The capital murder trial of Eddie Routh, an Iraq war veteran accused of killing Chris Kyle and a friend in Erath County in February 2013, is set for Feb. 9 in Stephenville.
A 51-year-old man, who is deaf and mute, walked out of a group home in Fort Worth Friday morning, police said.
Afternoon fire damages apartments on East Sanford Street in Arlington.
Tarrant County jury begins deliberating case of fired Fort Worth narcotics officer accused of taking shoes and a video game from residence during a drug search.
A 49-year-old Dallas man was fatally shot by North Richland Hills SWAT officers in December after a 2 1/2-hour standoff in Colleyville.
Habitual felon Nathaniel Washington was sentenced for selling cocaine to an undercover officer in 2012.
A mediation group almost reached consensus on grandfathering Wednesday night.
Police say the suspect had met the victim, a 67-year-old mental health patient, outside a convenience store and offered her a ride.
Dr. Millard “Lou” Tierce has been accused by former customers of keeping their pets alive after telling the owners they had been euthanized.
Under new leases approved today by the Downtown Tax Increment Finance board, visitors to downtown Fort Worth can continue to park for free at four key garages in Sundance Square.
The Stockyards Preservation Foundation of Fort Worth unanimously voted to endorse the proposed user taxes on the Nov. 4 ballot.
Fort Worth police confirm that all six suspects jailed in connection with the case are either members or known associates of the white supremacist gang.
The shirts for seniors on the football team say, “We take what we want” and “Shhhhhhh, just let it happen.”
Arlington officials hope voters will approve $160 million bond issue to rebuild bumpy streets, buckled sidewalks and congested roadways.
Access to to the toll road is about to get a lot easier for motorists near downtown Fort Worth.
The father of ex-Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick has been released from a federal prison in Texas to a Dallas-area halfway house following his tax crime conviction tied to a Detroit City Hall corruption probe.
The city’s mayor said he is concerned that the cyber attacks are related to shooting of a pit bull by a police officer, which is under investigation.
Officials are encouraging Texans to cast a straight ticket vote and help candidates up and down the ballot.
One Safe Place will offer a variety of services to victims of domestic violence.
A Dallas County grand jury will review the shooting death of a robbery suspect, Dallas police said.
After the verdict, former officer Antoine Jevon Williams said of his former colleagues, “Not only did you fire me but you tried to ruin my life.”
The Rev. W.G. Daniels, who died in 2012, was the first president of the Ministers Against Crime.
Six Labrador puppies were delivered Thursday to the arms of eager volunteers who will raise them until they are old enough for training as guide dogs for the blind.
On the last day of early voting, officials warn voters to be careful what they wear.
Wade Troupe, who had been the instructor for the school’s Junior Cadet Corps since 2011, has resigned from the district, school officials say.
Trick-or-treaters should look for clear skies and temperatures in the upper 50s on Halloween night.
A former Fort Worth police sergeant is accused of taking four pairs of Nike athletic shoes and a video game from a suspected drug dealer
For the first time, Halloween weekend has been added to the list of “no refusal” periods for suspected drunken drivers, the Tarrant County district attorney’s office announced.
Both major party gubernatorial candidates were here reaching out to local voters to “rally the troops.”
For three decades, the Indianettes have been pleasing local palates with their famous fall treat.