80-Year-Old Fort Worth Man Evicted From HomeAn 80-year-old man was evicted from the only home he's known for years in Fort Worth on Friday.
'Affluenza' Teen's Mom Behind Bars AgainJudge Wayne Salvant issued the warrant Wednesday for the arrest of Tonya Couch after she allegedly tested positive for amphetamine or methamphetamine, violating the terms of her release on bond.
Ceremony Held For Fallen Tarrant County Law Enforcement OfficersAn annual ceremony to remember law enforcement officers who died on the job in Tarrant County was held in Fort Worth today.
Much-Anticipated 360 Tollway Opens, Brings Improvements To North Texas TravelThe ribbon has been cut, and the newest stretch of tollway has officially opened in North Texas. The 360 Tollway opened late Friday afternoon to hopefully make improvements to travel between several counties.
Tarrant County Justice Of The Peace Pleads Guilty To TamperingThe Justice of the Peace for Precinct 3 in Tarrant County -- Judge Russ Casey -- has pled guilty to Tampering with a Government Record.
Fire, Explosions Rock North Texas Chemical Recycling CompanyA massive fire at a recycling center in Tarrant County shot flames sky high early Friday morning and was still burning into the afternoon.
Fort Worth Officer Indicted In Alleged Attack On SuspectA Tarrant County grand jury indicted officer Jon Romer, Jr. last week on charges of official oppression and perjury.
4 Tarrant County Deputy Constables Charged In 'Double Dipping' InvestigationA CBS11 I-Team investigation exposed deputy constables at Precinct 8 working private security jobs with on the clock for Tarrant County.
Chief Deputy Constable Pleads Guilty After I-Team InvestigationThe Tarrant County DA's office began looking into the claims after an I-Team investigation last November revealed how deputies were allegedly double dipping.
Doctors Remind That It's Not Too Late To Get The Flu ShotTwo more people in Dallas County have died from flu-related illnesses. That brings the total number to 69 flu-related deaths in Dallas County this season, and the season is not over yet.
CDC Continues To Track Flu Cases During Government ShutdownThe country is trying to get a handle on one of the most severe flu seasons in recent history. The CDC is still tracking flu cases, and will continue to do so despite the government shutdown.
Severe Weather Threat Moves Through North Texas; Parts Hit With HailParts of North Texas were hit with hail during severe weather Sunday as the threat moved through the area.