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5 hrs ago | Star-Telegram.com
"She was a firebrand, a lightning bolt. She had just a huge amount of spunk," said Bob Crowder, who has run the 4A Good Auction business in south Fort Worth with Beverly Carter and Johnson for 14 years.
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9 hrs ago | NBC Dallas
Fort Worth and Tarrant County have made some slight adjustments to their West Nile Virus action plan, including closely monitoring trouble areas.
9 hrs ago | Star-Telegram.com
The $663.1 million Arlington school bond package on the May 10 ballot will be the largest in Tarrant County history and covers technology, fine arts and transportation.
12 hrs ago | Dallas Morning News
A pedophile from Fort Worth was sentenced Tuesday to 70 years in prison for failing to register as a sex offender after he cut off his ankle monitor and relocated to Austin.
13 hrs ago | The Family Badge
The Office of the Attorney General's Fugitive Apprehension Unit coordinated a law enforcement operation with local, state and federal law enforcement authorities that led to the arrest of 33 fugitives with outstanding felony and misdemeanor family violence arrest warrants.
17 hrs ago | Daily Kos
Of late I've noticed there is some confusion some folks have about the ACA, specifically over affordability of plans for the working poor.
Advocates for the poor are asking the Texas Supreme Court to revise a rule regarding indigency court affidavits following concerns about inconsistencies in how it is being enforced throughout the state.
The YMCA of Arlington has announced "It's a New Day at the Y. We're More Than A Gym.
A former waitress at Cabaret North is suing the nightclub alleging that she was repeatedly raped at knife point by her supervisor.
A homeless man pleaded guilty Monday morning to throwing Molotov cocktails at the office of Wendy Davis in 2012 and was sentenced to seven years in prison.
From Tornado Watches yesterday to Freeze Warnings tonight. A strong cold sweep through DFW just before midnight; temperatures have fallen from 74A at 11pm down to 47A by 6am.
"A lot of people don't realize this is illegal," Rick Morris, a still distributor, says of ginning up spirits at home as a hobby.
Two of the six candidates running for Fort Worth City Councilman Joel Burns' seat are neck and neck in campaign funding, but a local expert warns that elections aren't won with just money.
Two people were hurt in a two-vehicle wreck Friday evening on Business U.S. 287 in northwest Tarrant County.
More than 100 years ago, women of the United Methodist Church in Fort Worth established a "mission" to serve some of the city's most needy residents.