One Catholic pastor says his Keller church will stop sponsoring Cub Scouts while Mormons and Methodists stick with the program.
College students will now qualify for reduces fares, and Arlington bus service will officially roll Aug. 19.
The school district’s deficit budget for 2013-14 will also eliminate eight jobs, but the district expects to get an extra $1.6 million from the state.
Fort Worth school trustees on Monday approved a settlement reached in court last week with Joseph Palazzolo, a former Arlington Heights High School assistant principal, but are seeking unspecified modifications.
Tarrant County District Attorney Joe Shannon said that attorney Mario Perez hid campaign contributions.
State Rep. Charlie Geren said he thinks either Rick Perry or his staff misunderstood what the bill was about.
The Shetland pony was found last week “extremely malnourished and severely underweight” in Springtown, deputies said.
The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission has opened an investigation into the wreck that killed four and injured nine, although local authorities have not reported definitively that alcohol was a factor.
Those who refuse to pay will all of the tolls, fees and risk other sanctions.
The massive makeover of Texas 114/121 in Grapevine will be completed in August or September, officials say.
Facing two and maybe three opponents, the Texas lieutenant governor talks about addressing state needs, not just saving money.
Perhaps never before have Fort Worth and its people been celebrated more in Dallas than with this one extraordinary display of art and history.
New microbrewery opens on Sylvania Avenue
Dazzling ceramics and textiles on display at the Kimbell only hint at the ancient Wari culture's wonders.
4H members clean Lunchbox, the grand champion, at the Fort Worth Zoo.