Two people were hurt in an overnight apartment fire in southern Dallas. Witnesses say one of the victims -- a teenager -- jumped from a window to escape the flames.
Dallas police are investigating a crash on I-20 that left one person dead and another person in critical condition early Saturday morning.
A 32-year-old Dallas mother of three was laid to rest this weekend, with police just saying the death of Alyssa Thomas is unexplained at this time.
Two of the three firefighters critically injured in an apartment gas explosion in Southeast Oak Cliff returned to work on Tuesday. They managed to make the return two days before the one-year anniversary of the explosion.
A partnership between KIPP Charter Schools and Paul Quinn College will introduce hundreds of high school students to the college experience.
The Move-in Day Mafia is a network of volunteers who are helping support students without typical family structures. Volunteers set up dorm rooms for 13 students at Paul Quinn College Wednesday.
College freshmen who recently aged-out of the foster care system found some extra help as they moved into the dorms at Paul Quinn College.
Dallas Animal Services confirmed they responded to two previous calls at the home where a 4-year-old girl died in a dog attack.
The grandmother says she was concerned something bad would happen to her grandchildren less than a week before Lea was killed, She remembers their final night together where she says the 4-year-old opened up about the dogs. “She was scared, and she felt scared of the dogs."
Dallas police said the victim and another man were inside the store when the shooter entered and opened fire.
A 4-year-old girl died after being bitten by a dog multiple times in Dallas Saturday morning.
Surveillance video at a Southeast Oak Cliff gas station shows people recklessly setting off what looks like fireworks or other explosives in the parking lot.
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.