Southlake officials announced Wednesday that a second mosquito sample has tested positive for the West Nile Virus.
Its contents are opened with an air of curiosity and ceremony Wednesday.
Authorities said Benjamon Stewart was drunk when he rammed into the rear of a car on Interstate 30 a year ago, killing the husband, wife and baby inside.
Lake Bridgeport’s dropping levels forced a Springtown-based water provider and a power cooperative to put a barge on the lake to keep the water flowing.
A murder trial for a Keller mother accused of killing her husband is next month in Fort Worth.
With distinctive walls that have withstood countless activities from basketball to roller skating, welcomed numerous proms and graduation ceremonies and even narrowly escaped flames, the Keller Independent School District’s historic Rock Gym, officially called the Keller Recreation Center, adds turning 80 to its colorful list of accomplishments this fall.
Gentle, low-maintenance and cute as can be, the animals are a breed apart.
Architects and development experts came up with a plan for apartments, a community garden, shops and restaurants in what is now the T&P Station parking lot.
The city of Arlington is buying property along Stadium Drive to widen it from four to six lanes. The project will displace eight businesses.
A daycare employee had alerted the parents that a co-owner of the daycare had strapped the toddler to his mat with duct tape and sent them three photographs to prove it.
Bedford Blues & BBQ runs Friday through Sunday.
JCKPL expects to present a development plan for the first phase of the $160 million Arlington Commons project to the City Council this fall.
A privately-funded high-speed rail line from Houston to Dallas would include a single stop in College Station, an official says. Meanwhile bullet train advocates look at a Fort Worth-Austin line.
A 28-year-old man is accused of beating a former Tarrant County judge to death.
The holiday weekend shows all begin at 8 p.m.
Tucked into pastoral North Keller among the tree-dotted hills, multi-acre lots and comfortable family homes, a spring flows up from honeycombed beds of sandstone and silt.
Board also sets unchanged tax rate for next fiscal year.
A Tarrant County grand jury declines to indict three Grand Prairie officers involved in the fatal shooting of a 16-year-old who led officers on a high-speed chase and then shot at them.
Smoking cessation efforts are just one of several strategies the city is implementing to try to get healthcare costs down.
A 76-year-old Fort Worth man is accused of stealing items from the scene of a fatal fire.
The BBVA Compass Bank on South Hulen Street was held up Wednesday afternoon, police said.
North Texas Tea Party members say Rick Perry can be ‘all hat, no cattle,’ but they believe the indictment is pure politics.
Tarrant County Public Health said there are no signs that Chikungunya has become established locally. The Fort Worth resident had been traveling in Puerto Rico.
A woman was killed Wednesday afternoon after she jumped from a bridge onto a Fort Worth highway and then hit by a vehicle, authorities said.
Police are reviewing unsolved sexual assault cases dating back to 2009 to look for other cases that could be linked to the suspect, officials said.
With our second issue of K, the focus has already changed from the thrill of doing something new to the challenge of publishing something great, and personally, I’m delighted with the results.
A pickup driver had a medical problem before he lost control of the truck in the 2000 block of Cavender Drive, Hurst police say.
The money will help build four additional homes during the Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project in October.
The expanded facilities will be called the Marlene and Spencer Hays Business Commons
At issue are the fees American and other airlines pay travel reservation systems to display flights and make bookings.