Dallas police are investigating whether street racing caused a crash that critically injured a driver Friday night.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott was in Fort Worth on Wednesday to ceremonially sign new bills meant to crack down on street racing and street takeovers in the state. He actually signed the bills two months ago.
Fort Worth police arrested five people who fled the scene of a street takeover Saturday night.
At least one driver is charged in connection with dangerous street stunting in Tarrant County.
The Grapevine Police Department says the ‘ringleader’ of a dangerous street takeover on New Year's Eve has been arrested and charged with engaging in organized criminal activity.
Investigators say Jerry Gore was doing donuts in Austin Saturday night before leading troopers on a 150 mph chase.
Two people died after a car crashed and landed upside down in Fort Worth. Police said the driver was fleeing the scene of a street takeover late Sunday.
November 30th was supposed to be a regular evening for Keith Lake, who was waiting for his daughter, Madison, and his girlfriend, Cindy Griffin, to return to their Fort Worth apartment after picking up Madison’s boyfriend from work, but they never made it home.
Dash camera video shows a 2020 Ford Mustang and a 2016 Chevrolet Corvette speeding by in the southbound lanes of the Sam Rayburn Tollway near Standridge Drive at around 9:35 p.m.
A speeding driver who may have been street racing hit a minivan with a Carrollton mother and several children inside. The mom didn't make it, but the five kids survived. They are now left without a mother.
Authorities said a 29-year-old man died after losing control of his car while racing along President George Bush Turnpike Saturday afternoon.
Dallas police have persons of interest in the murder of a woman more than a year ago who was shot and killed during a street takeover. There are two men caught on tape that detectives are trying to identify.
The drivers were caught doing donuts, and the crowd surrounding them took over an intersection for the overnight stunting. When police arrived, the crowd used fireworks on police.
A Fort Worth community wants to put a stop to dangerous stunt driving on its streets.
Dallas police said they have arrested the second teenager wanted in connection with a deadly hit-and-run in Far East Dallas.
Gilbert Leal is thankful he is alive after, he says, a street racer hit him head on at the trouble-spot intersection of Buckner and Samuel Boulevards in southeast Dallas.
Police say both suspects are in their teens. They say one is already in custody and the other will be arrested soon.
Police say the driver of a black Chevrolet Impala was racing a yellow Chevy Camaro on Ferguson Road when the Impala hit a 73-year-old as she crossed the street. Neither driver stopped to help.
Police say an elderly woman was walking her dog when she was hit by two cars speeding down the street. They did not stop after hitting her.
State lawmakers have given local police and district attorneys a new tool that could take cars away from street racers. The Dallas County DA says he's going to do everything he can, including using a new law, to try and put the brakes on street racing.