Fort Worth Police
The inner tubes are piled high, river levels are back to normal and the stage is set for a return to business as usual this fourth after two months of flooding.
A man has been taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries after he was shot by a Fort Worth police officer. According to officials, the unidentified man was wielding an 11-inch BBQ fork.
Police say the store owner gave his wallet to the first suspect then pulled out a gun and shot the suspect holding a gun. He died at the scene.
Kevin Hargrove and his fiancée were driving home to Colleyville early Saturday morning, when they came across a wreck on the side of west-bound Hwy 183.
A driver is leading Fort Worth police on a slow-speed chase along eastbound Interstate-30, just east of Oakland Boulevard.
The widow of a man shot by a Fort Worth police officer two years ago has filed a federal lawsuit against the police and the city, claiming he was unarmed and “presented no danger whatsoever” when officers shot him at his home.
Police say the driver hit a light poll after the second hit and run crash and was killed.
Suspect told teller to give him money but the teller refused and suspect bolted.
After seeing Adams’ car on surveillance video, homicide detectives tracked him down in Parker County and Adams agreed to be interviewed.
Fort Worth Police say a pair of thieves is on a stealing rampage, and they are taking something very specific.
A gunman, who may have been trying rob a man in his house, triggered a massive shootout with police that left the suspect dead on a northeast Fort Worth street.
The search is still on for a car thief, who stole an SUV with a toddler inside.