what she knew until much later. LaDoris told the court she didn’t because she was scared they might come after her.
An FBI agent testified Monday about a 13-year-old murder victim whose body was found in an abandoned Oak Cliff home.