Resale Shop Benefitting SafeHaven Domestic Violence Survivors Closed Following 'Significant' BurglaryBerry Good Buys, the resale shop benefitting the women and children of the largest emergency domestic violence shelter in Tarrant County has closed after it was burglarized. 
3-Year-Old Girl Shot In Fort WorthFort Worth Police Department officials said today that a man walked into the Tarrant County Jail Lobby holding his 3-year-old daughter, who suffered a gunshot wound.
Smiles, Hugs And Happy Tears As 50 Children Are Adopted In Tarrant CountyMore than 1,200 children have been adopted during the event over the last 20 years.
Applications Piling Up As North Texans Are Still Trying To Get Rental AssistanceTarrant County on Tuesday adjusted its policy to make approvals easier, and move applications through faster.
Rent & Utility Assistance To Continue For Renters In Tarrant CountyThe Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) in Tarrant County will continue to accept new applications for rent relief.
North Texas Voters Focus On Basics: Approve Road And School Building Improvements In Bond ElectionsSome bond issues passed and others failed Tuesday night throughout North Texas.
Tarrant County Reports Spike In Intimate Partner HomicidesIn Tarrant County, 17 victims died at the hands of their intimate partner in 2020, which is more than double the amount the year before.
After Rise In Auto Thefts, Tarrant County Cracking Down On Car ThievesAuto crimes have evolved as technology in newer cars prompted thieves to refine how they steal them. They now use fake IDs to buy cars, steal auto parts such as catalytic converters and reprogram fobs to steal vehicles.
Tarrant County Prosecutor Chris Taylor Appointed Judge For Texas' 48th District CourtTaylor, 39, who works in the Tarrant County Criminal District Attorney's civil division, will replace retiring Judge David Evans.
Tarrant County Lifts Outdoor Burning Ban; Fire Marshal Reminds Of Safety RequirementsThere's no longer an outdoor burning ban in Tarrant County as of Oct. 20.
Tarrant County Wants Voters' Approval To Spend $400M For RoadsTarrant County is asking early voters tired of hitting the brakes to give the green light this week to $400,000,000 for new roads.