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An attorney for Amber Guyger, who was fired by the Dallas Police Chief on Monday for the shooting death of an unarmed man in his apartment she mistook for her own, responded to the firing Monday night.

“He was funny, full of joy,” said Amaya’s cousin Sergio Amaya. “Always full of energy. Always wanted to play soccer.”

Two years ago, 32-year-old Tony Timpa was afraid and called 911 for help. Less than an hour later, he died in police custody.

Dak Prescott has the fewest throws of at least 15 yards down the field among quarterbacks who have played all three games this season.

The Dallas Morning News reports Texas based American Airlines and Zoës Kitchen, based in Plano, are teaming to offer a new menu for most American Airlines domesti

The passenger of a car that lost control and slammed into an SUV just before midnight Sunday died in the crash.

Recently I shared the story concerning the GoFundMe page that was set up to help Gilligan's Island star Dawn "Mary Ann" Well...

It wasn’t immediately clear Monday if damage totals would reach the level needed to trigger financial assistance from the state.

They may be two of the best dressed men in Dallas-Fort Worth, but Franklin Moss and Michael Anthony Taylor are in the business of making sure other guys look good, too.

When a master of French girl fashion and one of the world's most recognized beauty brands join forces for a capsule collection, it's going to be good. So when L'Oréal Paris first announced its collaboration with French designer Isabel Marant on…

Enjoy the vast green space, go on a walk or spend the day on the water.

Kravet Inc., established in 1918, is the industry leader in to the trade home furnishings industry. This fifth generation family business distributes fabrics, furniture, wall coverings, trimmings, carpets and accessories. The family’s commitment to innovation has helped the company transform from a small fabric house to a global leader, representing brands and designers from all over the world.

These days, the concept of a being with someone forever can seem daunting, unrealistic even. While the initial euphoric stages of romantic relationships are wonderful, Newton’s third law still applies here and for every action there's an opposite…

Texas (3-1, 1-0 Big 12) plays Saturday at Kansas State (2-2, 0-1), where the Longhorns are 0-5 since their last win there in 2002.

There is a troubling trend in road safety in recent years: After decades of decline in the rate of fatal car accidents, numbers have crept back up in recent years. The trend is particularly pronounced for pedestrian fatalities: In 2016, the most recent year with complete Transportation Department data, nearly 6,000 pedestrians were struck and killed …

The odd animal, named Jinguofortis perplexus, displays an unusual mosaic of bird and dinosaur features.

Dominate your internal audit by implementing data analytics. This undervalued tool will help boost your ability to provide deeper insights in every audit you perform.

For roving gastronomes and travelers who revel in experiences centered on food, it’s time to reserve a table in the nation’s capital.

To say that Rihanna changed the landscape of how the entire world views beauty wouldn't give her due credit. And though the term "disruptive" as been used ad nauseam, disrupt is exactly what the Fenty Beauty team did — and with 40 foundation…

Recycling at home can make a substantial difference to the environment.

Unlike diamonds, zircons are forever. These crystalline time capsules can give us a window into the life-sparking conditions of early Earth.

The fight over Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination is likely to leave both the Senate and the court itself on the growing list of institutions in which Americans are losing confidence.

Jews for Jesus, a San Francisco-based non-profit, has purchased two building on West 8th street in the West Village for $16 million.

For the second time in six years, the NCAA Women's Basketball champion will be crowned in Dallas.

Can you remember a time in history when corporate employees decided which firms their company would do business with? Probably not, because for well for over a century the only real way employees could influence their firm’s corporate business decisions