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Shocking Video Captures Moment Texas Girl Scouts Were Robbed Outside Walmart
This is one of those situations that makes you shake your head and question humanity. It's one thing to hear about adults stealing from businesses out of desperation but stealing from children? Even if you are in a desperate situation it seems like there has to be a better option than involving a group of minors in your crime. Not to mention how startling it must have been for the young girls just innocently trying to sell cookies.
Azle man charged with murder in 17-year-old's fatal fentanyl overdose
BEDFORD, Texas - An Azle man has been charged with murder after a 17-year-old in Bedford overdosed on fentanyl. Police say 19-year-old Kaeden Farish sold fentanyl-laced pills to the 17-year-old in January prior to their death. Farish was arrested on February 2 and charged with delivery of a controlled substance...
Another one gone: Fort Worth bakery-cafe closing due to ‘not enough people’ downtown
The sourdough bread and wine bar didn’t draw enough morning coffee drinkers or lunchtime office workers in a downtown dominated by hotels, tourists and steakhouses.
Taste of Italy: Discover Azle's 5 Must-Visit Italian Restaurants
In this article, we're going to explore five delightful Italian restaurants located in Azle. Have you had the pleasure of dining at any of these establishments? If you have, we'd love to hear about your experiences. Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.
Upcoming construction could triple traffic in part of Fort Worth
The City of Fort Worth may temporarily shut down a major thoroughfare for a construction project for 12 to 18 months. As part of the Central City Flood Control Project, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) will elevate North University Drive between 10 and 15 feet. They're asking the...
Trackdown: Help find suspect who stole power tools from Fort Worth store
FORT WORTH, Texas - In this week’s Trackdown, high-dollar power tools were stolen in the middle of the day from a Fort Worth home improvement store. Stealing expensive power tools is trending across the country right now, as it’s easy to resell to people who don't care where the equipment has come from.
These Fort Worth, TX based Puppies are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around fort worth..
Tarrant County Feb 21 Weekly Crime Report: 1347 Incidents and 71 Crime Stories
Tarrant County Feb 21 Weekly Crime Report: 1347 Incidents and 71 Crime Stories. During the last week, Tarrant County reported a total of 1347 crime cases. The most common crime was theft, with 288 incidents, followed by disturbances at 265, and assaults at 212. Suspicious situations were reported 153 times, while other unspecified crimes amounted to 112. Arrests were made in 73 cases, and there were 70 instances of burglary and 68 of vandalism. Trespassing was reported 53 times, hit and run incidents 35 times. The most severe crimes, such as shootings, robberies, domestic related incidents and arson were reported the least, with 9, 7, 1 and 1 cases respectively. This data reveals a high prevalence of theft and disturbances in the place, while more serious crimes like shooting and arson are relatively rare.
Mass outages hit AT&T cell phone customers
Early Thursday morning, AT&T began experiencing reports of loss in services on a mass scale. The website DownDetector.com received over 74,000 reports of outages at its peak at 8:13 a.m. Customers have reported smart phones, watches and other devices reliant on AT&T services to no longer being able to make calls. Users report a range of different services lost between devices.
Studio 6 project near Keller ISD Elementary put on hold after fiery town hall meeting
FORT WORTH - Keller Independent School District and Fort Worth city leaders will start emergency meetings Thursday to work on relocating a hotel project away from the school."This is a big deal to have Studio 6," Dr. Tracy Johnson said. "I mean, we're sharing green space, and that's the best y'all can do for our kids."Johnson, the Superintendent for KISD, parents of students at Basswood Elementary School, teachers and staff from the school, and other community members came into a town hall meeting on fire Wednesday night.They want a Studio 6 project near the school to move to another location....
Death Investigation: Stabbing Victim's Medical Examiner Report | Article Analysis
This post includes content modified using AI. At about 5:42 pm on Friday, February 16, Fort Worth police officers were told of a stabbing victim who had come to JPS Hospital. According to official records from the Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office, a man aged 36 was a victim of a stabbing in the vicinity of the 2200 block of W. Berry Street. case number 2403318 This crime happened in Tarrant County.
How a six-pack of beer, $100 got 11 rescuers in North Texas to drag a pig out of the thorns
This is the story of Pojo the pig who got stuck in acres of thorny brush and brought a Texas town together.
Man dies in motorcycle crash on Interstate 30 in Fort Worth, authorities say
The Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office identified the 26-year-old man who was killed.
Beans and cornbread
AZLE — Good times and great food were had by attendees, Azle alumni and FFA families Saturday night at the 16th Annual Beans and Cornbread Dinner and Auction. The event was held at Forte Junior High School Feb. 17 to raise money for a wide range of FFA student projects, activities and scholarships. City council members, superintendents, and local business owners alike enjoyed the homecooked meals, games and auction items that graced the event.
Crowley Man Charged with Capital Murder in Forney Resident's Fatal Shooting
A Crowley man, identified as 23-year-old Theodore Tommy-Alemenar Garcia, has been charged with capital murder for his alleged involvement in the fatal shooting of Forney resident Jessica Campos, authorities reported. NBC DFW detailed that the incident in question unfolded in December 2023, when Campos was found dead in her own garage following a reported argument and subsequent gunfire exchange that also left another suspect, 17-year-old Andrew Chazarreta of Fort Worth, deceased.
Azle High's Mariah Dillard Crowned State Wrestling Champion, Lady Hornets Secure 2nd Place
Azle High School's wrestling teams competed in the 2024 UIL State Championships in Cypress. The Lady Hornets team secured second place, with junior wrestler Mariah Dillard winning the state championship.
North Texas Cities Earn Top Spots in America's "Hardest-Working" List with Irving Shining at Second
Work wears a star-spangled hat in North Texas, where six cities have punched in among the top "hardest-working" across America. A recent WalletHub study has cast a spotlight on the tireless efforts of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, with Irving leading the charge at the second spot, scoring 76.39. Arlington, Dallas,...
Bond or bust (Part 2)
Editor’s note: This article is part two of a series to find out why Springtown Independent School District’s bond proposals have failed four times in a row. The Tri-County Reporter has interviewed supporters and opponents of the school bond and SISD’s leaders as well as retrieved data on local property taxes. Part one of this series tracks the history of SISD’s bond efforts. This article will examine the current state of SISD schools and claims of overcrowding.
FOX 4 All Day: Feb. 21, 2024
Dallas-Fort Worth news headlines and the weather forecast for Feb. 21, 2024, including a shooting that killed an Uber driver in South Dallas, a Carrollton police officer arrested for soliciting a prostitute and Irving police crackdown on speeders.
Helicopters, stop sticks, GPS trackers: How technology and tactics behind police chases are evolving
North Richland Hills Police Chief Mike Young can remember when chases ended only with a suspect in cuffs or in a wreck. A 39-year law enforcement veteran, his career in the department began with very different expectations for pursuits. “I was almost immediately put into traffic,” he said. “They put...