Fort Worth Police
Sixteen backup batteries were taken out of a T-Mobile tower on Decatur Avenue.
The City of Fort Worth and members of the police department are facing an excessive force lawsuit by a man who recorded his 2013 traffic stop and subsequent arrest, that he claims was unjust, on his cell phone.
The head on collision left an SUV mangled and nearly unrecognizable. Flames engulfed the vehicle, with its driver trapped inside.
A fight at the Liquorville Club spilled out onto the parking lot where someone drove by the crowd and opened fire.
What was initially believed to have been an incident that left a suspected home intruder dead, and also resulted in the fatal heart attack of the gun wielding homeowner, is getting complicated.
A lawyer for the restaurant employee says his client is innocent of that allegation but they’re cooperating with police.
A Fort Worth police officer is being hailed as a hero after rescuing a downing man from a lake last week. A patrol car dash cam captured video of Officer Whitehead as she pulled the victim from Lake Como on the city’s southwest side.
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.