Fort Worth Texas
The driver of a tractor trailer rig carrying grass pallets is hospitalized with life-threatening injuries after an Amtrak train slammed into the truck’s cab at a private crossing in far western Arlington.
A 21-year-old man who walked out of a Tarrant County courtroom before jury selection for his criminal trial was captured Thursday night, four days after he ditched his ankle monitor and disappeared.
A SWAT team surrounded an apartment building after a man firing a shotgun in the air at random and screaming barricaded himself inside his unit in the 2300 block of Robert B Cullum Blvd., a police department dispatcher said.
Clutching her cracked helmet and her arm in a sling, Mayor Betsy Price walked back into City Hall for work Wednesday for the first time since breaking her collarbone during a bike accident.
Tom Price, Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price’s husband, faced a difficult task. His wife had just taken a nasty spill on her bike while cycling along the Trinity River.
Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price told staffers she was returning to the doctor after feeling the lingering side effects of a weekend bicycle crash that broke her collarbone and gave her a concussion.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, less than 30 percent of teenagers now hold jobs. Around Fort Worth, there aren’t a lot of “Help Wanted” signs up.
Fort Worth has blocked off a section of Gateway Park after public lewd behavior became too much of a problem there.
Police are searching for a man who robbed the First Convenience Bank inside an east Fort Worth Kroger on Wednesday.
Weatherford’s City Council voted four to one Tuesday to bring an invocation back to City Council meetings. It also reinstated the Pledge of Allegiance to both the United States and Texas flags.
Lockheed Martin has now admitted it may have trouble meeting its quota if the 3,000 members of the Machinists Local 776 continue marching their 51-day protest outside the gates.
The courtyard at the Wayside Plaza Apartments is still filled with debris from the roof that was torn off during a severe storm.