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Shoplifting suspects lead Fort Worth PD on high-speed chase
Five theft suspects are in custody accused of shoplifting and then leading police on a high-speed chase. The crime just happened to have been spotted by an off-duty Fort Worth police detective Monday around 9 p.m.
Dispute Among Texas Republicans Over Muslim Politician Pits Religious Diversity Against Claims of ‘Stealth Jihad’
Lisa Grimaldi Abdulkareem describes herself as a conservative Republican who believes in freedom and prosperity. “Less bureaucracy, lower taxes and stronger national security — it is simple for me,” said Abdulkareem, the Tarrant County GOP’s vice chair for precinct recruitment and volunteers.
Is Fort Worth the most underrated city in Texas?
According to a story in Thrillist, Fort Worth is the "underdog" of Texas. That's a compliment. Or at least, it's meant to be one. King's ransom: George Strait fans furious over exorbitant ticket prices for 2019 Fort Worth show.
Fort Worth Police Warn of Warrant Phone Scam
Fort Worth Police are warning residents of a phone scam going around involving a warrant for missing jury duty. Investigators said they have received reports of three separate phone calls of this nature.
Where to play arcade games in Dallas-Fort Worth
The high-score board is back, the pinball tables have new lights, and arcades are officially cool again. While they once seemed to be going the way of Blockbuster Video, the popularity of dedicated homes for coin-operated video game machines has seen a shocking resurgence, thanks in large part to th
Best Christmas Light Displays in Dallas & Fort Worth
Pack up your minivan, buckle up and enjoy the ride on Christmas Eve as here are some of the best Christmas light displays throughout Dallas and Fort Worth!. Celebration of Lights- Drive through the Boulevard at SMU for a breathtaking experience with over 100,000 lights to ring in the Holiday season
Ex-Fort Worth pastor who raped teenage parishioner gets 10 years for violating probation
A former Fort Worth pastor who pleaded guilty a decade ago to sexually assaulting an underage parishioner has been sentenced to 10 years in prison after he violated the terms of his probation.
Fort Worth Woman Falls Victim to Job Scam, Loses $2500
Priscilla Perez is facing one of the hardest times of her entire life alone. Not only has her husband been deployed to Kuwait, but a few months ago, she lost her job. "It was a big blow. In fact, I was depressed for several weeks," she said.
Fort Worth firefighters give elementary school new washer, dryer
A Fort Worth elementary school got an early Christmas gift from firefighters. The Fort Worth Fire Department and Fort Worth Firefighter Charities stepped up to deliver a new washer and dryer. The delivery will help students at Maude I. Logan Elementary School look and feel their best.
No threat of anthrax at Weatherford post office
Local and state officials confirmed Thursday morning that there is no threat after a 53-year-old man came into contact with a white substance at the Weatherford Post Office Wednesday afternoon.
Batten down the Santas! Gusty storms will accompany cold front in Dallas-Fort Worth
Updated at 10:30 a.m. Thursday to reflect new forecasts. The possibility for snow has nearly melted away for Dallas-Fort Worth, but the weather could still turn nasty Thursday.
NBC 5 Forecast: Crazy Weather with Wind and Rain (Snow West) Coming
Wind Advisory for all North Texas 3 P.M. Thursday- noon Friday. Winter Weather Advisory for western parts of North Texas 3 P.M. Thursday- 9 A.M. Friday. Rain chances return this afternoon and will continue into the first part of the weekendRainchances return this afternoon and will continue into the
Amazon chooses Fort Worth's Alliance Airport for regional air hub and hundreds of jobs
Amazon is building a regional air hub at Fort Worth’s Alliance Airport, bolstering its shipping business in a move that’s expected to create hundreds of jobs for the region.
Driver dressed as Santa shot at in Tarrant County while on way home from Christmas party
A man dressed as Santa Claus was shot at Tuesday night by another driver on Interstate 20 in Tarrant County. The man and his wife were not injured, but Forest Hill police are investigating the shooting, according to KXAS-TV (NBC5).
Chilly ‘rain-snow mix,’ high winds in forecast for Fort Worth
FORT WORTH — A cold front moving into North Texas on Thursday afternoon will combine with rain and make for a wintry mix of rain and snow in Fort Worth and surrounding areas by Thursday evening, the National Weather Service says.
5 teens arrested for Haltom City robberies
HALTOM CITY, Texas - Five teenagers are accused of robbing two businesses in the Fort Worth suburb of Haltom City. A clerk was shot during one of the robberies. The suspects include 17-year-olds Bryan Rodriguez, Francisco Moreno, Edgar Meza and German Navarrete, as well as 18-year-old Martin Chazarr
UPDATE: Car crash in Fort Worth kills 2 children, grandmother arrested
A woman whose daughter and grandson died in a Fort Worth car crash Saturday night was arrested at the scene for drug possession. Tawanna Barrett was driving on Loop 820 around 7 P.M. when police say a Dodge Ram lost control and collided with her Nissan Altima. The crash killed Barrett's 6-year-old d
Ex-boyfriend indicted in killing of woman who owned Anger Room
The ex-boyfriend of a woman who had owned a popular Deep Ellum business has been indicted on a murder charge in her death, the Tarrant County district attorney's office announced.
When it snows, this is how North Texas school districts decide to close
Children — and their parents — have one question in mind anytime snow is in a North Texas forecast: Will schools close?. The decision to close a school district or delay start times isn’t made lightly. For some districts, entire teams work together to decide what is safest for students and teachers.
Former Pastor, Sex Offender Has Probation Revoked After He’s Seen With Children
FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – Former North Texas pastor James Virtue Robinson was sentenced by a judge to 10 years in prison Wednesday after prosecutors sought the revocation of the probation term he was granted in 2008, according to the Tarrant County Criminal District Attorney’s Office.