Tarrant County College
Law enforcement officials in Arlington are searching for a suspected gunman who shot someone near Tarrant County College’s southeast campus.
A new state law allows trained school staff members to carry guns on campus. The training program started Monday at Tarrant County College’s northwest campus.
Claudia Garcia works for the College Access and Community Outreach Program at Tarrant County College.
The Tarrant County Coalition of Crime Victim Services will plant a tree Thursday, April 25 in recognition of crime victims rights week.
An alert went out to all students at the Tarrant Co College SE campus in Arlington around noon today warning students that the campus was on lockdown.
A chase by Grand Prairie Police ended across the border in Arlington with the suspect shot in the parking lot of a community college.
The mood is much lighter at Community Food Bank in Fort Worth this weekend.
Community Food Bank serves 1400 people a day, and is the only place that offers fresh produce and meat. But it’s facing a financial problem that could close it’s doors.
Wrong way signs are there, but the left turn from State Highway 360 south onto U.S. 287 south still manages to confuse drivers who have to cross several northbound lanes and a median.
The president of the Tarrant County College Southeast Campus in Arlington sent out a letter Thursday detailing steps being taken in light of the recent tuberculosis (TB) alert.
A former student testing positive for tuberculosis has 200 students, faculty and staff at Tarrant County College’s Southeast campus in Arlington facing the possibility of needing their own TB tests.
A Tarrant County College professor alleges he was forced to resign for his beliefs, while school officials say they received complaints that he used his classroom as an aggressive pulpit.