An Irving Police Department officer fired at a suspect Sunday afternoon after the suspect fled in a vehicle and reportedly wedged the officer between two vehicles.
Irving Police Department officers fatally shot a suspect while exchanging gunfire with him Saturday morning, after police said the suspect shot his wife earlier in the day.
Firefighter Nick Franco woke up to a loud surprise Sunday. Fire engines rolled down the street to celebrate him finding a match for a kidney transplant.
An Amber Alert issued late Sunday for a 7-month-old Irving baby girl has been canceled.
Irving ISD’s Jack E. Singley Academy held commencement at the new facility on Friday afternoon. It was the first of 49 graduations from 18 different districts to take place at the ballpark through the end of June.
An Irving woman, who is living with an underlying health condition, is warning others about COVID-19's highly contagious spread.
A suspected drunken driver led Irving police on a long chase overnight.
People lined up outside a grocery store in Irving Sunday to pick up Mother’s Day meals.
A teenager is charged with capital murder for killing another boy.
March started with Missy Page having the flu and her husband having COVID-19. Now a month later, she has the coronavirus.
During the outbreak, nurses are working long hours and caring for the sick. But sometimes, they need help too.
Malls in Dallas County are closed because of the stay-at-home order, but the Irving Mall parking lot was full for hours on Saturday.
A coronavirus survivor got a round of applause from the staff at an Irving hospital as she was sent home.
A fire at an Irving apartment complex overnight Friday sent people scrambling to safety.
An Irving police officer shot and killed an armed man who burglarized a 7-Eleven Thursday morning.
The person is in their 50s, lives in Irving and recently traveled out of Texas to a “large congregant, recreational event.”
Flames and smoke took over at the Remington Hills at Los Colinas Apartments in Irving Saturday morning.
Nearly 100 students are living and learning at the university's Rome campus in Marino, Italy. The university says no cases have been reported anywhere near their Rome campus, and none of their students in Italy have shown any signs of coronavirus.
An Irving couple who traveled to Japan for their honeymoon, and then ended up quarantined due to concerns over the coronavirus, says that their test results from the CDC came back negative.
An Irving couple who traveled to Japan for their honeymoon, and then ended up quarantined due to concerns over the coronavirus, says they're now one step closer to getting home.