Off-duty North Richland Hills Detective Dan Hollister, Bedford police officer Lane Simmons and some bystanders all helped pull the woman to safety.
Hurst police say they shot and wounded a gunman during a shootout Wednesday night.
Alamo Drafthouse hopes to reopen all six of its dine-in theaters in North Texas between June and July.
Federal investigators are looking for serial firearm burglars who were caught on camera stealing dozens of guns from shops across North Texas.
The governor said he’s made litigation protection for small businesses an emergency item during the legislative session.
Some unlikely volunteers helped make a tough situation a little more bearable for a Hurst family forced to move out after pipes burst in their apartment.
The city of Fort Worth extended its boil water order to more parts of the city. The city also serves suburbs, like North Richland Hills, which issued a water emergency telling people to boil their water.
Police are looking for the man who held up convenience stores in Haltom City, Southlake, Bedford and now North Richland Hills.
Patrol duty is typically pretty quiet for Officer Matthew Boyd. It’s a far cry from an actual cry a few days ago.
North Richland Hills Police are searching for a 4-year-old boy they say was taken from a Chuck E Cheese by his biological mother who doesn’t have custodial rights.
The new mascot comes a month after the Birdville ISD Board of Trustees unanimously voted in June to get rid of the Rebels nickname and all related imagery.
A 24-year-old woman diagnosed with COVID-19 said the virus took a devastating toll on her body.
Police in North Richland Hills are searching for a shooting suspect who got away after a police chase.
Richland High School will no longer use its longtime Rebels mascot.
Water parks around North Texas are preparing to reopen on Friday with new rules in an effort to keep people safe during the coronavirus pandemic.
Police said a suspected drunk driver led officers on a high speed chase that ended in Arlington early Sunday morning.
Cities across North Texas are starting to feel the coronavirus pandemic’s economic impact on their budgets.
One woman was killed, another woman was shot, and two children were left uninjured during a reported break-in of a North Richland Hills apartment early Friday morning.
A struggling small business in North Richland Hills that whittled its staff down to one full-time employee is sharing optimism after learning it will receive a Paycheck Protection Program loan.
A suburban company that makes personal protective gear healthcare and other workers is getting help from the military.