Dallas County health officials said Wednesday they believe the peak of coronavirus COVID-19 could occur by late April or early May if people keep following social distancing orders.
Fort Worth police believe a group of children who were playing with guns accidentally shot a 1-year-old boy Monday evening.
The city of Fort Worth will close all city parks to vehicle traffic this Sunday in an effort to prevent large holiday gatherings, like barbecues and Easter egg hunts.
Police said the incident happened last Friday and Jonathan Dechoudens, 27, was arrested and charged with harassment of a public servant – a third degree felony.
Fort Worth police announced Monday a fourth officer tested positive for COVID-19.
Some North Texas families who are mourning loved ones who died of COVID-19 have additional heartache.
One charity is opening a new place to help many others. It’s a thrift store that is under construction in Hurst, in northeast Tarrant County.
Arlington police detained two juveniles after a deadly shooting.
The Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council is urging everyone to obey social distancing guidelines as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
Tarrant County Public Health confirmed two more COVID-19 deaths on Sunday, including an elderly woman who was living at an assisted living facility.
Tarrant County extended its stay-at-home order until the end of the month. Arlington and Fort Worth also added extensions.
In a letter to Fort Worth's faith community, Mayor Betsy Price is asking church leaders to close church doors and cancel in-person services at houses of worship based on federal guidelines and on the heels of what some call confusion at the state level.
The Fort Worth Independent School District is getting more equipment to help students learning from home. It’s also moving to a pass or fail grading system in an effort to make sure students don’t fall behind during this health crisis.
Three more people have died because of the coronavirus in Tarrant County, and Dallas County has reported 100 new COVID-19 cases for the second straight day, along with two more deaths.
Some patients who have recovered are donating their plasma, which will be given to other coronavirus patients who are still sick. There's a strict vetting process for people who are involved.
Dallas County on Wednesday reported triple-digit numbers of new COVID-19 cases for the first time during the coronavirus pandemic.
With places of worship closed, a North Texas church is getting creative to celebrate Easter this year.
All playgrounds and workout stations in Arlington are now closed.
A coronavirus patient at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth is being treated with the same life-saving measure that helped during the Ebola outbreak.
Fort Worth ISD recently gave its superintendent more power to make quick decisions during the COVID-19 pandemic.