The Texas Senate passed a bill to allow open carry without permits, during a time when mass shootings are a national crisis. House Bill 1927 would remove requirements for Texans who are 21 and older to obtain a license to carry handguns if they’re not barred from possessing them by state or federal law. Experts… Read more »
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Texas power grid operators have no idea when the power may be restored to some of the DFW communities according to TheDallasNews. More than 4 million Texans, a large portion of them in North Texas; have been in the dark for extended periods of time some as long as 36 hours. Earlier today on a… Read more »
Demetria Obilor‘s time at WFAA Channel 8 is coming to an end! The sexy traffic reporter who also became known as “traffic bae” shortly after arriving in Dallas in 2017 has decided not to renew her contract with the station when it expires in October. In addition to reporting the traffic, Obilor also occasionally anchored… Read more »
Nearly four years after she was pulled over, arrested, and found dead in a jail cell, cellphone video taken by Sandra Bland has surfaced. The only record of Bland’s arrest had been the police dash-cam video, until last night when Bland’s video was aired on WFAA. There are now calls for Bland’s case to be… Read more »
The 911 call from Amber Guyger has been released, the now fired Dallas Police officer called 911 after she shot her neighbor Bothan Jean after she claims she mistakenly entered his apartment thinking that it was hers. WFAA obtained a copy of the call.
It’s the end of an era! WFAA channel 8 anchor John McCaa has announced that after nearly 35 years at the station, he will retire next year. “It’s not easy to step away from a business in which you’ve worked two-thirds of your life, and loved even longer” McCaa said. “However, I’ve always accepted it… Read more »