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Towns west of Fort Worth fear running out of water

| |Friday, Sep. 12, 2014

As the drought enters its fourth year, Mineral Wells and other Palo Pinto County towns are scrambling for sources of water.

College Football Playoff announces philanthropic efforts

| |Monday, Sep. 15, 2014

Organizers plan educational, environmental and philanthropic initiatives across North Texas.

Ron Washington’s departure still hovers in the air

| |Friday, Sep. 12, 2014

Mystery over the former Rangers manager’s resignation stirs up gossip.

DFW area will see lows in the 50s Saturday morning

| |Friday, Sep. 12, 2014

North Texas is getting a serious shot of fall weather.

Union rejects BNSF proposal for one-man train crews

| |Friday, Sep. 12, 2014

BNSF sought union approval to operate most trains with a single engineer on lines protected by a collision avoidance system, but the union group called the practice dangerous.

9-11 event in Grapevine honors flight crews

| |Thursday, Sep. 11, 2014

The victims were honored Thursday at the Day of Remembrance ceremony.

RadioShack reports big loss, says bankruptcy is possible

| |Thursday, Sep. 11, 2014

The Fort Worth-based consumer electronics retailer says it is in advanced discussions to recapitalize the company and restructure its debt, but it warns that a deal is needed in the “very near term.”

Ohio man convicted of kidnapping, sexual assault of Haltom City teen

| |Thursday, Sep. 11, 2014

Stephan Cox, 27, faces a maximum sentence of 99 years in prison for kidnapping a middle school student when she was 14.

Oscar Pistorius convicted of culpable homicide

| |Friday, Sep. 12, 2014

A judge convicted Oscar Pistorius of culpable homicide Friday in the death of his girlfriend, ruling that the former track star was negligent when he opened fire in his home after hearing what he said sounded like an intruder in a bathroom in the middle of the night.

Texas business, labor interests team to push for reforms

| |Thursday, Sep. 11, 2014

An unlikely alliance between business and labor advocacy groups is pushing business-friendly Texas to adopt state and local reforms in order to bust private companies that cheat on taxes owed to the federal government on public projects.