The candidates, including Micah B. Phillips, were at the station to talk about their campaigns. According to news director Robert Ashley, the altercation broke out during a commercial break and police were called to the scene.
In video filmed by Phillips and obtained by News 8, several people can be seen holding Caraway back as he yells out at Price.
WFAA has not yet posted the video.
UPDATE: The Dallas Morning News posted the video and has more details on what caused the fight to break out:
The argument started after Caraway attacked Price’s record, and then Price accused Caraway of lying. But it quickly devolved into profane shouting, with Caraway hurling accusations at Price about a sexual relationship Price had with “my wife,” Caraway said.
It’s unclear what Caraway was referring to.
Video of the scuffle shows Caraway and Price cursing at each other and two men restraining Caraway, who at one point accuses Price of “[expletive] up my house,” among other allegations.