State Highway 114
Police attempted to stop a suspect in Watauga early Monday morning, but ended up involved in a chase that wandered all the way to Grapevine, some 13 miles away.
The DFW Connector Project is almost complete. There are a few things left for workers to finish, and that will require some new traffic patterns along area roads this weekend.
Relief may soon be on the way for hundreds of thousands of North Texas commuters.
Police are investigating a fatal wrong-way crash in Southlake. The incident happened just after 1:30 a.m. on State Highway 114, near Kimball Avenue.
Crews worked through the night to clean up debris from a massive tanker truck fire along State Highway 114 in Roanoke.
Part of State Highway 114 in Roanoke has reopened after a collision between a Jeep and a tanker truck carrying jet fuel left smoke billowing into the North Texas sky.
Work is nearly halfway complete on the big DFW Connector Project, on Highway 121 and 114 in Grapevine. But anyone driving in the area this weekend should be on the lookout for major changes.
The extreme heat pounding North Texas is wreaking havoc on roadways. Currently crews with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), are making at least one heat-related repair a week because of buckling.
At least three major roadways will be shut down as construction crews work to complete various projects across North Texas this weekend.