Dallas police have the second murder of the year in their hands.
After another fatal shooting Wednesday night brought Dallas homicide count to just one shy of 200, some Dallas city leaders have given up hope on police coming up with plans to stop violent crime by the end of the year.
One person was killed and others were caught in the crossfire of a shooting in southeast Oak Cliff Wednesday night.
A woman has been arrested after police say another woman was attacked by three pit bulls in the Oak Cliff area near an elementary school and left critically injured.
Ten people were taken to hospitals after lighting a grill to cook food inside a Dallas church.
A 38-year-old woman is dead and a 40-year-old man was taken to the hospital after a fiery car crash early Sunday morning along I-20, near Polk Street in Southeast Oak Cliff.
Police have released video of a man wanted for spray painting anti-Christian messages on several Dallas churches.
While Dallas police are trying to determine if it’s the work of the same person or group, pastors are hoping whoever vandalized the properties gets the help they need.
The organization "For Oak Cliff" is finding new ways to impact people of all ages in the community. Taylor Toynes, the founder of the organization, sat down with Shaun Rabb to talk about what's ahead and how "For Oak Cliff" is being recognized by Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg.