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TCC officially opens new Aviation Center at Alliance Airport

| |Wednesday, Sep. 17, 2014

The community college bought the property from Bell Helicopter and renovated the building to expand its aviation educational programs.

Man, 30, gets 40-year sentence in murder

| |Wednesday, Sep. 17, 2014

A man sentenced to 40 years in prison for a southeast Fort Worth shooting.

I-35W ramp to Northside Drive closing for 3 months

| |Wednesday, Sep. 17, 2014

The closure is part of a $1.4 billion project expected to be finished by 2018.

River Oaks police rescue disabled man from burning house

| |Wednesday, Sep. 17, 2014

One officer smashed a window and another climbed through it to get to the resident who was disabled by a stroke.

Statue of Tim Cole is a reminder of the quest for justice

| |Wednesday, Sep. 17, 2014

Politicians gather with Fort Worth man’s family in Lubbock to remember Tim Cole, the only Texan posthumously exonerated of a crime. Cole was wrongly convicted in Lubbock of the rape of a Texas Tech student.

TCU student testifies that she was sexually assaulted at campus party

| |Wednesday, Sep. 17, 2014

The defendant was a resident assistant at a fraternity house where students had an informal party before finals week in December 2012.

Court orders records to be released in ‘affluenza’ case

| |Wednesday, Sep. 17, 2014

The psychologist who testified on behalf of Ethan Couch and used the word “affluenza” must release his treatment records to plaintiffs in a civil suit, an appeals court rules.

Arlington woman executed for abused boy’s death

| |Wednesday, Sep. 17, 2014

Lisa Coleman, 38, was condemned for her role in starving and abusing the 9-year-old son of her live-in girlfriend. The boy weighed 35 pounds when he was found dead in 2004.

Pier 1 reports lower second-quarter profits; stock declines

| |Wednesday, Sep. 17, 2014

The home furnishings retailer says investments in its growing e-commerce business and soft traffic at stores resulted in lower profits in the second quarter.

Digital future topic of seminar at Fort Worth museum

| |Wednesday, Sep. 17, 2014

The daylong seminar at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History will talk about the digital tools available for educators.

Something’s not right about Tony Romo

| |Wednesday, Sep. 17, 2014

The Cowboys quarterback hasn’t played like himself.

Arlington votes to help Rangers save on renovations

| |Wednesday, Sep. 17, 2014

The Arlington council votes to extend the city’s sale tax exemption to the Texas Rangers, which is reportedly planning to renovate a restaurant space above Home Run Porch.

National Merit Semifinalists named

|Wednesday, Sep. 17, 2014

North Texas students were among 16,000 nationwide selected as National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists.

Even the baseball purist must wonder if our national pastime passes too much time

| |Wednesday, Sep. 17, 2014

Game length is at an all-time high in 2014 and Major League Baseball is openly concerned that it’s hurting appeal.

City by City

Wednesday, Sep. 17, 2014

Goodwill Industries of Fort Worth has purchased an 11,000-square-foot retail space at 901 W. Lamar Blvd. in Arlington to become its 21st area retail store.

Time to honor Tim Cole

| |Wednesday, Sep. 17, 2014

A bronze statue honoring Fort Worth’s Tim Cole will be unveiled in Lubbock before family, friends and politicians.

Rangers push win streak to four

| |Wednesday, Sep. 17, 2014

Nick Tepesch allows three runs in six innings, and Jake Smolinski swats his first big-league homer.

Fort Worth police seek IDs of robbery duo

| |Wednesday, Sep. 17, 2014

Police believe the same two men may have been involved in similar robberies in Dallas County last month.

Aledo’s campus police have military rifles, but they’re going back

| |Wednesday, Sep. 17, 2014

Officials in the Parker County school district say they will return weapons to the Department of Defense.

Obama will send U.S. troops to aid in fight against Ebola

| |Tuesday, Sep. 16, 2014

President Obama met Tuesday with Dr. Kent Brantly, who did his medical residency in Fort Worth. Brantly contracted Ebola while working as a medical missionary in Liberia. Later Tuesday, Brantly testified about his experiences before a Senate subcommittee.

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