Fort Worth Officer Aaron Dean Resigns After Fatally Shooting Atatiana Jefferson, Chief Says He Was Going To Be FiredThe Fort Worth officer who shot and killed Atatiana Jefferson in her home while responding to a welfare check has resigned from the department before he could be fired.
Fort Worth Chief, City Leaders Hold News Conference Over Fatal Shooting Of Atatiana JeffersonFort Worth Interim Police Chief Ed Kraus, Mayor Betsy Price and City Manager David Cooke are holding a news conference Monday afternoon after an officer fatally shot a woman inside her home during a welfare check.
Fort Worth Officials Travel To D.C., Push For New Gun Safety LawsAs Congress returns for the fall session, The U.S. Conference of Mayors is in Washington D.C. — pushing lawmakers to pass certain gun safety legislation.
North Texas Mayors Demand Action From Senate On Gun SafetyIn response to the recent mass shootings, mayors across the country are coming together and asking what they can do to prevent future tragedies.
City Looking Into Reported Confrontation Between Fort Worth Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald, CLEAT President In WashingtonThe mayor of Fort Worth said the city will be looking into the actions of the police chief during events meant to honor fallen officers.
Behind The Scenes With Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price
Betsy Price Makes History To Become Fort Worth Mayor For 5th TermWith 99 out of 106 precincts reporting, Price leads Tarrant County Democratic Party Chair Deborah Peoples 56-42 percent.
Partisan Politics Enters Typically Non-Partisan Mayor's Race In Fort WorthMunicipal elections are normally considered non-partisan, but in the Fort Worth mayor's race, party affiliation has become a factor.
Price Seeks To Become Longest-Serving Mayor In Fort Worth HistoryBetsy Price formally announced another run for the position Thursday. First elected in 2011, a win would make her the longest-serving mayor in the city’s history.
Fort Worth Working To Fix Pension Fund Before BankruptcyFort Worth is facing some tough choices as it tries to keep its promises to city workers while fixing a pension fund that could go bankrupt. Raising taxes is an option.
Communities Work To Become More Age-Friendly For ResidentsHundreds of communities around the world, both big and small, are working to make sure that people can live there from birth all the way into old age.
Facebook To Open Data Center In Fort WorthSocial media giant Facebook is making a big announcement on Tuesday about a massive new internet hub located in north Fort Worth.
Fort Worth Mayor Upset With Police Workers Comp. FirmFort Worth Mayor Betsy Price is demanding answers from the workers compensation company in charge of providing benefits to Sgt. Drake.
Jewell Pledges $43 Million To ConservationU.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell has announced that more than $43 million will be distributed from a federal fund for recreation and conservation projects nationwide.
Fort Worth And Toluca, Mexico Mayors Bike To Barbeque LunchFort Worth Mayor Betsy Price and Hilda Gonzalez Calderon, mayor of Toluca, Mexico, biked to a barbeque lunch on Saturday.