The family of a black South Carolina woman who died in April 2016 on a Dallas-bound American Airlines flight has filed a wrongful death suit against the airline. The parents of Brittany Oswell, who was only 25 at the time of her death, allege that the airline refused to divert the plane for an emergency…
The owner of a Fort Worth, Texas, bar saw nothing wrong with a sign that read, “SHUT UP NIGGER,” to the point where said sign is only coming down, reluctantly, after two customers shared photos on Facebook.
A Texas woman on supervised release from a tax-fraud conviction will lose her freedom once again—this time for casting an illegal ballot in the 2016 election.
A Fort Worth, Texas, man has been found guilty of misdemeanor assault by contact for attacking his neighbor’s 8-year-old son in 2016, whom he had accused of littering in his yard.
Two Fort Worth, Texas, police commanders have been temporarily reassigned while investigators probe who leaked police video and other materials in the brutal arrest of Jacqueline Craig and her daughters by Officer William Martin.
I first met Jacqueline Craig in an investigation room of the Fort Worth (Texas) City Jail the night she was arrested. By the time I arrived at the jail, the video of her encounter with Police Officer William Martin had just begun to go viral and spark outrage all over the country.
Updated Friday, Jan. 27, 2017, 3:30 a.m. EDT: The Fort Worth Police Department has dropped charges against Jacqueline Craig, 46, and her daughter, Brea Hymond, 19, and will not pursue charges against Officer William Martin for the violent Dec. 21 arrests of Craig and her daughters, Dallas News reports.
Police in Fort Worth, Texas, detained and released three men armed with assault rifles Saturday outside the home of the woman who made news when a video showing a police officer antagonizing and then arresting her and her two daughters went viral.
A white Fort Worth, Texas, police officer who was caught on video violently arresting two black women following an argument about a child littering will be suspended without pay for 10 days, authorities announced Monday, Time reports.
On Tuesday a video was released showing a Fort Worth, Texas, police officer shooting a black man in the back as he walked away.
The full, nearly 30-minute version of the viral video showing an unidentified white Fort Worth, Texas, police officer antagonizing and then arresting a black mother and her two daughters was posted on YouTube on Friday. It does not reveal any new information about the arrests, but it contains graphic and explicit…
Officials in Fort Worth, Texas, said Friday that they were disturbed and outraged by the video of a white police officer arresting a black woman and her two daughters after she called police to report an assault on her son.
Updated Saturday, Dec. 24, 7:01 p.m. EDT: Lana Sprayberry, principal of Inspired Vision Academy Elementary School in Dallas, has resigned amid calls for her to be fired.
Protesters gathered in downtown Fort Worth, Texas, on Thursday night in response to the now viral video of a Fort Worth police officer manhandling a woman who called for help when her son was assaulted.
Updated Thursday, Dec. 22, 2016, 4:12 p.m. EST: The Fort Worth Police Department has released a statement regarding the video showing a Fort Worth police officer assaulting and arresting Jacqueline Craig and her two daughters:
A 51-year-old Fort Worth, Texas, man was taken into custody over the weekend after he allegedly choked a female relative and opened fire on responding officers, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
Chris Revill was arrested Wednesday on a kidnapping charge after his 25-year-old ex-girlfriend went missing, Fox News reports.
A Fort Worth, Texas, man is demanding answers after he and his friend noticed that the receipts for their Friday lunch included racial slurs, Fox4DC reports.
Opal Lee, 90, is an activist who is fighting for Juneteenth, the holiday commemorating when the last American slaves were freed in Texas, to be made a national holiday, Fox 4 News reports.
The mother of Ethan Couch, the young man who killed four people in a drunken driving accident and blamed it on "affluenza," was released from home confinement after being charged with hindering apprehension of a felon and money laundering, the Associated Press reports.