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Detective describes nightmare inside mortuary

| |Thursday, Jul. 24, 2014

Seven corpses were treated “in a seriously offensive manner” at Johnson Family Mortuary, investigator reports.

Red Cross appeals for blood donations to restock supplies

| |Wednesday, Jul. 23, 2014

Summer slump in donations leaves a shortage in blood supply, Red Cross says.

Grandfather arrested in death of child left in hot car

| |Thursday, Jul. 24, 2014

A North Richland Hills man is accused of leaving his granddaughter in a hot car after forgetting to drop her off at daycare.

Barry Corbin, 3 others to be inducted into Western heritage museum

| |Wednesday, Jul. 23, 2014

Friday’s induction dinner is part of a three-day celebration of the National Day of the American Cowboy.

Man posing as fire marshal at Grapevine bar put on probation

| |Wednesday, Jul. 23, 2014

Charles Brandon, 44, of Savannah, posed as a fire marshal in 2012 to get into the Glass Cactus bar in Grapevine and receive free drinks.

Hudson Oaks firefighter accused of sexually assaulting two girls

| |Wednesday, Jul. 23, 2014

Richard Fredrick Adams Sr., 62, was arrested after investigators found evidence at his houses, Parker County authorities said.

Fort Worth police reach out to gays with detective’s video

| |Tuesday, Jul. 22, 2014

WFAA.com report: An openly gay Fort Worth police detective shares his story as the department seeks LGBT recruits.

Brother of corpse abuse suspect distances himself from case

| |Tuesday, Jul. 22, 2014

WFAA.com report: The twin brother of the man accused of abusing corpses at Johnson Family Mortuary lost his funeral director’s license and was ordered to pay $75,000, state records show.

Fort Worth council OKs study of jobs, pay

| |Tuesday, Jul. 22, 2014

The Fort Worth City Council approves spending $300,000 to pay a consulting firm to study city job classifications and to recommend how much city employees should be paid, and whether they should get raises.

Cook Children’s new center focuses on child abuse

| |Wednesday, Jul. 23, 2014

The Center for the Prevention of Child Maltreatment aims to reduce the staggering number of abused and neglected children in Tarrant County through training and outreach.