Photo gallery of hopefuls from the Ice Girls auditions this weekend in Frisco | Plus: Report from the auditions.
The group, which makes craft beers for U.S. troops when they return to the U.S., honored Fritz Rahr at Rahr's Saturday tasting.
No rainouts this week. As temperatures soared, the weekly tubing and music fest on the Trinity was back to splashy good fun.
Do you have the best dog, cat, hermit crab or guppy in all of DFW? Enter them in this year's contest. | Plus: Gallery of 2013 entries
The first baseman has a two-run single in the fifth to back Yu Darvish, who posts his 10th victory.
Dylan David’s left leg was amputated above the knee following a June 12 car wreck in Benbrook but the Granbury paramedic vows he’ll get back to helping others once he’s fitted with a prosthetic leg.
Hong Minh Truong, 66, is accused of sending more than 500 letters containing white powder to schools, agencies and government installations across the United States and abroad. The white powder turned out to be harmless.
Barclay Berdan, the senior executive vice president and chief operating officer, was selected to replace Doug Hawthorne.
On Saturday, UT Arlington Alumni Association members voted 52-30 not to disband, as had been expected.
Dr. Kent Brantly tested positive for the Ebola virus Wednesday while he was working at a hospital in Liberia.
Fort Worth police believe that the two men had confronted a burglar appears to have used a drain cleaner as a weapon.
It’s easy to hate the Yankees, but it was always hard to hate Derek Jeter.
Manziel might have been just the thing to kick-start the Cowboys’ QB.
Jerry Jones can’t take the truth that he’s a football failure.
Fort Worth’s infamous “Goat-Man” remains a durable legend. But was it inspired by a Star-Telegram column?