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Podcast: Reporters Gordon Dickson and Andrea Ahles chat about "icemageddon" and the biggest aviation story of the year.
It's down to the final four in the inaugural DFW.com Beer Bracket. Plus: We talk to the brewmasters behind our top picks.
Eats Beat: Whether you need basic pork tamales, turkey, cranberry or gingerbread, book orders before the holiday scramble.
The Very Merry Cookie Challenge as you know it is ending. Easily explore the past nine winning cookie recipes.
As of Aug. 15, more than 455,000 immigrants were approved for a temporary government program called Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. They’re still hoping for “a real solution.”
Heisman frontrunner becomes second consecutive freshman honoree.
A dognapping on Friday turned to cyber taunting by Dogthedogsaver who took Heidi, a 10-month-old Greater Swiss Mountain dog, from a west Fort Worth couple.
Phillip Monroe Ballard, 72, of Fort Worth was facing tax violation charges last year when he attempted to hire a hit man for $100,000 to kill the judge who was to hear the case.
The Dallas City Council approved a 1,500-foot setback from “protected uses” such as homes and churches for drilling rigs and compressors. Fort Worth and Arlington require 600-foot setbacks.
Longtime restaurateur was involved in North Texas restaurants including Fuzzy’s Taco Shop, Yucatan Taco Stand, Margie’s Italian Gardens and others.
The All-Pro’s work ethic and professionalism were worth the $12,000 transaction fee.
Don’t be fooled by the comfortable situation at Alabama — Saban has left good jobs before.
The Rangers improved at quarterback and the Prince Fielder acquisition rates an A, but they’re no better than they were a year ago.
Lawmakers set aside funds for roads torn up by drilling trucks, but attached strings.
In the 78th year, the Exchange Club of Fort Worth’s holiday party again “extracts” thousands of dollars from business and civic leaders.
No matter how strongly he denies the reports, its in the best interests of Texas for Mack Brown to quit.
During the ice storm, many readers discovered our e-edition, which brings you the pages of the paper without leaving the comfort of your home.