Two juveniles and 24 people were arrested after an investigation of human trafficking involving “sexual exploitation,” the Denton County sheriff said.
Farm to Fork, founded and run by an Arlington couple, has grown in popularity over its 21/2 years of existence.
Federal appellate judges agree that parents of a Joshua middle school student who hanged himself in 2010 can proceed with their suit against the school district.
WFAA.com report: The twin brother of the man accused of abusing corpses at Johnson Family Mortuary lost his funeral director’s license and was ordered to pay $75,000, state records show.
Jury begins deliberations in defamation suit brought by Jesse Ventura against the estate of Chris Kyle, author of American Sniper.
WFAA.com report: An openly gay Fort Worth police detective shares his story as the department seeks LGBT recruits.
The Fort Worth City Council approves spending $300,000 to pay a consulting firm to study city job classifications and to recommend how much city employees should be paid, and whether they should get raises.
Center for the Prevention of Child Maltreatment aims to reduce the staggering number of abused and neglected children in Tarrant County through training and outreach.
The couple remain in the Tarrant County Jail, charged with capital murder in the robbery and slaying of Marion Lee Brown.
The games will be played Dec. 13 and 18-20.
His crackdowns have deterred crime and drug traffic, but this one doesn’t include local law officers.
Cowboys arrive in California to begin training camp.
Charlie Strong and Bob Stoops talk 2014 football.
Gary Patterson, Art Briles and Kliff Kingsbury talk 2014 football.