Fort Worth’s Swat team surrounded a house in Arlington Heights Monday during a training exercise. They treated the situation as though it were a real life scenario that needed their help.
Medals and certificates fill a shadow box that used to belong to a North Texas family.
Hundreds of mourners packed Park Cities Baptist Church in Dallas on Saturday to say good-bye to firefighter Stanley Wilson.
If passed, Texas Representative Ken King’s bill would allow EMS in counties with fewer than 50,000 people, like Cooke, to carry guns.
In the heart of the Cultural District in Fort Worth sits Arlington Heights, an older neighborhood tucked away near the museums.
Texas Motor Speedway is hoping to lure in big money and the spotlight when it comes to extreme sports.
The hospital declared a Code Yellow Emergency after they started seeing the ER packed regularly starting in mid December.
The City of Fort Worth is trying to figure out what to do with 670,000 old citations. Some are nearly two decades old. The citations are for traffic tickets or code compliance violations.
The Boy Scouts of America says a Dallas dad can no longer lead his son’s scout troop because he’s gay.
Today on Monday’s show, Ernie spoke with CBS 11′s Arezow Doost on her report about 71-year-old Jackie Kimbrell of Ferris, TX and how the city has plans to demolish her home.