Patrol Car Hit, Arlington Officers Respond To More Than 82 Crashes Overnight Due To Slick RoadsA patrol car was struck by another car that lost control in the 6500 block of West I.H. 20 after midnight.
'Sliding' Street Racer Slams Into Power Pole SaturdayThey turn busy intersections into racetracks, shutting them down to perform stunts in the middle of the night.
Months Before Work-From-Home Shift, Report Shows US Gas Mileage Down, Emissions UpBad environmental news after a new government report shows gas mileage for new vehicles dropped and pollution increased in model year 2019 for the first time in five years.
See Big Tex In A Mask, Enjoy State Fair Of Texas Drive-Thru For First Time In 134 Year HistoryThis fall may be your only chance to see Big Tex wearing a mask, when for the first time in its 134-year history, the State Fair of Texas offers fans a way to experience it without ever leaving their cars. 
Texas DMV Revokes 'JAIL 45' Vanity Plates After Someone ComplainsA Fort Worth man says he doesn’t understand why his anti-President Trump personalized license plates were revoked by the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles.
Grapevine Train Derails In Fort Worth, No Injuries ReportedAround 2:30 p.m. Dec. 30, the train was going through a switch on Long Avenue, when two of its cars slipped off the tracks.
Toyota North American CEO Jim Lentz To Retire After 38 YearsToyota's top executive in North America is retiring in April.
Rats! New, Cheaper Vehicle Wiring Apparently Attracts Rodents, Leads To DamageSome of the biggest names in the auto industry have faced class action lawsuits over this issue, but so far, each case has been dismissed.
Bad Weather And Traffic Plague 2nd Busiest Holiday Travel Season In A DecadeIf you plan to go out of town this week and haven’t hit the road yet, prepare for bad weather and traffic.
TxDOT Urges Drivers To 'End The Streak' Of Daily DeathsToday marks a grim anniversary, one that continues to serve as an important message for drivers.
Striking Workers At General Motors Plant In Arlington Approve Contract DealStriking workers at the General Motors factory with the most employees -- in Arlington, Texas -- have approved a new contract with the company.