An crash involving an 18-wheeler closed the westbound lanes of Interstate-30 in downtown Dallas early Wednesday morning, causing a major traffic mess in the heart of the mixmaster.
A female driver traveling the wrong direction along Interstate-35W — heading south in the northbound lanes — caused two separate crashes early Wednesday morning.
A fiery freeway crash in Grand Prairie on Thursday night killed two people and left two other people hurt, police said.
The accident that has had westbound Interstate-30 in Dallas closed for hours sent half a dozen people to the hospital. The crash near the Trinity River has traffic backed up on I-30, Interstate-35E and Interstate-45.
Two people were injured during a crash in Arlington involving a school bus and at least two other vehicles. The driver of the bus and a bus attendant were taken to the hospital.
It’s hard for drivers along Interstate 30 to miss the Shock Wave roller coaster, which sits alongside the highway at Six Flags Over Texas. But after a new paint job, the double looped roller coaster will be even easier to see.
Construction along the Hulen Street bridge, just south of Interstate-30 in Fort Worth, has been forcing some drivers to avoid the area completely. But those days are about to be over.
An overturned 18-wheeler had blocked all eastbound lanes of Interstate-30 at Galloway Avenue in Mesquite. The driver was not hurt. Officials have not determined what caused the crash.
City leaders in Dallas County will decide Wednesday whether or not to allow the aerial spraying of mosquitos in the fight against the West Nile virus.
An accident along Interstate-30 in Arlington Tuesday morning involved a van loaded with inmates from the Tarrant County Jail. There were two inmate vans traveling on the highway during morning rush hour, and then traffic backed up near Fielder Road.
Arlington Police had to use a Taser on a suspect who fired a gun into the air from his car and refused to surrender Monday afternoon.
Fireworks at Fair Park prompted an unnecessary slowdown of traffic along nearby I-30. Amazingly, neither DPD nor Dallas Fire Rescue report any calls for service being held up, but they’re hinting at future changes.