Silver Alert Issued For Missing Azle ManA Silver Alert has been issued for a missing 78-yard-old man from Azle.
1,000+ Acre Grass Fire In Parker County; Some Evacuations OrderedDozens of firefighters worked grass fires in two parts of North Texas on Monday.
Woman's Body Found After Crews Battle Parker County House FireA woman who lived alone died early Friday morning after fire destroyed her home in Parker County. Investigators are now looking into the cause of the deadly fire.
Large Grass Fire Scorches 250 Acres In Parker CountyIt is the area of 300 Walden Road near Granbury Highway, south of Weatherford and as of 8:30 p.m. was 96 percent contained with some hay bales still smoldering.
Family, Friends Remember Woman Found Shot To Death In Bank Parking LotA Weatherford man is behind bars after two women were found dead. Family and friends of one of the victims are wondering - why?
North Texas Man Arrested After 2 Women Slain In Parking LotPolice say a North Texas man has been arrested in the fatal shooting of two women in a bank parking lot when the business was closed.
Hot Car Deaths of Parker County Children Ruled HomicideRandolph told police the 2-year-old and 1-year-old refused to get out of the car, so she shut the car door to "teach them a lesson".
Authorities Allege 14 Arrested Part Of North Texas Drug RingAuthorities in North Texas say they have arrested 14 people who were part of a ring that sold drugs in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Mammoth Remains Uncovered In Parker CountyNow a team of instructors and students are piecing together bones and the animal's life history.
Weatherford Man Arrested On Child Sexual Assault ChargeA Weatherford man is excused of sexually assaulting his 15-year-old neighbor.
2 Toddlers Die After Locking Themselves Inside Hot CarA mother found her 16 month-old son and 2-year-old daughter dead inside a hot car this afternoon.
2 Seriously Injured In Plane Crash In Parker CountyTwo men were taken to a Fort Worth hospital with serious injuries after their plane crashed in Parker County, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety.