Top Fort Worth news: Psyche exam sought for student's killer; winner claims $1 million; more

Here's what you need to know about what's happening in Fort Worth.

Grieving Fort Worth mother teaches others life-saving skills after losing her teen son

Her son died after collapsing on a football field. A year later she’s making sure it doesn’t happen again.

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Lawyers seek psychiatric exam for Fort Worth man charged in Ole Miss student's death

Brandon Theesfeld's lawyers also withdrew a request Thursday for a judge to set bail. Theesfeld is charged with murder in the death of Alexandria Kostial, 21.

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Fort Worth police body cam shows young man pointing gun at officers before they shot, killed him

There were four officers involved. All are on administrative leave, which is standard practice after an officer-involved shooting.

Read the full story on CBS DFW.

Police seek help identifying 2 men who displayed guns at Fort Worth businesses days apart

Police are seeking the public’s assistance to identify two men who displayed handguns and demanded money from Fort Worth businesses days apart from each other.  

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Winner in Fort Worth claims $1 million lottery prize on scratch-off ticket

A person in Tarrant County has become Texas' newest millionaire.

Read the full story on CBS DFW.

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