Crews in Trinity Park have a long night ahead of them as they work to repair a massive water main break. The rupture happened early Saturday morning.
Some homeowners in Fort Worth will not soon forget the heavy rainfall that flooded neighborhoods earlier this year. Now, city officials are addressing flood concerns.
Many Arlington Heights residents have been on pins and needles as much of North Texas has been on flood watch since Wednesday night. The Fort Worth neighborhood has a nasty tendency to flood.
Arlington Heights neighbors, many still drying out from last week’s flood, packed a community meeting Wednesday night where Fort Worth leaders asked for patience.
The rain on Tuesday afternoon came too fast and too hard across a large part of Fort Worth and, when the water started to go down, the damage became very apparent.
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.
Neighbors are not happy with a Fort Worth mega-church’s decision to move homes away from its main campus to expand parking lots.
In the heart of the Cultural District in Fort Worth sits Arlington Heights, an older neighborhood tucked away near the museums.
The red letters of No Parking signs can be found by the dozens in Fort Worth’s Arlington Heights neighborhood. But as thousands of people descend on Cowtown for the Stock Show over the next few weeks, homeowners near the Will Rogers Memorial Center cringe.