The family-friendly free festival will feature ethnic art, music and dance, Asian food, an egg roll contest and free healthcare screenings.
Here’s a look at most of what will be on the Nov. 4 general election ballot in Tarrant County. There may still be a handful of city and school initiatives on the ballot that have yet to be determined.
A special committee will hear the grievances of four justices of the peace on Tuesday.
A 3-year-old girl was in critical condition at Cook Children’s Medical Center.
Even though the United States and El Salvador have had an extradition treaty since 1911, only since 2000 have Salvadoran nationals been extradited for the crimes listed in the treaty.
Poor communication about your event can seriously jeopardize the success of it.
The police chief and the lead investigator defend the inquiry into a November domestic disturbance between former Capt. Duane Paul and his wife.
The fourth annual Run for Life! is Sept. 6 at Trinity Park in Fort Worth.
Indoor fan activities such as interactive displays and concerts will precede the first-ever official college football national championship.
But conditions should clear out for the start of Friday night football.
The crowds danced when they weren’t eating smoky sweet barbeque at Bedford Blues & BBQ Festival, which ended Sunday. The three-day festival, which included 85 teams cooking barbeque, wrapped up with Nathan and the Zydeco Cha-Chas in the afternoon and blues artist Robert Cray later.
The Liberian Community Association of Dallas/Fort Worth has sent up an emergency appeal on its website.
Nearly a dozen new laws go into effect Monday, touching on issues from judicial training to higher education for veterans.
As Labor Day arrives, candidates ramp up campaigns to replace Wendy Davis in the Texas Senate.
The new superintendent will replace Pat Linares, who is working in an interim role.
Sculpture by Yvonne Domenge was donated to Fort Worth, but installation costs were more than expected.
Houston Police Chief Charles McClelland has asked for $8 million to equip 3,500 officers with wearable video cameras. Fort Worth has equipped about 600 officers with the cameras.
The two sides enter into a letter of intent to settle a dispute over booking fees.
Fire officials say one man was killed and another injured in an explosion at an Arlington home's garage while they were tampering with illegal consumer-grade fireworks.
A Fort Worth Republican lawmaker wants a temporary restraining order to stop a controversial vote by the Texas Racing Commission.
The city’s automated program seems to be catching on, officials say.
The Saturday Jam Session draws a fun-loving crowd from across North Texas to the Dan Echols Senior Center.
The proposed $25 fee would pay for a full-time animal cruelty investigator and a part-time veterinarian for the animal shelter.
Dallas investigators say an El Salvador national is the primary suspect in the drunken driving collision that fatally injured Amanda Lizzio, 21, of Grapevine.
State Rep. Lon Burnam gets roasted — and dumped on — for a Democratic cause.
The woman found dead at the same time Wednesday in a house on Two Hawks Drive had not been identified by late Friday.
Firefighter says men may have been tampering with illegal fireworks.
Lester Fane Webb was convicted of sexually assaulting a 10-year-old relative. He must serve half his sentence before he is eligible for parole.
Texas Racing Commissioners approved rule changes that could allow slot machine-like machines in racetracks across the state.
State District Judge John Dietz said that the school finance system is unconstitutional not only because of inadequate funding and flaws in the way it distributes money to districts, but also because it imposes a de facto state property tax.