Fort Worth police give update on shooting of 29-year-old man
Police provided an update on the deadly shooting of a 29-year-old man in the West 7th area of Fort Worth.
Fort Worth Mar 04 Weekly Crime Report: 647 Incidents and 24 Crime Stories
Fort Worth Mar 04 Weekly Crime Report: 647 Incidents and 24 Crime Stories. During the last week, Fort Worth reported a total of 647 crime cases. The most common type of crime was theft, with 254 incidents, making up approximately 39% of all cases. This was followed by assault, which accounted for 145 cases or about 22% of the total. Other types of crime, including vandalism, arrests, and burglary, were also reported, with 79, 54, 45, and 42 cases respectively. Less frequent but still notable were trespassing incidents (17 cases), shootings, and robberies (both with 3 cases each). The least common crimes were arson and disturbances, each with 2 cases, and domestic-related incidents, with only 1 case reported. The data suggests a concerning prevalence of theft and assault in the place, highlighting the need for heightened security measures and public awareness.
Fort Worth cop accused of lying about leave time fired
FORT WORTH, Texas — A long-time Fort Worth police officer was fired after an investigation found he lied about the use of his leave time. The department says Officer Stephen Thompson was terminated on Feb. 29, according to a news release. Thompson was placed on restricted duty related to a previous investigation, involving charges of driving while intoxicated back in August 2022 while he was off duty.
Facing rezoning, homeowners in far north Fort Worth plead for stores, not homes
These homeowners want stores, not more houses, in their neighborhood
Three years after blackouts, Fort Worth water spends $64M to withstand future outages
When the February 2021 winter storm nearly brought the Texas electricity grid to its knees, maintenance superintendent Kenny Wilson understood that he and his Fort Worth’s water department staff were facing what might be the most difficult days of their careers. Power outages at the city’s water treatment plants...
Fort Worth Community Mobilized in Search for Missing Man Rick Bunch as Police Seek Public's Help
Authorities are seeking the public's help in locating Rick Bunch, a 57-year-old man who has recently been reported missing. The Fort Worth Police Department posted an alert on their official Facebook page with details of Bunch's disappearance. The department’s appeal for assistance includes a description of Bunch, and his age, and urges people to spread the word in hopes of finding him.
A Shady Fort Worth Business Owner Cheats Employees, Now Paying The Price
Good news for twenty-one workers in Fort Worth, TX, this week, after the U.S. Labor Department stepped in to force a business owner to actually pay employees. Just a reminder that it was just 120 years ago, in 1904, that they stopped allowing kids to work. And you know if some of these business owners could they'd turn us all into free labor.
RECENT ARRESTS IN KELLER
Arrest and booking photos are provided by law enforcement officials. Arrest does not imply guilt and criminal charges are merely accusations. A defendant is presumed innocent, unless proven guilty and convicted in a Court of Law. PRIAR, EMANUEL; B/M; POB: GA; AGE: 22; ADDRESS: MISSISSIPPI; OCCUPATION: FORK LIFT. ARREST AGENCY:...
Tarrant jury finds man guilty of capital murder in deaths of girlfriend, unborn twins
When Darionne Burley was shot to death, her twin boys died too.
A troubled former Boy Scout camp could be set aside for green space
Living in a Lake Worth neighborhood provides many advantages. Residents live close to nature but are minutes away from a major highway connecting them to the rest of the city. Living on Lake Worth also brings challenges, from the occasional alligator sightings to rumors of the Lake Worth Monster. Mark...
A Recap of The Second Annual Fort Worth Music Festival — And How Chef Tim Love Is Making It a Family Business
Tannahill's Music Hall was one of eight stages featuring musical acts this year. (Photo by Zac Simmons) In 2023, Tim Love approached two music festival veterans (singer/songwriter/festival organizer Larry Joe Taylor and Live Nation’s Anthony Nicolaidis) with the idea of launching a music festival and conference in Cowtown. What they managed to pull off with less than five months of lead time was truly impressive. The inaugural Fort Worth Music Festival and Conference event drew over 3,500 attendees from 25 states with over 50 live performances.
2024 Election: Nikki Haley holding rally in Fort Worth Monday
FORT WORTH, Texas - Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley is holding a campaign rally in Fort Worth on Monday ahead of her Super Tuesday contests against GOP-favorite Donald Trump. Haley will be at Tannahill's Tavern and Music Hall in Fort Worth at 6:30 p.m. Haley, the former governor of South...
Hail, gusty winds possible as new storms arrive in Dallas-Fort Worth. Here’s where, when
Stormy days are back in North Texas. Here’s what the forecast says.
Fort Worth, TX: Cook Children's Urgent Care location closed temporarily due to electrical outage
The closest Cook Children's Urgent Care to the Alliance location is on West Pulaski Street in Fort Worth.
18 hospitalized after crash at northbound I-35W at Garden Acres Drive, officials say
FORT WORTH, Texas — MedStar says 18 people were taken to area hospitals after police say a van hit a median and flipped upside down in the northbound lanes of I-35W at Garden Acres Drive in Fort Worth Saturday afternoon. The northbound lanes of I-35W at Garden Acres Drive...
Local Seminary Student, Courtney Smith, Uses Music to Serve Church and Honor Faith
Courtney Smith, a student at Southwestern Seminary, has discussed her musical journey and its connection to her faith. Originally from Philadelphia, Mississippi, Smith started her musical education at East Central Community College and Clarke-Venable Baptist Church. She initially considered studying music therapy at William Carey University (WCU), but decided it wasn't the right fit.
Texas Police Turn 'Goat Wranglers' To Round Up Escaped Herd
Texas Police Turn 'Goat Wranglers' To Round Up Escaped Herd. Police officers in Arlington, Texas were forced to become “goat wranglers” after a large herd of the animals escaped from their enclosure and ran amok. Hundreds of goats had been introduced to the Crystal Canyon Natural Area in a bid to clear invasive plants from the park. However, things got a little hairy when the unruly herd escaped and was found hoofing around the area’s Brown Boulevard and Winding Hollow Lane. ”Oh, this is a mess! Go goats, go! Back to where you came from, please," an Arlington Police officer wearing a body camera said. "Who knew we were goat wranglers now?”. The police did not kid around, however, and were able to get all the goats rounded up and back in their enclosure.
The Ultimate Party Pad Just Hit The Market in Fort Worth
Home » Fort Worth » The Ultimate Party Pad Just Hit The Market in Fort Worth. Dave Perry-Miller’s Lance Blann is a man with a plan. And yes, I did resist every urge to add double n’s to man and plan. His latest listing is the...
Really? This City Has The Most Horrible Weather In Texas?
While we do have some annoyances here and there, El Paso is far from having the worst weather in the state of Texas. Texas is big, as we all know, and with that great size comes great extremes as far as the weather goes. Hail, lightning, sleet, snow, rain, flooding ... seriously, we have got everything.