This weekend Dallas Fort Worth International Airport will remember a dark day in its history. Delta Flight 1141 crashed 25 years ago Saturday. The Boeing 727 was taking off when it bounced three times, then hit the ground.
Officials say no one was injured when an American Airlines flight en route from North Carolina to Dallas made an emergency landing in Little Rock because of engine trouble.
They may look like urgent care centers, but they’re not. More and more freestanding E.R.s are being built in suburban neighborhoods across North Texas.
The Fort Worth Fire Department responded to a 2-alarm fire Sunday in the 300 block of Dakota Ridge Dr. in Tarrant County.
The new school security program instantly opens communication between emergency personnel and the school. “My responding officers can chat with the teacher, superintendent or whoever set the alarm off.”
Lost pets in Granbury are being reunited with their owners through Hood County Animal Control with generous help from NewsScope Marketing, which donated both a building and employees to help volunteers coordinate the reunions.
An explosion at a fertilizer plant in West killed between five and 15 people, at least, and left more than 160 others injured. The injury estimate is expected to grow once daylight breaks.
A bee keeper was sent to a hospital after he was trying rid a foreclosed house of bees.
Police in Dallas say they’re changing how 911 calls are logged after two officers didn’t forcibly enter the home of a caller found dead there two days later.
Tom Price, Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price’s husband, faced a difficult task. His wife had just taken a nasty spill on her bike while cycling along the Trinity River.
There are some kid heroes in Denton County. The youngsters may only be seven and nine years old but their quick thinking and fast action is an example of what it takes to save lives.
The quick action of a Bedford mother helped save the life of an 11-year-old boy and Tuesday she was honored by professional rescuers.