The Texas Department of Transportation is hoping that a sobering new message on highway digital message boards will help save lives in the state. The advisory flashing on the boards lets drivers know that 1,785 people have died on Texas roads this year.
A single vehicle accident in Van Zandt County has left five children dead and nearly half a dozen other, adults and children, injured.
One child was killed and another critically hurt after a pickup truck lost control in a Lake Worth shopping center parking lot Saturday afternoon, striking several pedestrians and cars. Four adults were also injured.
A deadly wreck snarled traffic on Fort Worth’s South Freeway Thursday morning.
A woman is killed while trying to cross the service road of Interstate-30 during rush hour, in west Fort Worth.
Police are investigating a fatal wrong-way crash in Southlake. The incident happened just after 1:30 a.m. on State Highway 114, near Kimball Avenue.
A deadly accident in Dallas Monday morning, after a woman trying to cross Northwest Highway at Preston was struck and killed by a cement truck.
Attorney Ron Eddins had been drinking with two other people. Police say he was driving so fast that he lost control of his Porsche for 600 feet.
A man was killed after being struck by two cars in Arlington. Henry Makaye, 49, was trying to cross South Cooper shortly after dark on Thursday night, when he was run over by two cars.
A woman was killed Saturday afternoon in a shattering head-on collision on a rural portion of a highway in Denton County.
Irving accident investigators have determined the car involved in a deadly crash in the Las Colinas canal was traveling so fast that it was out of control for the length of two football fields.
A 10-year old Arlington boy was laid to rest Monday as friends and family celebrated the fifth grader with a golden heart. Tavian Joseph Sabur, or T.J., as he was called, died on September 2.