Man And Woman Shot In Arlington Shopping Center Parking Lot, Suspect In CustodyIt happened around 1:45 p.m. in 4600 block of S. Cooper St. outside the Ross Dress For Less store.
Arlington Resident Living Life Of 'Golden Riches' After $1M Scratch Ticket WinArlington is now home to a new millionaire who bought a winning ticket at A-Z Food Mart.
Pandemic Forces North Texans To Enjoy July 4th Weekend A Little DifferentlyArlington moved its annual fireworks display from downtown to allow spectators a chance to watch from their cars.
Give Blood, Get Peek Of Arlington's Globe Life FieldTexas Rangers fans should have been well acquainted with the new Globe Life Field by now, but due to the coronavirus there's yet to be a ticket taken.
Customers, Owners Of North Texas Bars Protest Shutdown Order Issued By GovernorOwners and customers of North Texas bars are protesting another shutdown order issued by Gov. Greg Abbott.
Several Texas Rangers Employees Test Positive For COVID-19, Team ConfirmsSeveral employees of the Texas Rangers have tested positive for COVID-19, the team confirmed late Friday evening.
Arlington Woman Ramping Up Production Of Face Masks With New Order In PlaceWith Tarrant County requiring face masks inside businesses, Arlington resident Louann Wilmeth said she expects to make many more masks in the coming days.
Arlington Man Charged In Connection With Body Found In Container The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said agents believe Jeffery Rogers, 60, of Arlington used a boat rented in Paris, Tennessee, to dispose of the body.
Accused Crystal Canyon Park Rapist Recorded Assault On His Phone A self-recorded video on 25-year-old Jessie Dewayne Ray's iPhone led police to arrest him for sexually assaulting a woman at Crystal Canyon Park in Arlington last September. 
Police Investigating After Arlington Motorcycle Crash Leaves 1 Dead, 1 InjuredA man is dead and a woman remains hospitalized after a motorcycle accident in Arlington.
UTA Announces New Face Mask Requirement To 'Minimize COVID-19 Risk'UTA isn't taking any chances when it comes to student safety from the coronavirus, requiring anyone on campus to cover their face starting this week.