Attacker Who Gouged Out Man's Eye Back On StreetA man whose eye was gouged out by a random assault is shocked and angry that his attacker is already back on the street.
Grandmother's Body Located In Car Swept Away By Flood WatersThe Fort Worth Fire Department said Monday morning they had located a car that was swept away in Friday’s flood waters.
Roofers Respond To Massive Demand After Rainy HolidayRoofers across the metroplex are reporting a massive demand for leak fixes due to recent rains that washed out the Thanksgiving weekend.
Family Overcomes Grief, Shares Inspiring Adoption StoryA family broken by grief finds strength that leads to the greatest blessing of all: Family.
SUV Slams Into Car on 175; Kills 2 ChildrenTwo children are dead after an SUV slammed into their car in South Dallas. The parents of the children and a third child were also in the car but weren't injured.
Swift Water Rescue Team Prepares For More DownpoursAnother round of downpours is expected to hit Johnson County and the Swift Water Rescue team at fire station #2 in Cleburne is preparing for another night of rescues.
Man Arrested For Fatal Hit-And-Run In ArlingtonPolice have arrested a man named Kennedy Pham in the fatal hit-and-run of a 71-year-old man Wednesday night.
The Dog Train With Eugene BostickA man from Fort Worth is being featured on national television for his efforts in rescuing dogs. It all started when someone got video of him and the train cars that he built for the the animals.
Fort Worth Turkey TrotThis year's Fort Worth Turkey Trot again benefits the scholarship and youth programs of the Westside YMCA. And again, the Hentz family of Fort Worth was there with 11 family members.
Norma's Cafe In Oak Cliff Serves Free Thanksgiving MealsA Dallas restaurant is putting the "giving" in Thanksgiving this year by serving up a free meal on Thursday to anyone who wants the food.
Stranger Gouges Out Man's Eye, Victim Stabs AttackerThe victim, Landi Dyess, 66, had just wrapped up his Thanksgiving shopping.
North Texans Flock To Airport, Fly Home For ThanksgivingNorth Texans are flocking to the airport, catching flights to holiday destinations across the country. Combine the big crowds with a travel alert from the US State Department, and it’s a good idea to allow for plenty of time.