A man died in a crash late Wednesday night while fleeing police officers.
Richardson police are asking the public to be on the lookout for a 9-year-old boy who went missing late Tuesday night.
A Collin County man will spend the next 60 years in prison for sexually abusing three young children.
Richardson ISD is reporting positive results from strictly enforcing a cellphone-free school environment, including Forest Meadow Junior High, where the district is testing out pouches that lock phones during the school day.
A Richardson boy with spina bifida received his specially trained service dog from an Irving based non-profit that matches people around the nation with dogs that can give them greater independence.
No one won the $680 million jackpot but at least one lucky person purchased a ticket worth $1 million in Richardson.
Art teacher Jason Delezen is facing the charges related to his time working in Texarkana in 2019.
Officer Jacob Arellano will be remembered with a funeral in North Texas Wednesday.
Family members of the victims of accused serial killer Billy Chemirmir gave victim impact statements Friday and tried to make him understand the pain he caused.
It took less than an hour for accused serial killer Billy Chemirmir to be found guilty of capital murder by a Dallas County jury.
The majority of Chemirmir’s alleged murders happened at senior living facilities, where prosecutors say he posed as a maintenance worker.
Testimony continued Tuesday in the trial of accused serial killer Billy Chemirmir for one of the 22 murders he's charged with.
Dallas police say someone flagged down officers after they saw someone trying to sneak a gun into the stadium through a fence. A 17-year-old, who wasn't a student at either school, was found with the gun.
Authorities said a 29-year-old man died after losing control of his car while racing along President George Bush Turnpike Saturday afternoon.
Dallas police said a 17-year-old was arrested for bringing a gun to a Richardson ISD football game Friday night.
Dr. Raynaldo Ortiz allegedly injected patients' IV bags with nerve blocking agents and other drugs, leading to at least one death and multiple heart attacks, could face life in prison if convicted.
A Dallas doctor whose license was suspended last week has been arrested as part of a criminal investigation into alleged tampering with IV bags. The Texas Medical Board's suspension order says the investigation surrounds the death of at least one person who received one of those IV bags from the Baylor Scott & White Surgicare in North Dallas.
If you hear emergency sirens in Richardson this week do not panic.
The Board previously punished Dr. Raynaldo Ortiz Jr. for a patient who required CPR under his care and failing to notify the board of misdemeanor charges for shooting his neighbor's dog.
Overnight storms dropped damaging hail and caused some power outages. FOX 4 viewers shared video of some of the worst of it.