Robbery suspect shot, killed Tuesday night outside NW Dallas grocery

The suspect, who has not been publicly identified, approached a man and a woman as they walked out of a grocery store and snatched a gold necklace from the woman's neck, police said.

2nd Dallas nurse comes home, Ebola-free: ‘I am so grateful to be well’

As with fellow Presbyterian nurse Nina Pham, Amber Vinson’s quick recovery from Ebola was a welcome surprise to doctors.

Operator’s lack of insurance stalls opening of Texas Horse Park in southern Dallas

Also, the city says, the operator has violated the terms of its contract by clearing property without approval and by illegally erecting a fence there.

Arlington police: Man injured during robbery attempt after Alcoholics Anonymous meeting

Four men were standing outside a business in the 600 block of Woodcrest Lane after their AA meeting, when an armed man approached them and demanded money, police said.

American Indian protesters rally in Arlington against Redskins name

The two dozen demonstrators outside Monday night’s game at AT&T Stadium are part of a national movement.

Judge encourages The News, district attorney’s office to resolve dispute

Dallas County state district Judge Jim Jordan gave the parties until Tuesday morning to work out their differences.

Dallas police: Drop in murders leads crime fall through September

Murders continue to lead big dips in crime numbers - with one major exception - so far this year, Dallas police officials said Monday.

Former Dallas mayor Starke Taylor dies at age 92

Taylor was criticized for his North Dallas investments, but he also worked for better public housing, development in southern Dallas, and lead contamination cleanup in East Oak Cliff and West Dallas.

Program turns Dallas parking meters into works of public art

A project by the city is turning scores of the stumpy curbside fixtures into works of creative expression.

For transgender lawyer with own practice, change has been good

Katie Sprinkle transitioned midcareer and began her own practice last year, becoming one of only a handful of transgender attorneys in Texas.

Lawmaker criticizes transportation officials for including toll road in plan

A state representative questions why Northeast Gateway was added to long-term plan before the public comment period ended; the state says it was a cost-tracking move

Two women still missing in separate cases in Collin County

Police and loved ones continue to look for Christina Morris and Almaz Gebremedhin, who each disappeared without a trace after last being seen in Collin County.

Flower Mound youth swimming coach dies in car crash

Texas Highway Patrol say Kyle Tilley died after his car was struck by another car late Saturday on Sam Rayburn Tollway.

Dallas ISD: Former trustee helped real estate broker get deal

An inquiry found that Ron Price helped The Collins Co. land a contract with an unusually high 9 percent commission.

CDC recommends new Ebola quarantine guidelines

Nurse, former UTA student, is quarantined in New Jersey despite testing negative for Ebola

She’s being forced to stay in a tent for 21 days according to new policies in New Jersey and New York. She describes it as unnecessary and “an ordeal.”

In Cleburne, protesters demand firing of officer who shot, killed dog

Video of the August incident showed the police officer coaxing the dog toward him before firing.

Reunion between Nina Pham, dog Bentley must wait

The quarantine for the 1-year-old spaniel should end Saturday, and veterinarians worry that a visit from Pham could overexcite the dog and disrupt his routine.

Storytelling sessions give voice to Dallas gay community’s history

Triumphs and tragedies alike are recounted at the quarterly events, part of a larger project to organize and present local LGBT history.

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Free of Ebola, nurse Nina Pham returns to Texas

She arrived at Fort Worth's Meacham International Airport late Friday after getting a clean bill of health - and a White House hug.

Texas attorney general protecting identity of fired Parkland nurse

When The News questioned Greg Abbott’s recent order protecting the identity of the nurse, fired twice over patient abuse, the office backtracked - but no revision had been released as of Friday afternoon.

Presbyterian Hospital Dallas eager to share what it's learned from initial Ebola misdiagnosis

The Dallas hospital wants to help other institutions across the country avoid mistakes and take proper precautions.

NBC5: Vehicle flips after Dallas bank robbery

Dallas police are investigating a serious crash Friday afternoon that followed a bank robbery nearby.

Crowley police looking for two men who attempted to abduct two children Thursday at a bus stop

Officers received a call around 7:15 a.m. about two men in a white truck attempting to lure a 10-year-old and 11-year-old into the vehicle with them.

Experts question role of Parkland, UT Southwestern in area's Ebola center

Until late last year, the two were at the center of rare government safety intervention to try to fix what regulators called life-threatening breakdowns in infection control.

The News sues Dallas County DA Craig Watkins over release of documents

The newspaper is suing him in an attempt to obtain public documents showing how he has spent public money in the county’s forfeiture fund.

Protesters at Presbyterian Hospital Dallas speak out about first Ebola patient’s treatment

Saymendy Lloyd, a friend of Thomas Eric Duncan’s fiancée, said she organized the event as a way to recognize “the pain and suffering Eric went through.”

University Park home dons Ebola-themed decorations for Halloween

James Faulk's yard, decorated with biohazard bags, bins and caution tape, has become the talk of the town.

A major-league gift: FC Dallas, Emirates embassy team up on new Jubilee Park soccer field

The UAE Embassy has donated six soccer fields across the U.S., and this is its first project with FC Dallas

Towing company claims DA's office bullied it to return towed Porsche

County records show that the district attorney’s office used at least $1,800 in forfeiture funds to buy back the Porsche.

Cleanup crews try to salvage most of Ebola nurses’ belongings

Workers wiped down household surfaces at the Dallas nurses’ apartments.

Crimson-letter days: Harvard Club of Dallas to mark centennial

Today it’s a thriving alumni club with about 550 members and a regular slate of programs.

NY officials begin contact tracing after Ebola diagnosis

Ebola-themed Halloween decor at North Texas home

CDC sends Ebola response team to New York

New Ebola treatment plan in place in North Texas

Task force for infections diseases holds first hearing

‘What Makes a City’ conference focuses on small efforts to promote big ideas in Dallas

Speakers at the daylong event urge individual efforts to improve the city, though some worry about a lack of cooperation

Drought, cooler weather lead to limits on North Texas water use

With lake levels low and residential landscapes going dormant, North Texas Municipal Water District limits outdoor sprinkler use to once every two weeks beginning Nov. 1.

'Redskins' protest planned prior to Cowboys' Monday night game in Arlington

Organizer Yolanda Blue Horse says the rally is being staged in conjunction with the larger Change the Mascot effort.

How to safely view this afternoon's partial solar eclipse

A partial solar eclipse will be visible in Dallas-Fort Worth starting at 4:48 p.m. and last until sundown at 6:43 p.m.

Nurses still worried about safety when treating Ebola patients

A new survey from, the largest online networking and support site for nurses, shows that even after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released its updated safety guidelines, nurses continue to have serious concerns about dealin

How warnings from Ebola case spawned Richardson treatment unit

The hope is that the combined effort to establish the center at a Methodist Health System facility will benefit all hospitals in the region.

Tests show Dallas nurse’s dog free of Ebola

Bentley will be monitored for a full 21-day period of isolation, similar to people exposed to the virus.

Parents are urged to step up, help teen drivers

A new study released in connection with National Teen Driver Safety Week shows most young motorists aren’t prepared for the rigors of driving.