A suspect chase by the Fort Worth Police Department turned into a communications nightmare early Friday morning. Critical police radio systems collapsed across Fort Worth.
MedStar paramedics will be wearing pink gloves throughout October in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. “The color really stands out,” said paramedic Shannon Rucker.
A swarm of bees stung eight people in a northeast Fort Worth neighborhood Sunday afternoon, said Fort Worth Fire Department spokesman Richard Harrison.
MedStar says heat-related calls are down 30 percent compared to 2012, but a string of hot days can quickly change that.
Police are investigating an east Fort Worth shooting, that injured a young child and two women.
A North Fort Worth church is doing a lot of praying lately about a construction project about to start in front of the building.
Two Fort Worth paramedics rescued a woman who was trapped inside her burning, wrecked pickup truck after it rolled on West Freeway early Thursday morning.
An afternoon of trying to outrun an oncoming train proved deadly for a Fort Worth teenager.
When you call MedStar in Fort Worth for medical assistance, dispatchers may or may not send an ambulance to your location. Last year the emergency medical service began a Nurse Triage Program, that screens non-critical calls.
A wrong-way driver made for nervous times for people driving on I-30 in East Fort Worth Wednesday morning.
If passed, Texas Representative Ken King’s bill would allow EMS in counties with fewer than 50,000 people, like Cooke, to carry guns.
John Farris has been answering emergency calls as a paramedic for 10 years. But the MedStar employee always wished he didn’t have to be on the scene after a medical condition put the patient in danger.