Fort Worth Police Chief Ed Kraus Ready To 'Explore Next Chapter,' Will Retire By Year's EndAfter serving the City of Fort Worth for the past 28 years, Chief Ed Kraus has announced his intention to retire from the Fort Worth Police Department at the end of the year.
'Heart Wrenching,' Fellow Law Enforcement Members Remember Fallen Officers From 7/7 Ambush"I’m just reflecting ​back on four years ago, ​how heart-wrenching that ​evening was,” retired DPD Sgt. Mike Gurley said.
NAACP Demands 'Real Change And Action,' Presents List Of Demands To Fort Worth City CouncilA local NAACP chapter presented a letter with a list of demands concerning police and community relations for Fort Worth city council members on Tuesday night. 
Dallas County Commissioners Vote In Favor Of Cite And ReleaseDallas County commissioners unanimously passed a resolution to supporting "cite and release" for all eligible crimes.
DPD: Hiring Outpaced Attrition In Past YearFor the first time in years, the Dallas Police Department gained more officers than it lost.
Officer Shot During Midland-Odessa Rampage Leaves Hospital; Specialist Will Treat Glass Shards In EyeFellow officers, members of the community and hospital professionals lined up in respect and cheered as Officer Zack Owens was wheeled out of the hospital.
$40K Raised For Family Of Fallen Grand Prairie Officer AJ CastanedaThe organization Back The Blue HQ presented a check for more than $40,000 to the family of A.J. Castaneda on Wednesday.
Dine At Chick-fil-A, Donate To Fallen Officer A.J. Castaneda's FamilyChick-fil-A will donate 20% of sales Monday to the family of fallen Grand Prairie Officer A.J. Castaneda. 
Fort Worth Officer Matt Pearce, Shot 6 Times, Returns To Where Life Nearly Ended 3 Years AgoAfter a long recovery, Officer Pearce is back on patrol, with a mission that could lead him to help save another officer facing the same fate he did.
Wellness Program Assists Officers Manage Life Outside Line Of DutyGrand Prairie Police officials are rolling out a comprehensive wellness program for officers following an alarming trend of officer suicides in 2018.
Dallas Police Department Encouraged By Number Of New ApplicantsThe Dallas Police Department is hiring, and they’re looking for more than just a few good men and women.