Islam Said faces up to 30 years in prison for helping his father who is an accused killer avoid arrest for more than a decade.
Irving police went above and beyond the call of duty to surprise a child with a new bike.
In this week’s Trackdown, Irving police want to find the person who was driving a murdered man's truck back in 2017.
Two state-sponsored treatment centers opened up in the metroplex this week. They'll administer antibody therapy to patients who may be at risk of going to the hospital.
A woman and her boyfriend are charged with murdering her 8-year-old son after Irving police say he was violently abused for several days.
There will be two COVID-19 therapeutic infusion centers opening in North Texas on Monday.
Irving police say a 46-year-old man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend in Los Angeles, California, killed himself after coming to North Texas to visit his family.
Customers traveled from across North Texas and waited in line in the damp weather just to have one last meal at Captain Nemo’s Steak Submarines.
An Irving firefighter hurt in a wrong-way crash was released from the hospital Thursday afternoon.
Since the news broke to customers last weekend, many in Irving are lining up to buy what may be their last Captain Nemo's sandwich.
Irving firefighter Aaron Donohue, 30, was working a crash scene when he was hit Sunday and tossed 50 feet before landing on the pavement.
A woman was arrested after police said she gave an Irving firefighter severe injuries after hitting him with her vehicle while driving the wrong way on State Highway 183.
Police say a man was killed in a freak accident while trying to get a car through a car wash in Irving.
Irving police have made an arrest in a murder from earlier this year after getting tips from FOX 4 viewers who saw the case on Trackdown.
Irving police say a woman secretly called 911 for help before being killed in a-murder suicide earlier this week.
An explosive device was used to get into the Irving residence and that’s when police found two deceased women and deceased male.
The Irving Police Department has been accepted into a national program for law enforcement agencies that pledge to create a culture where officers intervene to stop fellow officers from causing harm.
A 10-year-old Irving girl is being called a hero for her quick thinking during an emergency. Violet Gonzalez called 911 to help an unconscious boy.
Irving police say they are investigating at least one incident of violent hate mail sent to a resident.
Authorities said an apartment maintenance man helped put them on the trail of one of the FBI's most wanted fugitives, as they nearly caught him three years ago.