Dallas County’s oldest Methodist church held its final service Saturday.
A North Texas superintendent is apologizing for the hurt caused to Asian Americans by a racist question on a middle school social studies quiz.
The quiz asked, “Which one of these Chinese norms is true?” It was followed by answers referring to etiquette in a restaurant, punishment for children who steal candy and the consumption of certain animals.
One person is in critical condition at a local hospital after having to be cut from a vehicle after a crash early Sunday morning in Farmers Branch.
A crash blocked a portion of 635 for a time early Sunday morning.
A tight-knit community of parents and students in Ellis County is devastated after a beloved teacher died in a car crash.
A Red Oak High School special education teacher died in a wrong-way crash in Farmers Branch early Saturday morning.
For a second day in a row, hurricane evacuees waited for hours in Mesquite hoping to be put in a hotel room for the night.
A missing 30-year-old mother and her two kids were found dead in their vehicle Thursday morning in Farmers Branch.
The Texas Department of Public Safety teamed up with game wardens using new training to save a worker in Farmers Branch.
A woman was arrested for stealing a car with two children in the back seat, prompting an Amber Alert on Sunday.
An Amber Alert for two children who were abducted in Farmers Branch was canceled after they were found safe Sunday evening.
Police found a woman dead inside a Farmers Branch home Saturday afternoon.
Police in Farmers Branch released a sketch of the man they are looking for in an attempted kidnapping.
Police in Farmers Branch are investigating a report of an attempted child abduction Saturday afternoon.
A Farmers Branch police officer charged with murder is expected in court for the first time Thursday morning.
Compelling video of an officer-involved shooting may have been the key to a quick indictment against a Farmers Branch officer.
A Dallas County grand jury indicted a Farmers Branch police officer for murder two weeks to the day after he shot and killed a suspect who was driving a stolen truck.
A Dallas County jury convicted Ken Johnson of murder and aggravated assault. Johnson was off-duty when he used his SUV to chase two teen burglary suspects and ram their car. He then opened fire on them - killing 16-year-old Jose Cruz and injuring Edgar Rodriguez. The sentencing phase of Johnson's trial begins January 8th.