A North Texas man has been arrested for the murder of his 3-year-old daughter. Robert Marquis Lamar Williams is accused of killing little Anastasia Williams. The girl’s body was found in her bedroom, at a Hurst apartment complex, on March 22.
Hurst police are trying to find out who killed a three-year-old girl. The Tarrant County Medical Examiner determined little Anastasia Williams died when her liver ruptured because of blunt trauma to her abdomen.
It went down with a boom! The Weatherford Street bridge in Fort Worth was blown up Monday night as part of a project to fix roads in the area. But people both near and far were rattled by the late-night demolition.
A driver was trapped for 90 minutes after a car crash in Hurst early Monday morning that sent a light pole deep into the vehicle. The victim later died at the hospital.
Educators and law enforcement were on high alert today on the lookout for a parent who had threatened violence at a Hurst elementary school. Alexius Tavo was banned from all HEB ISD campuses but showed up at a school anyway.
A big competition is stirring in North Texas, and it has students from 25 area high schools vying to make a big splash in the world of culinary arts.
Kids in Hurst are ‘on track’ when it comes to exercising their creativity. The Hurst Public Library is holding their annual Train Week once again.
HURST (CBSDFW.COM) – A Hurst Police officer has been suspended indefinitely after an investigation determined that the officer violated department rules in an outburst caught on tape. The internal affairs investigation concluded that the officer, […]
New dash cam video from police cruisers allows us to hear what happened in the moments leading up to the arrest and will likely play a role in the department’s internal investigation.
The teenager who was the focus of a police officer’s outburst caught on video denied resisting arrest Monday, while filing an official complaint about the incident.
A North Texas mother is outraged after she said a Hurst police officer used excessive force while he was arresting her 17 year old son.
The owner of two medical clinics in Hurst and Houston has plead guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit health care fraud for filing nearly $3 million in fraudulent claims.