Fort Worth Police Department
The sound of the siren. The lights in your mirror. You know the feeling …and you know what’s next.
A 28-year-old convicted sex offender was sentenced to 180 years in prison for sexually abusing a young boy whose family had befriended him.
It’s a question a lot of North Texas cities have to ask in this economy — how do you keep the public safe while facing huge budget shortfalls?
In certain cities, your alarm is virtually worthless if you don’t have a permit.
The Fort Worth Police Department on Friday will announce a new program to add more security in schools without increasing the numbers of uniformed officers on campus.
A Fort Worth police officer remains hospitalized in stable condition after being shot three times Tuesday afternoon. Officer John R. Bell faces more surgery today after being shot during a confrontation in Haltom City.
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.
Not that you shouldn’t do it all the time anyway, but drivers in Fort Worth are being advised to buckle up and watch your speed. The Fort Worth Police Department has just beefed up its street patrols.
On Thursday, the Fort Worth police chief vowed that the full force of the department will be brought down on any officer caught driving drunk. The very public declaration was made one day after another officer with the department was charged with DWI.
A Fort Worth police officer has been arrested for suspicion of Driving While Intoxicated in another North Texas city.
Advocates for sobriety checkpoints in Texas are aiming to convince state lawmakers next year to crack down harder on drunk drivers.
Cindy Boling and her husband Mark say they were unloading groceries at their Fort worth home when a police officer walked up to their porch back in May of 2012.