The state’s chief emergency manager defended the state’s decision to deny requests from North Texas hospitals to provide more than 600 additional medical staff. He says hospitals should be the ones doing the hiring this time.
SkateTown has been a popular spot for birthday parties, skating classes and just plain fun on skates for people of all ages for the past 24 years.
One month ago, on July 4, there were 398 COVID-19 hospital patients in the 16-county North Texas region. On August 4 that number is 1,922.
Officer Logan Barr was arrested and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon by a public servant for fatally shooting the man who killed a woman outside a Forest Hill gas station.
Children’s Health in Dallas and Cook Children’s in Fort Worth announced their mandatory COVID-19 vaccine policies on Wednesday as cases continue to rise throughout the region.
Less than a month ago, vaccinated employees at the GM Arlington Assembly plant were allowed to take their masks off. Now, all auto workers must wear them again regardless of their vaccination status.
Fort Worth Police Communications admits it's struggling to fill positions with 39 current vacancies. This is an all-time high. According to a recent report sent to the mayor and city council, as new employees are hired, the department says it’s losing employees even faster, causing a backup on 911 phone lines.
Four weeks ago, the entire state had 1,800 COVID patients. Tuesday, just the North Texas region had more than 1,800 patients. And it's taking a toll on hospital staff.
Hospital bed occupancy for North Texas is back up to levels last seen in February as doctors say the Delta variant is spreading among unvaccinated groups.
The DFW Hospital Council says more than 500 additional staff was requested last week. FOX 4 has confirmed that the Texas Department of State Health Services denied the request, suggesting counties use COVID relief money to help hospitals.
Flight Aware showed nearly 25 percent of all flights were canceled on Monday at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
A lightning strike is believed to be the cause of a fire that started at an Arlington home during Sunday's storms.
Heavy rain and hail were reported in parts of Dallas and Tarrant counties from the storms Sunday afternoon.
Southlake diver Hailey Hernandez took part in the final of the 3m springboard event at the Olympics, and finished in 9th place.
At the onset of the pandemic, most of the recipients were unemployed due to countless layoffs and furloughs. Now, many of those same folks have returned to work but still need help as they try and get back on their feet.
Family says Shawn Kuhleman, 32, leaves behind a wife and two young boys after he was killed a in chemical leak at a La Porte, Texas facility.
Texas Health Resources joined Baylor and Methodist in mandating COVID-19 vaccines for its employees and hospital workers.
A North Texas man has had his own health struggles including cancer and a debilitating back injury. But he isn't complaining. Instead, he's listening. His sign asks people if they, “Need to talk?” It turns out, a lot of them do.
A multi-million dollar home in Southlake that once belonged to Hall of Fame NFL broadcaster Pat Summerall partially collapsed because of a fire Friday morning.
Police have released pictures of a vehicle of interest and a sketch of the rape suspect who attacked a woman in an open field in Haltom City. Police say he asked her for change, pointed a gun at her and then raped her in a nearby field.