Dallas police are trying to figure out who opened fire during a fight outside a business early Sunday morning, hurting two people.
Dallas police have announced two arrests in the shooting at an outdoor festival last month that left one person dead and 16 injured, including one person with a gunshot wound to the head.
The city of Dallas announced it's filing a lawsuit related to this month's concert shooting that killed one person and injured more than a dozen others. They are suing a church, which owned the property where the event was held, and the concert's promoter.
Nearly two weeks since a deadly concert shooting in Southeast Oak Cliff left one dead and 16 wounded, Dallas police have no substantive leads. At least ten of the wounded were hit by gunfire, including 22-year-old Jazmin Anderson who was shot in the head. She was attending her very first trail ride festival and party.
An attorney said those involved in putting the concert on did not take proper safety measures for an event with so many people.
The deadly shooting that left one person dead and 16 others hurt in Dallas happened at an event that was not approved by the city. The mass shooting is leading to changes in DPD’s policy for providing off-duty security.
One person was killed and 11 others were injured, including three juveniles, in a shooting at an outdoor concert event overnight Saturday in southeast Oak Cliff.
Three Dallas firefighters who were seriously injured during an Oak Cliff apartment explosion in 2021 are now suing the complex, its management companies and Atmos Energy.
Atmos Energy crews were back at the Highland Hills Apartments Wednesday night after tenants discovered dangerous gas leaks. The complex was the site of a natural gas explosion in late September.
Christmas came early for some of the families who are still recovering from September's explosion at the Highland Hills Apartments near Paul Quinn College in Oak Cliff. The families received cash and presents valued at more than $1,000 per family.
A 60-year old woman’s apartment kitchen caught fire while she was sleeping on Aug. 3. Nearly three months later, next to nothing has been fixed by the complex. The complex is owned by the same group that owns Highland Hills Apartments across the street, where an apartment building exploded last month following a shooting that police say caused a gas leak.
The city told tenants they could move back in. But when some did, they were met with disturbing living conditions. After code enforcement took a look, some apartments were found to be not safe and haven’t been safe. It might be weeks or months before they can return.
People whose apartments were seriously damaged by a natural gas explosion call their living conditions "unacceptable."
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.
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.
One of the Dallas firefighters injured in Highland Hills Apartment explosion has been released from the hospital.
Exactly two weeks since a gas explosion at the Highland Hills Apartment complex, there is a good update on some of the firefighters hurt in the blast, but residents are being hit with a new round of discouragement.
More than 100 residents were moved Thursday to the Hilton Anatole hotel, where the city has secured about 80 rooms for the next few days.
Time is running out for residents affected by last week's apartment building explosion to find a new place to live.
The city of Dallas says, for now, it will pay for the nearly 300 displaced residents staying at hotels after the Oak Cliff apartment building they were living in exploded last week.