Fort Worth Fire Department
One firefighter suffered a minor injury when he fell down a stairwell.
Thick, black plumes of smoke could be seen for miles from the three-alarm fire from Everman Parkway.
A family member pulled a three-year-old girl from their backyard pool around 6:00p.m.
As search crews continued looking for a kayaker who went missing over the weekend, another body was found in the Trinity River.
By air and on the ground is how the Fort Worth Fire Department spent its last day searching for Edgar Castro.
The firefighter driving called it a “near head-on collision,” late Sunday night.
Fort Worth Firefighters are checking for anything that may have caused two teachers to experience an allergic reaction Wednesday.
In his 30 years with FWFD, Sam Greif held an array of ranks and positions, serving as Battalion Chief, Captain, Lieutenant, Engineer, Firefighter and Paramedic.
An elderly man says he’s now “scared to death” of a Fort Worth firefighter. Why? Because he was allegedly beaten by the civil servant who he now calls a “coward.”
A series of morning and afternoon rainstorms played havoc with drivers trying to commute to work and school. Repeated cloud bursts, one after another, took many motorists by surprise.
The Fort Worth Fire Department has a couple of key reminders for homeowners and business owners during this freeze.
Fort Worth Firefighters were faced with heavy flames at a lumber yard