Author Nick Kammerer

Three arrested in DFW home invasions

0

Three suspects have been arrested in connection to multiple aggravated robberies that have occurred throughout Dallas/Fort Worth, including one home invasion that occurred in the 500 block of Abbey Court in Coppell. On Friday,

Council postpones vote on smoking ban

0

After an hour of deliberation between citizens and Irving City Council members, the Council decided to postpone voting on a city-wide smoking ban. In a 5-4 vote, Ordinance 42, which would further prohibit smoking

Artist donates original paintings to aid shelter dogs

Artist donates original paintings to aid shelter dogs

0

Photo: Accomplished painter and Irving Resident, Gary Morris, presents Sarah Kammerer, Director of the DFW Humane Society, ten of his original paintings to the shelter on Tuesday, Dec. 2. Morris hopes that the funds

FBI adds North Texas man to Top 10 Most Wanted Fugitives

FBI adds North Texas man to Top 10 Most Wanted Fugitives

0

Photo: FBI Special Agent in Charge, Diego Rodriguez, speaks at a press conference about the addition of Yaser Abdel Said to the FBI’s “Ten Most Wanted” Fugitives list. Irving Police Chief, Larry Boyd, and

Islamic youth program provides 100 Thanksgiving meals to families

Islamic youth program provides 100 Thanksgiving meals to families

0

Photo: Members of the Islamic Center of Irving organize 134 turkeys to be given to families in need. Each paper sack, or food basket, contained a meal that fed a family of eight. /

Irving man arrested for capital murder

Irving man arrested for capital murder

0

Irving Police arrested a capital murder suspect after the tragic death of a 2-year-old boy on Nov. 19. Twenty-five year old Michael Mercado was arrested on Friday, Nov. 21, as a result of a

Wine flows freely during Beaujolais and Beyond

0

The 31st annual Beaujolais and Beyond Wine Festival, revered as the largest French wine festival in the United States, drew a crowd of more than 1,600 guests to the Irving Convention Center on Friday,

Heimlich maneuver on unconscious persons causes controversy

0

The practice of using the Heimlich maneuver on unconscious persons has sparked a tremendous amount of mixed responses among medical professionals. The Heimlich maneuver, developed by Dr. Henry Heimlich in 1974, is used to

American government, businesses attacked daily in cyberspace

0

Hundreds of business professionals and cyber security experts gathered for the 14th annual State of Technology Cyber Security Summit hosted by the Dallas Regional Chamber at the Sheraton Hotel in Dallas on Veterans Day,

Police shoot, kill reckless felon

Police shoot, kill reckless felon

0

An Officer Involved Shooting occurred in the 3500 block of E. John Carpenter Freeway on Sunday, Nov. 9. Irving officers were attempting to locate a known suspect wanted for multiple outstanding felony warrants including Manufacture/Delivery