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Will Fort Worth's proposed plans to clear highway wrecks cause wrecks of their own?
In an effort to find a way to speed up the time wrecker companies respond to highway accidents, the Fort Worth Police Department may be looking to a technology company … Click to Continue »

POSTED APRIL 25, 2018 6:19 AM
Dallas police announce that one officer has died, two others remain in critical condition
Authorities in Dallas are reporting that two officers have been shot and critically wounded, one dying later, while a civilian was also shot at a Home Depot in Dallas. Police later captured suspect after a wild chase. … Click to Continue »

POSTED APRIL 25, 2018 11:20 AM
1 of 2 Dallas police officers shot at Home Depot dies
One of two police officers shot at a Home Depot in northeast Dallas Tuesday afternoon has died, Dallas Police Chief Renee Hall said Wednesday morning. Hall said officer Rogelio Santander, … Click to Continue »

POSTED APRIL 25, 2018 11:56 AM
High tech could decide who tows your car
Fort Worth Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald wants to revamp the city's tow truck ordinance so disabled vehicles can be cleared from roadways more quickly. It sounds logical, but the city … Click to Continue »

POSTED APRIL 25, 2018 5:59 PM
Jury finds man guilty of murdering his estranged wife in Southlake. Sentencing is next
After deliberating for two days, a jury found Kenneth Martin guilty of murder in the killing of his estranged wife, shooting her as she sat in a Jeep in Southlake … Click to Continue »

POSTED APRIL 25, 2018 1:36 PM
Play ball! Congressional Republicans hold first baseball practice since 2017 shooting
They were back on the field Wednesday. Less than a year after being shot at during their last baseball practice, the Republican Congressional Baseball team got back to work. Wednesday … Click to Continue »

POSTED APRIL 25, 2018 2:03 PM
Slain suspect never fired his loaded weapon at Grand Prairie officers, police say
A suspect shot and killed in a standoff with police never fired his loaded weapon, but he raised the weapon at police despite commands to put it down, authorities said … Click to Continue »

POSTED APRIL 25, 2018 3:48 PM
Irving toddler dies from injuries he suffered in Fort Worth highway crash
An Irving toddler died Tuesday night from injuries he suffered in a traffic accident on Interstate 35W, police said. Two other people were seriously injured in the Monday wreck, according … Click to Continue »

POSTED APRIL 25, 2018 12:17 PM
Teen faces charges in armed kidnapping, robbery of Fort Worth couple
Police arrested the first of three suspects accused of kidnapping and robbing a Fort Worth couple. Roycameion Willie, 19, was jailed Tuesday on charges of aggravated kidnapping and aggravated robbery, … Click to Continue »

POSTED APRIL 25, 2018 9:09 AM
She was hit by a train and killed, and police are still trying to figure out why
Fort Worth police are investigating the death of a female teen who was hit by a train Monday night, spokesman Jimmy Pollozani said. Mekyla Yargee, 19, an Irving resident, was … Click to Continue »

POSTED APRIL 25, 2018 12:36 PM

City News

Fort Worth Marshals welcome new City Marshal to their ranks
The City of Fort Worth has the largest marshal's office in the state, and it is unique among those in Texas for its scope of responsibilities. A new Fort Worth City Marshal, Philip J. Swift, joins their ranks on April 30.

All library branches to close May 3 for staff training
All Fort Worth Library branches will close for one day, May 3, for staff training and development. All branches will resume their regularly scheduled service times the following day.

Hammond Street drainage improvements moving forward
The city will meet with residents at 6 p.m. May 10, to discuss the plan for the Hammond Street drainage improvements.

Meet the candidates for Fort Worth’s new fire chief
Meet the finalists for the Fort Worth fire chief during an informal reception 5:30-7 p.m. April 30. Each candidate will give a short presentation, and a reception for community members will follow. All Fort Worth residents are invited.

Sidewalk construction scheduled for east Fort Worth
The city will host a project meeting to inform residents about sidewalk construction scheduled along Bridge Street, Woodhaven and Boca Raton boulevards on May 3.

Stock up on emergency supplies during tax-free weekend
You can purchase certain emergency preparation supplies tax-free during the 2018 emergency preparation supplies sales tax holiday. This year's holiday begins at 12:01 a.m. April 28 and ends at midnight April 30.

Join FitWorth for a progressive dinner on two wheels
Enjoy a lovely spring evening and experience some new Fort Worth flavors at FitWorth's Bikeable Bites from 5:30-8:30 p.m. May 1. This rolling restaurant crawl will hit four sites.

Sewer improvements construction scheduled for Weisenberger, Parkside and Stop Six/Sunrise neighborhoods
The city will update residents about the construction schedule for sewer improvements on several streets in the Weisenberger, Parkside and Stop Six/Sunrise neighborhoods at a meeting scheduled for 6:30 p.m. May 7.

April 28 Take Back Meds event provides safe disposal method
There's a smarter alternative to flushing or trashing your unused or expired medications. Drop off unused and expired medications for safe disposal on Take Back Meds Day.

Six tips for handling yard waste
Here are a few reminders about how to dispose of yard trimmings and brush. There are several options for dealing with all the branches and limbs after your spring yard cleanup.


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