Crews responded to a one-alarm fire at an apartment complex in Everman on Thursday morning. Heavy smoke and flames were showing as firefighters pulled up to the scene.
A teen who admitted to killing four people in a drunk driving crash was given a sentence of 10 years probation. Now, Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst is calling for changes.
Connor McCreight’s ankle monitor is a daily reminder of his past. He is still serving punishment for a crime committed when he was just 14-year-old. He says compared to admitted drunk driver Ethan Couch his sentence from the same judge was harsh.
An inmate serving 70 years in a North Texas drug case has pleaded guilty to the 1984 slaying of an elderly woman and was sentenced to 20 more years behind bars.
Days after a North Texas teen was sentenced to probation for hitting and killing four people while driving drunk the Tarrant County District Attorney is calling for his incarceration.
A 23-year-old Arlington man has been sentenced to life in prison for lighting his longtime girlfriend on fire.
Tarrant County Fire units and volunteer fire departments in Fort Worth and Azle quickly responded to the scene of a home explosion.
Prosecutors said Monday that a North Texas teen’s probation sentence for a drunken wreck that killed four pedestrians frustrates them, too, but they haven’t found a way to seek a stiffer sentence.
The state’s top lawyer, Attorney General Greg Abbott, has joined the growing chorus of voices expressing outrage over the sentence handed down to 16-year-old Ethan Couch.
Outrage builds against Ethan Couch, 16, who was sentenced to probation for killing four people while drunk in Tarrant County.
The state’s highest criminal court upheld the murder conviction and death sentence given to a Fort Worth man for a 2010 convenience store holdup that left two men dead.
The teen accused of driving drunk and killing four people is scheduled to go on trial Wednesday in Fort Worth.