Convincing Sob Story Leads To Scam In Golden Triangle AreaThe crying scammer is described as an African-American woman in her late 30's or early 40's, about 5'6" tall, 250 to 300 pounds with dark shoulder-length hair sometimes worn in braids.
Man's Arm Caught In Machinery In SaginawA man's arm became caught in a piece of machinery at a food facility in Saginaw on Monday morning. The worker was already freed once medical personnel arrived at the scene.
6-Year-Old Drowns At Fort Worth Community PoolA 6-year-old drowned at a community swimming pool in northwest Fort Worth, near the Saginaw city limits.
Secret Santa Surprises Saginaw Family With DecorationA Grinch stole a Saginaw family's Christmas decorations, but a Secret Santa gives them new ones.
North Texas Family Wants Justice For Stolen DecorationsA North Texas family looking for justice in their own way after the Grinch made an early appearance.
Bee Swarm Stings Middle School StudentsTwenty-three middle school students at Highland Middle School in Saginaw had to be treated for multiple bee stings after someone disturbed a hive during PE class.
Officer's Heartfelt Words For Teen Who Shot HimBefore the teen who pled guilty to murdering a 6-year-old Saginaw girl left to begin his prison sentence, he listened to statements from the girl's parents, and the Arlington police officer he shot.
Child Killer Sentenced To Life In Prison, Plus 40 YearsA Saginaw teenager has pleaded guilty to the sexual assault and suffocation of 6-year-old.
Memorial Unveiled For Slain Saginaw GirlA memorial for a 6-year-old Saginaw girl who police say was sexually assaulted and killed by her teen neighbor was unveiled Saturday.
Technology Sheds Light On Fort Worth RodeoChelby Farley is a high school senior from Saginaw who loves coming to the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo. But Farley experiences the stock show differently from most.
Residents In Fight With City Over Drug Rehab LocationA battle has been brewing for months in the Tarrant County city of Saginaw. Residents and some businesses are fighting the city over a proposed drug rehabilitation facility moving to the area.
DFW Hospitals Welcome New Year's BabiesSeveral hospitals across North Texas on Wednesday morning were eager to celebrate the births of their first 2014 babies. Check out some of the newest DFW residents.