One Dead, Two Critically Injured in Fort Worth Rollover Crash

A tragic multi-vehicle accident in Fort Worth caused the death of one person. Two people are in critical condition because of injuries sustained in the car accident. Another person also sustained injuries in the crash.  The accident happened around 7:40 a.m. during rush hour at Haltom Road in the eastbound lanes of the NE Loop… read more

13-Year-Old Girl Critically Hurt When Boats Crash on Lake Worth

A 911 call was received about a boat accident at the Casino Beach boat ramp on Lake Worth. Just before 9:00 p.m., a boat crashed into another boat that was sitting idle in the water near the boat ramp. A 13-year-old girl was at the bow of the boat that was struck. She had to… read more

2 People Drown in Weekend Swimming Pool, Lake Accidents In North Texas

Two separate drowning incidents in North Texas cut two lives short over the weekend.  The first drowning happened Saturday at a west Arlington pool. Sixty-three (63) year old Merritt Anderson died around 6:00 p.m. at an Arlington Hospital. The Tarrant County medical examiner’s office ruled the death an accidental drowning. The second drowning occurred on… read more

Tracey Michelle Brewer Sadly Dies in Tarrant County Accident

On July 22, 2020, Tracey Michelle Brewer of Fort Worth died in a traffic accident. A vehicle struck Ms. Brewer at the 5700 block of East Rosedale Street. She died from her injuries.  The Fort Worth Police Department continues to investigate the crash. They are searching for a 2008 to 2011 Chevrolet Silverado with big… read more

Fort Worth Driver Accused Of Running Stop Sign Faces Manslaughter Charge in Death

On April 18, 2020, police in Fort Worth responded to a traffic crash at West Waggoman Street and Frazier Avenue at 4:14 in the afternoon. Jakyra Adams is accused of running a stop sign and speeding when the accident occurred.  The car wreck killed a passenger in the other vehicle, 19-year-old Gabrielle Wiggins of Fort… read more

9-Year-Old Dies in Hospital Days After Fort Worth Car Accident, Police Say

The Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office is reporting that a 9-year-old boy died from blunt-force head trauma after a tragic car accident. The child was from Edgecliff Village. He was riding in a car that crashed around 2:50 a.m. on July 21, 2020. The vehicle was traveling westbound on Interstate 20 when the driver lost… read more

Two Killed In Fiery Traffic Accident on I-20 Identified as Parker County Residents

A traffic accident on I-20 on August 1, 2020, claimed the lives of two Parker County residents. The car accident occurred just before 9:30 Saturday night, about 13 miles west of Weatherford. The vehicle was traveling east on I-20 when it suddenly left the road, hit a tree, and burst into flames. State Troopers with… read more

COVID-19 Outbreak Reported at Fort Worth Federal Medical Prison

Within two days, confirmed cases of coronavirus at the Federal Medical Center-Carswell in Fort Worth went from 200 cases to 510 cases. Just three weeks ago, the prison reported just three confirmed COVID-19 cases. One inmate died in April, and another inmate died on July 12 from the virus. Federal Medical Center-Carswell houses female inmates… read more

Over 60 Residents, Half COVID-19 Positive, Evacuated From Lake Worth Nursing Home

According to numerous news reports, residents in a Lake Worth nursing home were evacuated from the facility on July 8. Approximately 63 patients were taken from the nursing home and transported to two other facilities by MedStar. A spokesperson for MedStar could not comment on why the transfer of the patients occurred. The Texas Department… read more

As COVID Cases Rise, Fort Worth Clinic Partners with CVS to Offer Testing

As the number of new cases of COVID-19 in Texas continues to increase, Governor Abbott called for expanding COVID-19 testing statewide. Several specific areas would be included in expanded testing, such as all state-supported living facilities and hospitals. Underserved communities would also receive expanded COVID-19 testing. Coronavirus Testing in Minority and Underserved Communities The Governor… read more