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.
Alleged victims of sexual abuse at the hands of Boy Scouts leaders are worried they might not get the compensation they are seeking after the Irving-based organization filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Barraged by hundreds of sex-abuse lawsuits, the Boy Scouts of America filed for bankruptcy protection Tuesday in hopes of working out a potentially mammoth victim compensation plan that will allow the hallowed, 110-year-old organization to carry on.
Wanted felons took police on a dangerous chase through Irving Wednesday morning.
Police say six juveniles were involved in a carjacking and chase that took officers from Dallas to Fort Worth early Saturday morning.
One of the Irving Police Department’s newest officers was brought to tears during her swearing-in ceremony. Her son who has been stationed overseas for the past two years showed up to pin her badge.
The driver of an 18-wheeler said strong winds from Friday's storms flipped his vehicle onto its side while he was driving on 635.
An employee for a cable service provider accused of killing an 83-year-old Irving woman had visited her house just one day before the murder, according to police documents.
Irving police arrested a driver who tried to escape a traffic stop early Saturday morning.
Irving police have arrested a 43-year-old man who they say murdered an 83-year-old woman Thursday evening.
A 38-year-old man faces a charge of intoxication manslaughter for a crash in Irving that killed a tow truck operator who was loading a vehicle on his wrecker.
Investigators say the person who died crashed as he tried to get away from officers. The crash happened near S. Bowen Road at Abram Street in a Kroger parking lot.
Irving police say tips helped them identify two people who vandalized more than 40 cars last week.
Police say the pair broke into more than 40 vehicles on just one street last week, causing $20,000 worth of damage. The complexes targeted are all along Lake Carolyn Drive and have controlled access gates.
Investigators have determined that a newborn boy found inside of a restaurant trashcan back in July was stillborn.
Officer Jon Plunkett has been working the streets in Irving for almost 30 years, but he decided in 2016 to take the job out of his patrol car.