Officers found the woman lying near the roadway “with an apparent wound to her abdomen,” police said. A suspect was seen leaning over her and was immediately arrested.
Former priest James Reilly, who died in 1999, was assigned to St. Maria Goretti Catholic Church in Arlington from 1969 through 1987.
In cross-action filing, Gerstlauer Amusement Rides seeks unspecified damages for harm caused by Six Flags to its business reputation.
Two sets of 43-foot-tall letters now stretch 385 feet across the north and south sides of the stadium’s dome.
The deadline to file to run for Joel Burns’ council seat is Monday.
Though Fort Worth police had been dispatched to the home of Larissa Easley on Jan. 31 on an attempted suicide case, investigators are now accusing her husband of fatally shooting the woman.
A new study has underscored just how little is known about the health consequences of the natural gas boom that began a decade ago, when advances in high-volume hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, allowed companies to tap shale deposits across the United States.
The graduates chose not to dwell on the unfairness of segregation.
AB Acquisition, an entity controlled by Cerberus Capital Management which owns the Albertsons grocery store chain, will pay about $40 a share to acquire California-based Safeway.
The facilities in Keller also serve Roanoke, Southlake, Westlake and Colleyville.
Neighbor reported smoke coming from an apartment where firefighters found the resident burned and unconscious.
The University of Texas, Texas A&M and the University of North Texas systems say they will not lower their standards for House Bill 5.
The Air Line Pilots Association’s master executive council reversed an earlier decision to reject the proposed 10-year contract, which includes pay freezes until 2018, without a vote.
A couple disagreed on whether Son of God’s impact depended on Christ being good looking.
Jakes is seeking to keep Karleisha Tarver 500 feet away from his family, his home and his staff.
Eligible consumers have until March 31 to enroll for health insurance through the federal marketplace, at healthcare.gov, and receive tax credits to help pay for premiums.
The small conservative Roman Catholic college offered a daily Latin Mass and is appealing Bishop Michael Olson’s order prohibiting the practice.
Bus tours and pub crawls are some of the events advertising the enrollment deadline to buy insurance.
The abuser will be 109 years old before he is eligible for release, according to court officials.
More than 60 cement trucks delivered 600 yards of concrete on Tuesday for the football-field-size wave pool that is one of the main attractions.
The fire was reported about 6:15 p.m. at the water department facility on Watercress Drive.
Witnesses told police that the driver of the dump truck lost control. The truck landed on its side on a ramp for eastbound Northeast Loop 820 near Northeast Mall in Hurst.
Wednesday’s decision by a state appeals judge upheld a Tarrant County decision awarding close to $1 million in damages and attorney fees.
Bond has been set for $500,000 for Michele Williams, the Keller woman accused of killing her husband in October 2011.
With film disappearing, Granbury’s historic Brazos Drive-In reopens this weekend with plans to install a digital projector.
A medical examiner's report says a natural cause is most likely in the death of a 10-year-old boy whose body was found in a family bathtub.
The company’s owner plans a job training program involving the nearby Presbyterian Night Shelter as part of a federal loan commitment for the project.
Officers seize 40 gambling machines and about $3,000 at a strip center on Watauga Smithfield Road.
Area plumbers are still catching up on broken pipes after Tarrant County endured its 55th freezing day this season.
In a court response to a lawsuit, Gerstlauer Amusement Rides contends that Six Flags decided against putting seat belts on the roller coaster two years before a Dallas woman fell to her death from the ride last summer.