| Sep 15, 2009
A former Little River-Academy police chief paid and arranged for underage men and women to engage in pornographic videos at his Arlington home, according to arrest warrant affidavits.
Michael Chase Meissner, 39, was arrested by Arlington police Monday at...
| Jun 2, 2009
| 12:54 PM
Range Elementary School in Mesquite will be closed for the rest of the week because of increasing numbers of illnesses among the students and staff.
A total of 160 people were out sick today, including approximately 100 students and 60 staff members....
| Jun 15, 2009
Less than a week ago, a tearful Tamaira Creagh was pleading for the safe return of her 9-month daughter, Daisja Weaver. "I just want her back", said the 19-year old Dallas woman. But, records now indicate while the tears were flowing, Creagh already...
| Jun 18, 2009
Shamayne Stallcup,42, is searching for job security. The mother of 3 enrolled in Dallas' El Centro community college, hoping to become a medical assistant. She says, "There's such a variety in the medical assistant program that it wouldn't be difficult to...
| Jul 24, 2009
It seems like just yesterday it was springtime in north Texas, schools were closed because the swine flu threat. In May, in Dallas county, four kids were infected and all four suffered neurological complications, two had seizures. Dallas County Medical...
| Jul 29, 2009
Troubled teens in Dallas County are getting their lives back on track with paintbrushes and theater.
Almost 70 teens at Southern Methodist University are putting finishing touches on artwork and rehearsals for their performances and art exhibit next...
| Aug 3, 2009
| 12:37 PM
Holly Yan is a reporter/videographer for The 33 News. Her beats include Dallas City Hall, Dallas Police Department and Dallas County government.
Before joining KDAF-TV, Holly spent five years as a reporter for The Dallas Morning News, where she covered...
| Aug 7, 2009
Early spring in north Texas. Schools are closed up and then sprayed down as the fear of swine flu spreads. Today the Center for Disease Control unveiled new swine flu guidelines for schools. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano announced the...
| Aug 10, 2009
The start of the school year comes with its share of nerves, especially for students. But a new program organized by LULAC's education service center hopes to change that.
Thirteen should be a stress-free age, but some Dallas teens worry about their...
| Aug 13, 2009
The Dallas County Jail is a health care challenge like no other. Inside the nation's seventh largest county jail, there lies another world, and the numbers are staggering.
Doctors and nurses treat 100,000 patients a year. About 2,700 inmates are...
| Aug 20, 2009
A little boy gets stuck with a needle and cries. Little does he know, he's one of the lucky ones. He just received his state mandated vaccinations, and next Monday, he'll get to go to school.
On Thursday, it was standing room only at the Dallas County...