A campaign to raise funds for a pet food bank begins Friday and runs through New Year’s Eve.
The holiday charity sets a $1 million goal to make the season brighter for 20,000 Tarrant County children.
Oliver Vaughn Jr. was jailed for more than a month and denied access to an attorney and to a bail bondsman, his federal suit says.
The annual Parade of Lights includes photos with Santa and a fitness walk to burn off Thanksgiving calories.
Gratitude is contagious. Sometimes when we count our own blessings. we’re inspired to share what we have with others. In this season of peace on earth and good will toward all, the volunteers at three Keller-area charities that help local children clearly believe it is better to give than to receive.
Anya Callahan, organizer of the protest, said, “Hopefully, I don’t have to come out here again for another black kid who gets shot dead.”
AAA estimates that 3.6 million Texans will travel 50 miles or more from home during the holiday.
A Parker County resident found a dog that was malnourished in what the sheriff described as “starvation in its worst form.”
Rescuers were unable to pull a motorist from a burning vehicle that he had crashed behind a North Richland Hills Walmart, police said.
After fleeing Cuba decades ago, Gerardo Garro reunited with five siblings at his Keller home this week.
A Texas appeals court ruling that warrantless blood draws are unconstitutional will not affect Tarrant County’s DWI enforcement initiative.
Interim Superintendent Pat Linares says bond money was not set aside to pay for synthetic turf at high schools.
Bedford resident Leslie Bauer gave away 65 plush lion toys during her own cancer treatment to inspire others in need of support.
Moviehouse & Eatery had its grand opening Nov. 7, but friends and supporters of the Greater Keller Women’s Club enjoyed a sneak peek of the new dine-in theater’s generous offerings during an exclusive movie night Oct.
After the cooking marathon of Thanksgiving is over, a lot of us face the prospect of Christmas menu planning in dire need of some new inspiration. We peeked into the kitchens of four local chefs to find some favorite dishes they prepare at home when their own families and friends gather during the festive season.
A no refusal period for suspected drunken drivers begins Wednesday night and runs through Monday, the Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office announced Tuesday
A 22-year-old woman was raped and stabbed on Nov. 4 in her apartment at a complex on Basswood Boulevard in far north Fort Worth.
A South Texas sheriff says five children are missing following an early morning fire that destroyed a home.
The Eagles are a perennial power in basketball, a sport where they’ve won 11 titles.
James Thiep Angui survived a civil war in Sudan, eventually making his way to Texas. He hopes to return home — for a visit to see his mother and family — next year.
Two state lawmakers have filed measures to address daylight-saving time.
Officials urge those who haven’t received a flu shot to get one now before the virus becomes widespread.
Authorities continued an investigation into the case of a Great Dane found severely malnourished in Millsap.
Texas designer Elaine Turner has just opened her eighth boutique, choosing a fashionable spot in Southlake Town Square. Turner fills her 2,000-plus-square-foot space with the “updated classics” style she’s known for, in an atmosphere that channels retro glam with pink sofas and a pink cubby wall to showcase her fabulous handbags.
You don’t even have to look past our cover to see that K’s December issue is all about Christmas, Christmas, Christmas, and I doubt you can flip through more than 10 pages without feeling yourself developing a more festive frame of mind.
State Rep. Jim Keffer, R-Eastland, saw his previous bill to address the problems in the Barnett Shale vetoed by Gov. Rick Perry.
Best Buy will be among the chains opening for doorbuster sales on Thanksgiving Day and spent a recent Saturday morning getting its workers ready for the rush.
The city has been seeking a private developer to build a hotel and expand the convention center since at least 2008.
The teenagers, arrested last week in Flower Mound, face a charge of engaging in organized criminal activity.