LT’s foundation gives meals to Fort Worth families

LT-Albertsons Food 4

Bob Haynes / Special to the Star-Telegram

Former TCU star returned to the campus Saturday to give away Thanksgiving meals.

Quake centered in Irving rocks Dallas area

A magnitude 3.3 earthquake centered near the old Texas Stadium in Irving rattled the eastern side of the Metroplex Saturday night.

Volunteers are the backbone of Goodfellows program

Among many other duties, volunteers check families’ eligibility and distribute gift cards in the weeks before Christmas.

Keller Central graduate dies of cancer at 19 report: A Keller Central High School graduate died Saturday of cancer at a Dallas hospital.

Prosecutor says ticket quota derailed cases against officers

Fort Worth Police Chief Jeff Halstead blamed the dismissal of charges on the “significant delay” of Tarrant County prosecutors. The lead prosecutor says that’s not true.

Clemency sought for schizophrenic man set for execution

Texas is on track for an 18-year low in executions, likely because the option of life without parole was added in 2005.

Lawmaker spoke to grand jury after making TRWD complaint

A state representative says he testified to Henderson County a grand jury after bringing a complaint against the Tarrant Regional Water District, which is building a pipeline to bring water from East Texas to Dallas-Fort Worth.

Fort Worth loses points in new LGBT equality study

The national organization changed its scoring criteria for the latest report.

Social Eyes: Texas Christkindl Market opens Friday in Arlington

The three-week event runs through Dec. 21.

Turkey-basket effort shifts into gear

South Central Alliance of Churches distributes hundreds of Thanksgiving food baskets to needy families, with the help of nine member congregations including Trinity Episcopal.

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A new arts school for Fort Worth — but where?


Legal confusion delays the plan for a performing arts school in the Cultural District, but there are other ideas.

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Execution of mentally ill man next month must be stopped


Gov. Perry should grant clemency to Scott Louis Panetti, who has been hospitalized at least 15 times at various institutions, including Brooke Army Medical Center and the Waco Veterans Hospital.

LT and Albertsons Food Distribution

LT and Albertsons Food Distribution

LaDainian Tomlinson and Albertson's food distrubution at the Amon G. Carter Stadium in Fort Worth.

Thanksgiving Baskets for Needy

Thanksgiving Baskets for Needy

Kids from Trinity Episcopal pre-school help package Thanksgiving holiday meals for the less fortunate

Helping Hands

Helping Hands

Dawson Middle School students help at Mission Arlington/Mission Metroplex Friday

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