Daughter of Helen Holladay regrets that her mother has to be identified by the last name of her second husband, the primary suspect in her death. Holladay disappeared in 1979.
Travel agent Teresa Rosser is accused of leaving group that hoped to see Pope John Paul II canonized without tickets.
Hangman’s House of Horror must sell by May 10 or the skeletons, bones, spinning tunnels and hundreds of other haunted props will be sold at auction.
A lecture and video series, demonstrations, and workshops are planned to enhance visitors’ experience.
A lawsuit filed by the Rev. Kyev Tatum and others had argued that the district violated the Texas and U.S. constitutions by moving the election to May 2015.
Mineral Wells voters will get a chance to weigh-in on the Baker Hotel redevelopment.
Officer Heather Phares, a native of Mansfield, was recruited by Midlothian police for her “integrity, sound judgment, enthusiasm, willingness to learn, and commitment to service,” a police spokesman said.
Carter, a graduate of Euless Trinity High School, and a 22-year-old woman also arrested, were stopped by Fort Worth police late Tuesday in downtown Fort Worth.
A motorcyclist was hit by a vehicle after he lost control of his bike and wrecked on Meacham Boulevard, police said.
The sports bar’s parent company filed for bankruptcy in December.
During earnings calls on Thursday, executives at American and Southwest both said they’re unaware of any decision on selecting a winner for two gates being divested by American.
The UPS shift was part of Veasey’s effort, “Marc Means Business,” to get to know more constituents — and the issues they face — in the 33rd Congressional District.
Motorists who use Texas 121 to get to Northeast Tarrant County, including DFW Airport, will be relieved to learn that their exit goes back to the right and will stay put.
The combined American-US Airways reports revenues of $10 billion in its first full quarter as a merged company.
Men’s Health magazine ranks Fort Worth No. 99 out of 100 for java junkies.
Giordano retiring as Cliburn jury chairman
A 20-month-old toddler who had been in a child restraint died Tuesday afternoon in the back seat of a car, North Richland Hills police said.
Authorities say John Selner, 78, of Fort Worth died on a plane flight from Dallas to Southern California.
Cries of “tyrant!” erupt when the Arlington City Council votes tighter restrictions on people approaching motorists when they’re stopped on a city street.
Boys and girls have different learning styles, Fort Worth educators say.
A judge on Thursday denied a motion that would have stayed court proceedings until an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court is finished.
The nature center, one of the largest city-owned preserves in the country, is an accessible wilderness of wetlands, thick forests and plant-rich prairies that is like a state park within the city limits.
The sizzle and pop of the grill and bustle of crowds at Al’s Hamburgers will fall silent Saturday as friends and family gather to say goodbye to long-time owner Al Mathews.
Candidates say they would educate themselves on the concerns of their lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered constitutents.
A&M alumnus Tony Buzbee donated money to the Fort Worth-based school this week to promote growth.
Ernesto Arreguin, 25, was questioned and his truck impounded on the same day of the fatal hit-and-run, but he denied involvement.
Plano-based Aruba Petroleum says it will appeal
Police and firefighters have been at the scene of an overturned cattle truck on northbound US 287 since early Wednesday.
Trustees started working on Superintendent Walter Dansby’s evaluation Feb. 18. On Tuesday, they spent more than two hours in executive session but adjourned without mentioning his contract.
The costs of moving a donated piece of artwork is more than double the original projection.