Azle police released more details about what happened leading up to the death of a suspect who was armed with a knife Sunday morning.
A 28-year-old man died after Azle Police Department officers used “less lethal options” to take him into custody Sunday morning.
Azle High School is now home to a unique piece of World War II history thanks in part to an ambitious and caring senior there. At a dedication ceremony at the campus, a piece of the USS Arizona that was sunk at Pearl Harbor was put on permanent display.
A woman who risked her own life to save a 7-year-old boy who was nearly mauled to death by his neighbor’s dog was honored Monday in Parker County.
“He kept asking if I was there. He said, ‘Mom, the dog used me as a chew toy, it hurts, it hurts.’”
Azle Manor nursing home administrator Kip Kruger shared the video of him dressed up as a turkey and taking cover from residents.
An Azle 17-year-old is thanking God for a miraculous recovery after a bull riding injury nearly killed him. A 1,500-pound bull kicked the high school competitor in the neck, damaging a major artery. Doctors thought he would need several weeks in the hospital. But just two weeks later, he's back at home with his family.
Doctors have given the Azle high schooler hurt in a bull riding competition the okay to finally head home. Doctors are surprised by his quick recovery.
Last week, a bull bucked 17-year-old Alex Aguilar off and kicked him in the neck, leaving the rider with major injuries. Doctors call him very lucky. His family says they are blessed.
A senior at Azle High School was killed in a small plane crash Saturday morning.
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.
All the recent rain is causing flooding problems for some businesses in Azle. The buildings were damaged by flash flooding Monday night. Now, the cleanup begins.
Some homes in Parker County suffered serious damage because of Wednesday night's storms. Three people were also hospitalized.
First responders showed up in Azle Friday to show their support for a 13-year-old boy battling terminal brain cancer.
Severe storms caught some people in parts of North Texas off guard after the sun went down Saturday.
A candlelight vigil was held Sunday night to honor an Azle high school student who died in a Colorado skydiving accident while celebrating his birthday.