Two Texas youths return from a faith journey to Israel

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Rodger Mallison / Star-Telegram

Two Fort Worth youths recently returned from Israel, where they had a front-row seat to history.

Interstate 35W in north Fort Worth closed this weekend

Both northbound and southbound lanes at U.S. 287 will be closed for ramp demolition.

First Ebola patient may arrive in Atlanta this weekend

Dr. Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol remain in “serious condition” while waiting to be transferred from a hospital in Monrovia, Liberia, to the United States.

Fort Worth school district must repay millions to state

A computer problem caused the district to miscount students in certain programs that resulted in overpayments from the state.

It’s August, but ‘100s are not screaming at us right now’

July was cooler than normal and August is getting off to a nice, not-so-hot start.

Interfaith group urges lawmakers to protect border kids

Religious leaders asked lawmakers Thursday to protect youngsters who have arrived at the U.S. border after fleeing violence and abuse in Central America by following the laws currently in place.

Bush on Bush: 43 writes a biography of 41

George W. Bush describes his father as a “great servant, statesman and father” and said he loved writing the story of his life. The biography is scheduled for publication on Nov. 11.

Bud Kennedy

Texas lawmaker’s wisecrack stirs a fiery Louisiana response

State Rep. Dennis Bonnen says he’s sorry to all the Cajuns out there, and Acadiana Americans, and Louisiana French.

Richard Greene

Bob Greene: The immorality of child abuse on display in two world crises

In the Middle East and on our border, children are political pawns.

Bob Ray Sanders

Bob Ray Sanders: ‘Hate’ not too strong a word to describe Obama detractors

Republican members of Congress have only one mission: Oppose the president.

Gil LeBreton

Jason Garrett, for now, is Jerry’s coach for life

The Cowboys’ owner prefers a coaching evolution to another revolution.

Mike Norman

Mike Norman: Theodore Roosevelt’s frustration with Congress seems familiar

‘Fools’ on one side wanted too much, on the other side too little.

Mac Engel

Be realistic, Rangers: Trade Beltre, keep Gallo in minors

The Rangers should wait on Joey Gallo, but if offered the right people immediately deal Adrian Beltre.

Cynthia M. Allen

Why consensus matters in making social policy

Partisan laws forced through Congress aren’t built for the long term.

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Paws to Read Grand Finale

Paws to Read Grand Finale

Colleyville's library ends its summer reading program with an annual carnival bash.

Cowboys Camp 7.31.14

Cowboys Camp 7.31.14

Training camp continues in Oxnard.

Keller Lions Club Fair

Keller Lions Club Fair

Carnival rides, a Ferris wheel, food and games draw crowds to the four-day event.

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