The top local news stories in the Dallas-Fort Worth area updated several times each weekday.
Hunt County jury has returned a not guilty verdict against a former Wolfe City cop charged with murder. Governor Abbott took aim at Mexican cartels that are adding to the opioid crisis by designating those cartels as terrorist organizations. Big Tex stands up at Fair Park today, getting ready for State Fair of Texas. KRLD All Local - September 23, 2022
A high school student in Keller is facing charges after bringing a loaded gun to school. A former Wolfe City officer found not guilty. A decade in jail for former Denton officer for child porn. KRLD All Local - September 23, 2022
Plus, the Dallas City Council is deciding what to do with what some call a slush fund,14 million dollars in extra money that have been put aside. This and more on the All Local Midday News update for September 22, 2022.
Many North Texans spent the early hours of the morning partying outside a grocery store in Frisco. The new school Superintendent for Fort Worth is at school this morning. The mid-term elections will be the safest in state history, according to the Texas Secretary of State. KRLD All Local - September 21, 2022
Police say a tipster and a quick-thinking deputy stopped a potential mass shooting Friday night at the Everman High School Homecoming game. In Uvalde, many parents are still upset with the way the district is handling the fallout from the mass shooting in May. Texans claim record amount of property. KRLD All Local - September 20, 2022
Sheriff: planned shooting stopped at Everman football game. After Monday bomb threats, Fort Worth libraries are back open. A doctor accused of tampering with IV bags will stay behind bars. KRLD All Local - September 20, 2022
Cowboys even their record with clutch win. Synagogues in North Texas are double checking their security ahead of Rosh Hashanah. SBA outreach centers opening in North Texas to help with disaster aid. KRLD All Local - September 19, 2022
Big Tex gets a big wardrobe upgrade. Two high school students in Frisco have been arrested, accused of beating up a disabled kid. People in North Texas have an opportunity to leave their condolences for the Queen. KRLD All Local - September 16, 2022
There's word this morning about a tentative deal to avoid a potentially crippling nationwide rail strike. That would be a sigh of relief for North Texans. The union representing Southwest Airlines pilots wants some help to get their contract talks back on track. Dallas County's COVID alert level now at green. KRLD All Local - September 15, 2022
Plus, two children died in separate crashes this week involving drunk drivers, two Dallas County men were sentenced to more than 40 years in prison after pleading guilty to murder, and the Frisco ISD school board considers a bathroom policy.
Also, North Texans are joining the rest of the world as they mourn the death of Queen Elizabeth. Plus the story of a man that used to work for the Queen. All this and more on the All Local Midday News Update for September 9, 2022.
Also, more donated signs challenging a state law have arrived in North Texas. The signs have the national motto...In God We trust written in Hebrew, Arabic, Spanish and Hindi. This and more on the All Local Midday News update for September 8, 2022.