Summer is blazing down on us, with the official start of the season just a week away. Nonetheless, in some parts of the United States, temperatures are already scorching. Fort Worth, Texas, is one of those places, with temperatures reaching up to 90 degrees in the past week. And for one 95-year-old resident, it hasn’t…
A Tarrant County, Texas, judge declared a mistrial Wednesday morning in the case of a white Fort Worth, Texas, police officer who shot a black man holding a barbecue fork in front of his own home.
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.
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.