The UPS shift was part of Veasey’s effort, “Marc Means Business,” to get to know more constituents — and the issues they face — in the 33rd Congressional District.
Al’s Hamburgers opened on North Collins Street in 1957 and moved to N.E. Green Oaks Boulevard in 1986. Mr. Mathews died Monday.
American and Southwest execs say they’re unaware of any decision on selecting a winner for two gates being divested by American.
A judge on Thursday denied a motion that would have stayed court proceedings until an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court is finished.
Travel agent Teresa Rosser is accused of leaving group that hoped to see Pope John Paul II canonized without tickets.
The nature center, one of the largest city-owned preserves in the country, is an accessible wilderness of wetlands, thick forests and plant-rich prairies that is like a state park within the city limits.
Hangman’s House of Horror must sell by May 10 or the skeletons, bones, spinning tunnels and hundreds of other haunted props will be sold at auction.
Daughter of Helen Holladay regrets that her mother has to be identified by the last name of her second husband, the primary suspect in her death. Holladay disappeared in 1979.
Motorists who use Texas 121 to get to Northeast Tarrant County, including DFW Airport, will be relieved to learn that their exit goes back to the right and will stay put.
Fort Worth’s music maestro John Giordano, 75, is retiring as chairman of the Cliburn piano competition jury after 40 years and 11 competitions.
The Depression-era outlaws killed two Fort Worth-based state patrol officers who had surprised them.
John Paul Stevens’ ideas include abolishing the death penalty.