Lili Zheng, NBC DFW

Lili Zheng


Dallas, TX, United States

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Past articles by Lili:

Fort Worth Community Center Renamed After Atatiana Jefferson

A Fort Worth community center has been renamed after Atatiana Jefferson, who was shot and killed by a Fort Worth police officer in 2019. → Read More

Investigators See ‘Serious Uptick' in Stolen Vehicles Being Sold to Unsuspecting Buyers

Tarrant County officials are reporting a “serious uptick” in stolen vehicles being sold to unsuspecting buyers. → Read More

Fort Worth Affordable Housing Project to Convert Express Inn is Moving Forward

An affordable housing project in Fort Worth is aiming to help families experiencing homelessness. → Read More

Schools Grieve, Services Offered After Three Children Killed in Ellis County

Counseling services were offered at an Italy, Texas school Saturday morning in response to three children who were killed Friday. → Read More

Eagle Mountain-Saginaw Parent Wants Action After Racist, Threatening Messages Found at Two Schools

An Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD parent said she is hoping changes will be made after racist and threatening messages were found spray-painted at two school campuses in Fort Worth this week. → Read More

Ceremony Honors Fallen Firefighters in Fort Worth

A special ceremony was held Saturday to honor the lives of Fort Worth firefighters who died in the line of duty. → Read More

Fort Worth Churches Continue Collecting Relief Supplies For Ukraine

Two churches in Fort Worth are continuing their missions of supplying relief efforts for residents in Ukraine. → Read More

Initiative To Revitalize, Add More Housing to Fort Worth's Stop Six Neighborhood Takes Step Forward

A plan to revitalize Fort Worth’s Stop Six neighborhood with affordable housing is underway. → Read More

Bill Pickett Invitational Rodeo Returns to Fort Worth

The Bill Pickett Invitational Rodeo returned to Fort Worth this weekend with more than 200 competitors. → Read More

Human Trafficking Now Being Investigated After Drugs, Guns Found in Rollover Crash

Investigators are looking at the possibility of human trafficking offenses in connection to a rollover crash involving a 13-year-old girl, Lake Worth police confirmed Friday. → Read More

Tarrant Area Food Bank Eyes 2023 Farm Amid Inflation Challenges

As food banks across the country continue to grapple with the rippling challenges of inflation, a North Texas organization is keeping an eye on the upcoming Farm Bill. → Read More

Two Dallas Schools Damaged, Destroyed By 2019 Tornado Reopen

Two schools in Dallas have reopened more than years after a tornado outbreak damaged hundreds of buildings. → Read More

14-Year-Old Sentenced to 26 Years for Shooting, Killing Man at Fort Worth Grocery Store

A 14-year-old has been sentenced to 26 years for shooting and killing a man outside of a Fort Worth grocery store last summer. → Read More

Proposed Fort Worth Board Aims to Include Community Voice on Policing

A proposed board in Fort Worth has goals of more transparency and accountability when it comes to policing. → Read More

Medical Conference Aims to Inspire Future Doctors, Diversify Healthcare Profession

A three-day conference in Fort Worth aims to inspire the future of medicine and one of the goals is to encourage more diversity in the healthcare profession. → Read More

Fort Worth Stores Reopen as Ice Thaws, Road Conditions Improve Friday

After days of wintry weather and icy conditions, many stores in Fort Worth have reopened as road conditions improve. → Read More

2023 Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo Winding Down, Stays Open Amid Storm

The Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo remained open throughout the week amid wintry precipitation and icy conditions. → Read More

Fort Worth Crews Working 24-7 On Roads as Ice Storm Warning Is Issued

Drivers in far North Fort Worth experienced a messy commute Tuesday along with much of North Texas as wintry precipitation glazed roadways with ice. → Read More

Man Shot in Apparent Fort Worth Road Rage Incident

A man was shot multiple times on Friday after an apparent road rage incident, according to Fort Worth police. → Read More

Arlington Library Advisory Board Chair Removed Over Facebook Post

Arlington’s library advisory board chair was removed from the position this week following backlash over her social media post, criticizing council members during the height of a debate over LGBTQ displays. → Read More