Union Pacific Worker Killed By Train In ArlingtonDetectives believe that Union Pacific Railroad employees were in the process of switching train cars on the tracks when the incident occurred.
Former Police Officer Convicted On False Purple Heart ClaimsA former police officer has been convicted on six of seven charges related to falsely claiming he received a military Purple Heart.
Fort Worth City Council To Vote On 'Quiet Zones'Tonight Fort Worth's city council is on track to silence train horns at ten of the noisiest intersections in the city.
Man Suffers Head Injuries After Being Struck By Train In DallasAccording to Union Pacific, one of its trains struck a man who was on the tracks near Military Avenue early Sunday morning.
Nobody Hurt When 4 Freight Train Cars Derail In East TexasOfficials say nobody has been hurt in an East Texas derailment that sent four freight cars off the tracks including one crashing into an unoccupied warehouse.
Hwy 377 To Temporarily Open During Peak Traffic HoursDue to high traffic use, officials have decided that the stretch of road from Cross Timbers to Bobcat Boulevard will be open to traffic from 6:00am to 9:00am each morning, and from 3:00pm to 6:00pm each afternoon.
Workers Clear All Cars After Train Derailment In RoanokeUnion Pacific spokesman Jeff DeGraff said Monday evening that all 26 of the derailed cars were cleared.
Suspected Drunk Driver Breaks RR Crossing Arm, Roads ClosedPolice in Arlington say a suspected drunk driver hit a railroad crossing and broke the crossing arm just before midnight. This morning crews are working feverishly to repair the damage, but some lanes in the area remain closed.
Texas Train Tracks Fixed After FloodingRepairs are completed on some washed-out North Texas train tracks blamed for a weekend derailment.
Trains Silencing Horns Through Downtown MesquiteTrains with Union Pacific and Amtrak do not have to sound horns except in emergencies.
Judge Puts Action On Hold In Midland Veterans Parade Crash TrialA West Texas judge has postponed further action in the trial of a lawsuit arising from a collision between a freight train and a veterans' parade float that killed four vets.
Judge To Rule On Ending Parade Crash TrialA ruling is expected from a Midland judge on whether to dismiss a lawsuit arising from the crash of a freight train and a veterans' parade float that killed four vets.

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