The family and friends of Atatiana Jefferson will be there as Fort Worth proclaims Tuesday “Tay Day.”
Friends and family of Atatiana Jefferson paid tribute to her life and legacy Saturday by holding a parade march through downtown Fort Worth.
Aaron Dean's trial date is set for November 16, 2021 in Tarrant County.
The city is now discussing how to move forward on the matter after the road name change in Atatiana Jefferson's honor was formally signed off on just weeks ago.
The Fort Worth city council gave a green light to a plan that would rename a portion of I-35W in honor of a woman who was killed by police.
An effort to rename a stretch of I-35 W in Fort Worth in memory of Atatiana Jefferson just picked up speed. A decision could come as early as next week.
As Tarrant County continues to move beyond COVID restrictions, a new Fort Worth councilman is calling on the justice system to follow suit and move forward with the murder trial for Aaron Dean.
Atatiana Jefferson’s siblings want to be in charge of the Fort Worth woman's estate — but so does a Nigerian man who claims to be her biological father.
The sister of the woman killed by a Fort Worth police officer has filed a $10 million lawsuit against the city, mayor, police chief and the officer who shot her.
Lawyers for former Fort Worth officer Aaron Dean will have more time to file motions before he stands trial for the death of Atatiana Jefferson in 2019.
The family of a woman who was killed by a Fort Worth police officer last year is suing the city and that now-former officer.
A judge tentatively set an August 2021 trial date for the former Fort Worth police officer charged with murder in the shooting death of Atatiana Jefferson.
A stretch of Allen Avenue in the Hillside and Morningside neighborhood will be renamed for Atatiana Jefferson.
One year later, many are finding ways to honor Atatiana Jefferson and highlight issues within the city.
Family and friends, along with others who did not even know Atatiana Jefferson, decorated their cars and held a parade Sunday in her memory.
Families who've lost loved ones in high-profile cases of police brutality have banded together.
The Atatiana Jefferson Foundation held a special event Sunday to remember two beloved family members.
The mother of the Fort Worth woman who was shot and killed by a Fort Worth police officer last year has died.
A Tarrant County grand jury has indicted the former Fort Worth police officer who fired into a home, killing Atatiana Jefferson.
The father of Atatiana Jefferson has passed away, according to a family spokesman, less than a month after his daughter was fatally shot in her home by a Fort Worth PD officer.