District Attorney John Creuzot and Councilman Tennell Atkins met with business owners and people who live in southeast Oak Cliff to talk about a big problem in their neighborhoods – homelessness and crime.
Dallas police arrested a 21-year-old man for the brutal murder of a rideshare driver. A dashboard camera helped them identify the suspect.
Crews have finally begun the process to remove the eyesore in Dallas known as shingle mountain.
Dallas has been fighting a recycling company in court to get rid of the eyesore that's become known as Shingle Mountain. With the latest judgment, it could soon be gone.
Police think a group of people were fighting in the parking lot outside a South Oak Cliff apartment complex. Then the fight turned into a gun battle.
A 36-year-old man has died and a female is in critical condition after the motorcycle they were on crashed on I-45.
Dallas police are investigating a shooting that left an 18-year-old woman dead and another female seriously injured.
Some residents in southern Dallas are concerned about the city's plans to buy a failing grocery store.
Dallas police are looking for the people who stole big screen TVs from an 18-wheeler.
A group in South Oak Cliff said they are fed up with senseless murders and killings, and they marched against it on Saturday.
People in Southeast Oak Cliff are sounding the alarm about plans to put a charter school on the campus of Paul Quinn College.
Dallas police are investigating a shooting that involved a Plano detective Thursday morning.
Two men are in the hospital after being shot in south Oak Cliff.
The college nearly closed about a decade ago due to financial issues and falling enrollment. But a nearly four-year process to fix up the Richard Allen Chapel is now done.
After two murders so far this year, the law-abiding residents of one Dallas neighborhood are asking for help from police.
A driver who refused to pull over led Dallas County Sheriff’s deputies on a high-speed chase.
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.