Family Of Arlington Man Who Caught Fire, Died After Officers Tased Him Files Federal LawsuitConstitutional rights lawyer Dean Malone filed suit in federal court in Dallas June 25, on behalf of the family of Gabriel Olivas, the man who was killed after dousing gasoline on himself and being tased by Arlington police July 2017.
1 Person Injured After Pickup Slams Into Side Of Arlington Western UnionCleanup continues in Arlington where a white pickup truck slammed into the side of a building. 
Lightning Suspected Of Sparking Dallas House FireLightning is suspected of causing a fire that left a home in Dallas heavily damaged early Monday morning.
Greenville Family Thankful Even After Lightning Fire Destroyed Home: 'We Would Have All Been Here Asleep'The Suttons had vacated their home when a storm killed the power. Later, lightning struck their home and caused a fire.
Texas Mansion Near Golf Course Goes Up In Flames, 2 Painters InjuredTwo painters were injured in a massive fire that destroyed a 10,000-square-foot Texas mansion.
Early Morning 4-Alarm Fire Consumes Lewisville Thrift StoreFirefighters have a contained a four-alarm fire that lit up the Thrift World in Lewisville Wednesday morning.
Crews Battle 3-Alarm Fire At Dallas Custom Cabinetry BusinessInvestigators with Dallas Fire Rescue are busy this morning trying to figure out what sparked a 3-alarm blaze at a business in the northwest part of the city.
Mother, Son Killed In East Benbrook House FireTwo people are dead following a fire that destroyed a house south of Benbrook Lake early Friday morning.
3 Dead In Fiery Crash In Arlington Caused By Suspected Drunk DriverThree people are dead after a fiery crash in Arlington late Thursday evening that was caused by a suspected drunk driver, police say.
Heavy Plumes Of Black Smoke Billow From Haslet Garage FireHaslet Fire-Rescue extinguished a garage fire in the 13800 block of Wood Springs Court.
Distracted Drivers An Increasing Threat To First RespondersNew research shows that many drivers are distracted by their phones when they're going past first responders working accidents on the roadways.