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Video: Sports writers Mac Engel and Jimmy Burch talk about the week's hot topics as March Madness and the NCAA Mens Final Four near.
Video: Writer Tim Madigan shares the last days of Holland's beloved poet, Leo Vroman, who died last week at age 98.
The pro bull riding circuit came to AT&T Stadium and fans pulled on their hats and boots, and held on for a wild ride.
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Video: Myles Turner, the nations top unsigned recruit, talks about upcoming college visits and signs off with a twist.
Border Patrol chief tells agents to retreat from rock throwers, not shoot them and to take other steps to avoid killing migrants.
Wednesday’s decision by a state appeals judge upheld a Tarrant County judge’s decision awarding close to $1 million in damages and attorney fees to the Elton Hyder family.
Online privacy and government surveillance are on the minds of the tech industry’s leaders and thinkers gathered in Austin for the South By Southwest Interactive Festival.
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 probation officer testifies that data from her ankle monitor did not show that defendant Michele Williams, who was supposed to be pregnant, went to a doctor’s office after she was released from jail on bail.
With film disappearing, Granbury’s historic Brazos Drive-In reopens this weekend with plans to install a digital projector.
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.
The “Sugar Daddies” earn money by becoming trash collectors.
Aggressive conservative organizations had Tuesday’s elections pegged.
Jon Daniels has handed his manager a staff that will need to be fixed.
Tea Party’s primary election success will shape legislative session.
The marriage culture in America is in decline and kids are the ones who are suffering.