University officials relied on social media, email and websites to alert students about rescheduled exams.
Police were responding to an “evolving incident” at the scene of a shooting in the 1100 block of East Arkansas Lane in east Arlington.
The Fort Worth-based manufacturer will build five-seat, single-engine helicopters at a new $26.3 million, 82,300-square-foot plant to be constructed at Lafayette Regional Airport.
The $349 million project will include a new emergency department and heart center, plus renovations of three floors in an older building.
It will feature three homes in west Arlington as well as the beautiful Arlington Woman’s Club building.
Fort Worth crews worked 5,650 hours during the storm, dumping more than 2,000 tons of sand and 110 tons of salt, administrators tell the City Council. And the full cost isn’t tallied yet.
The Keller teenager who pleaded guilty to driving drunk and causing collisions that killed four people in June is sentenced by a Tarrant County juvenile judge to 10 years probation to include rehabilitation treatment.
The annual PGA Tour event at the Fort Worth country club raised a record $7.8 million for charities in 2013.
In an interview, American Airlines CEO Doug Parker says the airline’s new management team hasn’t studied selling regional carrier and has not made a decision on whether to stick with the new livery design for its planes.
Judge Larry Meyers switches parties, becomes first statewide Democratic officeholder in years.
Louisiana to provide $8 million in incentives and build the factory at Lafayette Regional Airport where Bell will produce a new line of small commercial helicopters.
A Capital Needs Steering Committee is reviewing the district’s needs before a potential bond election.
Federal prosecutors say 16 people have been arrested in the investigation of an East Texas drug trafficking ring with ties to Mexico.
A minor earthquake was reported Tuesday morning near Azle.
A Fort Worth judge could be part of the Democratic revival.
A similar attack happened a week ago in the same general area, and another dog attack was reported early Friday in southeast Fort Worth, authorities have reported.
U.S. Air Force investigators have confirmed that a bird strike caused an $8 million jet to crash in Texas during a training flight in July.
Three real estate investors, two of whom have done developments in Arlington, have bought the former Luke Honda dealership property on East Division Street with plans to turn it into a business park.
The worker was taken by CareFlite helicopter from the MillerCoors brewery on Interstate 35W to the burn unit at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas, according to reports
American’s former CEO, who led the airline through bankruptcy, will receive $12.7 million in cash and 170,722 shares of stock.
County Judge Glen Whitley suggests taking Forrest Park Boulevard “off a road diet and onto steroids” as a one-way feeder into and out of downtown Fort Worth for the Chisholm Trail Parkway.
Gary Landers, 58, of Paint Rock, shot his girlfriend’s estranged husband during a child custody exchange near the Denton police station in 2010.
The state's highest criminal court has upheld the murder conviction and death sentence given to a Fort Worth man for a 2010 convenience store holdup that left two men dead.
The checks “had been altered and cashed for more money than originally written,” North Richland Hills police said.
The shotgun-style houses and minority-owned businesses that made Rock Island Bottom a thriving African-American community in the early part of the 20th century are long gone.
Family will celebrate Christmas with a little help from Goodfellows.
Conditions should continue to improve as the sun comes out and temperatures rise.
The former Alcoholic Beverage Commission agent hid miniature cameras in the bathroom to capture compromising photos of his female relative.
Bob Johnson, a former Downtown Arlington Management Corp. chairman, supports a lane reduction.
About 70 percent of North Texas freeways were passable late Monday afternoon as the evening commute was about to begin, a spokeswoman for the Texas Department of Transportation said.