North Texas Mr. Jim's Restaurant Temporarily Shuts Down After Employees Allegedly Put Miralax On PizzaA North Texas Mr. Jim's Pizza has been temporarily shut down after health inspectors found that three employees put a laxative into pizza that was eaten by another employee.
Affidavit: Man Admits 'Frustration' Made Him Abuse 8-Week-Old BabyThe baby is fighting for his life at Cook Children's Hospital, where he arrived with hemorrhaging in the brain and bruises on his body.
20-Year-Old Man Charged With Injury To Child In SpringtownA man was accused of critically hurting an infant which led to his arrest Saturday night, police say.
Officials Confirm That F-16 Made Loud 'Boom' Sound Over Parker CountyPolice in both Springtown and Azle reported a "large boom" noise on Wednesday morning. However, they were not initially able to identify what made the sound.
Possible Dinosaur Tracks Discovered In SpringtownA hiker found the tracks and paleontologists are pretty excited about them.
Man Accused Of Abusing Sick Child Crying For Her MotherA North Texas man is out of jail despite facing a third-degree felony charge of injury to a child after he allegedly abused a little girl
Hail Leaves Behind Damage In SpringtownHail from severe storms pounded areas to the north and west of Fort Worth on Wednesday night, and cleanup is getting started on Thursday.
Missing Teenage Girl Found Safe In Parker CountyParker County Sheriff’s investigators are seeking the public's help in finding a 17-year-old woman who disappeared last week in Springtown.
Springtown Man Sentenced To Prison For Beating Gay ManA federal judge has sentenced a North Texas man to more than 15 years in federal prison after he pleaded guilty to kidnapping and severely beat a gay man he met through an online service.
AUDIO: Mom Calls 911 After Four-Time Deportee Allegedly Molests DaughterThe panic and outrage can be heard in a mother's voice as she calls 911 to report her home has been broken into and her daughter has been molested.
Defendants Charged With Illegal Re-Entry Face Light Prison SentencesSince October of 2013, records from the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse at Syracuse University (TRAC) show the number of people in the U.S. prosecuted by the federal government for illegal re-entry has surged to nearly 20,000.