An 18-wheeler carrying bottled wine caught on fire early Thursday morning, shutting down the northbound lanes of Interstate-35W near Basswood Drive in north Fort Worth.
Interstate-35W, north of Fort Worth, will be shut down for the entire weekend. A spokesperson with the Texas Department of Transportation said it’s the first time the agency has closed the highway for such a long period of time.
Anyone planning to use Interstate-35W in north Fort Worth this weekend should consider finding an alternate route. The highway will be closed for a bridge demolition.
An overturned cattle truck created a traffic mess near downtown Fort Worth on Wednesday morning, as authorities worked to rescue the trapped livestock and lead them to safety.
Drivers in Fort Worth say they’ve bounced over one too many potholes in the last several weeks.
A rollover car crash in Fort Worth on Thursday morning left one person dead and another person injured, and shut down a major roadway just before rush hour traffic.
Heavy flames and smoke ripped through a south Fort Worth strip shopping center early Thursday morning, damaging half a dozen businesses but causing no injuries.
There’s a full court press from North Texas transportation advocates to get the legislature to pump more money into highways. It was the first topic on the list at Thursday’s Interstate-35W Coalition meeting in Fort Worth.
Emergency crews in Fort Worth are still on the scene of an 18-wheeler crash along Interstate-35W, just south of Heritage Trace Parkway, in the northern part of the city.
A North Texas Memorial Day weekend tradition may be at the end of its road.
A female driver traveling the wrong direction along Interstate-35W — heading south in the northbound lanes — caused two separate crashes early Wednesday morning.
Motorists can expect about three and a half years of construction on Interstate-35E between Dallas and Denton. Work should begin by mid-year and be done in 2016.