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3 hrs ago | Hays Daily News
Cindy Zimmerman and Lance Mitchel were married June 30, 2014, at Yosemite National Park, Calif., with Father Mitchel Zimmerman officiating. The bride is a graduate of Fort Hays State University and University of Houston College of Optometry.
7 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Sept. 18: The Grand Prairie Memorial Library , Main Branch 900 Conover Dr., Grand Prairie, 75051 has volunteer genealogy members who introduce patrons to the genealogy room in the library on the third Thursday, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Sept. 20: National Archives Fort Worth is open the third Saturday of every month, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Computers, microfilm machines, and free printing available.
7 hrs ago | Dallas Morning News
Fans cheer as Toadies take the stage at the Dia De Los Toadies festival at Panther Island Pavillion in Fort Worth, Texas on Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014.
11 hrs ago | Star-Telegram.com
Members of Broadway Baptist Church, a historic downtown Fort Worth presence since the 1880s, rededicated their building Sunday to celebrate a $2 million renovation. Public officials were on hand at the church, 305 W. Broadway Ave., for a service that included the Festival Brass ensemble and choral processions, said Drew Herring, minister of adult education and outreach.
15 hrs ago | Wise County Messenger Online
The driver of a Ford Mustang involved in a two-vehicle accident on U.S. 287 New Fairview Wednesday night was ejected after hitting an 18-wheeler and flipping over.
19 hrs ago | Star-Telegram.com
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A fan was injured when he fell about 10 feet from the stands at AT&T Stadium in Arlington during Saturday night's college football game between the University of Texas and UCLA. The fan, who was taken to John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth, was conscious and talking to first responders, an Arlington Fire Department assistant chief said.
Sal Salinas waves at bystanders as he rides a WWII 1945 Willis MB Jeep during the parade. He and his friend, Raul Duran , bring the restored Jeep to parades.
Eighty years after visionary Amon Carter Sr. first imagined the Trinity River as a $1 billion shipping barge canal, the museum that bears its name now reckons with its less glamorous fate. A new photo exhibit by a nationally renowned landscape photographer, "Meet Me at the Trinity," shows the river as loved but not always lovely.
A Texas rancher may have been within his rights, but many people are questioning whether or not what he did was right after a dog and a five-week-old puppy were shot and killed earlier this week in Fort Worth, Texas, reported My Fox DFW News. Kyndal Horton's adult husky, "Keira," and five-week-old puppy, "Flower," had been let out to play on Tuesday and shortly thereafter, they were both shot through the heart by an area rancher.
Officials and residents are looking for ways to calm the chaos on roads around a new charter school in far north Fort Worth. The International Leadership of Texas-Keller opened Aug. 21 with about 1,300 students in kindergarten through eighth grade.
Plenty of signs say the $169.5 million bond election put before Keller school district residents in the Nov. 4 election might be defeated. It will be a classic encounter between today's prevailing political philosophies, between people who believe government spends too much and must be trimmed back versus people who believe real needs - most especially in education - must be met.
The basic building blocks of barbecue are universal -- ribs, brisket, pulled pork, sausage and chicken. The genius is in the execution, and Texas has no shortage of geniuses.
Almost every time a line of storms has formed this year, Mineral Wells Mayor Mike Allen has been glued to his computer screen. It has proved to be an exercise in futility, as most storms have drifted away without helping Lake Palo Pinto, the town's main water source.
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Prosecutors say 16 people have been indicted in a North Texas identity theft and fraud scheme blamed for more than $1.3 million in bank losses. Details were announced Thursday on the 76-count federal indictment returned last month in Sherman.
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