When Arlington police made a traffic stop after a road rage incident report, they ended up arresting three people on outstanding warrants and new charges, one of them a convicted felon who was illegally in possession of a firearm.
Typhenie Johnson disappeared on Oct. 10, 2016 after a breakup with a boyfriend, who remains in the Tarrant County jail on a kidnapping charge. Johnson's family is organizing a search party through a Facebook group on Sunday, April 22 in east Fort Worth.
Testimony began Tuesday in Fort Worth for an Arlington man accused of beating and stomping to death his girlfriend's child in 2014. The man and his girlfriend also are accused of digging a grave and burying the toddler near Springtown.
An Arlington firefighter remains in the hospital after an incident Sunday in which work on a water line ruptured a gas line that eventually caught fire, sending two firefighters and a water crew worker to Parkland Memorial Hospital.
Two Arlington firefighters and a water utilities crew worker were injured in a natural gas leak in central Arlington, Sunday, April 15, 2018. All three were transported to Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas.
In response to a possible data breach that may have exposed private information of about 4,000 patients, Texas Health Resources officials have offered free credit monitoring, identity protection services to some patients who believe they have been affected.
For the fourth year running, Texas Health Resources in Arlington is ranked the No. 1 best healthcare company to work for in America by Fortune Magazine. Employees cite a high level of support both from management and their co-workers.