One person is in critical condition after a crash in Mansfield early Monday morning.
Do you think North Texas needs another toll road? It seems officials in Arlington do. The city is pressing the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) and the North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA) to help alleviate a trouble spot in the city.
One person was killed and another person was hurt after a crash in Grand Prairie. The driver survived and, authorities said, walked home after the crash without a call to 911.
Shoppers across North Texas now have another option. More than 100 retailers have set up shop at the Paragon Outlet Mall, a new shopping center in Grand Prairie.
Police in Grand Prairie are investigating a wrong-way crash along Highway 287 that killed two people on Wednesday night and shut down the road for about five hours.
It feels like every highway in North Texas is under construction. But at least one project is almost complete, with big improvements coming.
There has now been a third tragedy for Mansfield’s Timberview High School. A second teenager has died from a weekend car crash.
It seems every weekend lately there is at least one major freeway shutdown, and this weekend will be no exception. One of the worst spots in Arlington for construction is going to be all backed up beginning just before midnight Friday all the way through Monday at 5:00 a.m.
Starting at 8:00 p.m. Friday night, Highway 360 at Division Street in Arlington is being shut down.