Two Fort Worth Police Department officers have tested positive for COVID-19.
Fort Worth police want people to know there are no roadblocks or checkpoints to screen for violations of the city’s stay-at-home order.
The city of Fort Worth is taking steps to protect its police officers from the pandemic.
After serving as interim chief for a little over six months, Fort Worth Police Chief Ed Kraus accepted the permanent title in early December.
The city of Fort Worth has named its police monitor.
A 6-year-old battling a rare form of liver cancer got a special honor from the Fort Worth Police Department.
A Tarrant County grand jury has indicted the former Fort Worth police officer who fired into a home, killing Atatiana Jefferson.
Members of the Fort Worth police community are hosting a fundraiser Monday to help brighten the holidays for the family of a police officer who is off the job after brain surgery.
A Fort Worth police officer who punched a man during an off-duty security job was found guilty Wednesday of aggravated perjury and was subsequently fired by the department.
Both sides rested on Tuesday at the trial for the Fort Worth officer who punched a man during an off-duty security job.
The Fort Worth Police Department says Interim Chief Ed Kraus is now the new permanent police chief.
Officer Jon Romer, Jr. is accused of wrongly choking and punching Henry Newson in the face while trying to make an arrest in a hospital lobby in 2016. The resisting arrest case against Newson was dismissed and now Romer is on trial for his use of force.
The man hit in the face by a Fort Worth police officer testified Wednesday during the trial for that officer.
Opening statements started Tuesday afternoon in the criminal trial of a Fort Worth police officer.
Jury selection began Monday in the trial of a Fort Worth police officer accused of punching a man and lying about it.
Fort Worth police have charged a 15-year-old boy with aggravated robbery for attacking an elderly woman in the parking lot of a grocery store.
A judge did not side with fired Fort Worth Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald and ruled against extending a restraining order blocking the city from hiring a permanent police chief until his lawsuit against the city is resolved.
There was more testimony on Wednesday about alleged unprofessional conduct by former Fort Worth Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald days before he was fired.
Fitzgerald talked about the moment he was fired from his post six months ago and said it was in retaliation after he tried to expose corruption at city hall.
Fired Fort Worth Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald is fighting to keep all the information in his lawsuit public.