Hosted by Major League Gaming, the Call of Duty World League tournament featured competitors from North America, Europe and parts of the Pacific at the Fort Worth Convention Center this weekend. Sixteen teams competed in championship play, and up to 160 went head to head in open bracket with a $200,000 prize pool on the line.
A Fort Worth man was found dead Saturday night on a street after police responded to a shooting call. The victim was identified as Ricardo Oliveros, 22, who was pronounced dead at 11:05 p.m., according to the Tarrant County medical examiner’s office website on Sunday. Oliveros’ body was found in the 300 block of N. Chandler Drive.
One person is dead and another is in the hospital after a two-vehicle crash late Friday in Denton County. Police arrived about 9 p.m. at Interstate 35E near mile marker 458 in Hickory Creek where two vehicles involved in the crash had caught fire.
Two children suffered non-life threatening injuries in an accident shooting outside of a Chuck E. Cheese's in southwest Fort Worth. (Courtesy of Glen E. Ellman and Peter Matthews/Fort Worth Fire Department)
Brian Reaume's modified truck saved the day March 4, 2017, when he pulled a stuck semitruck off the beach at Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreational Area. And how did the bigrig even get there? Reaume said the driver was lost and attempted to turn around on the beach, but got stuck in the dry sand.
Using footage never seen publicly before, the Fort Worth Police Department produced a half-hour documentary on the shooting of Officer Matt Pearce on the one-year anniversary of the incident that left Pearce bleeding and calling for help. Note: The documentary contains some scenes that some viewers may consider graphic.