Who would play whom? Our big-screen version of the Dallas Cowboys' dream season. Plus: Best football flicks
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An '80s bash at The Modern, Fright Fest at Six Flags, fall festival at the Japanese Garden, Charla Corn and others at the Ranch Bash & more. Plus: More Halloween haunts
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Ryan Osborne and Travis L. Brown break down the week's biggest stories, including a look back at Southlake Carroll's win over Euless Trinity.
Is Texas' law racist or reasonable? Bob Ray Sanders and Cynthia Allen tangle over the issue as early voting begins.
“New Yorkers have no reason to be alarmed,” Mayor de Blasio declares as officials announce that the doctor’s fiancee and two friends also have been quarantined.
More than 40,000 Tarrant County residents cast ballots in the first three days of early voting.
Texas' top health official said Thursday that most hospitals can't handle Ebola patients and that they should instead be treated at specialized care centers — a break with past federal assertions that nearly any American hospital can cope with the virus.
The 2,000-mile migration is reaching its peak across North Texas, but the butterflies’ habitats are disappearing
Cliburn gold medalist Vadym Kholodenko moved his wife, Sofya Tsygankova, 30, and 4-year-old daughter, Nika, to Fort Worth this year and is in the process of getting his green card. He plays Bass Hall on Friday night.
Southwest Airlines reports $329 million in third-quarter profits as carriers benefit from mergers and lower oil prices.
He seemed lost, "did not fit in," had drug problems, and went more than five years without seeing his mother. In recent weeks, he had been living at a homeless shelter and had talked about wanting to go to Libya — or Syria — but became agitated when he couldn't get a passport.
Fortune has smiled on Cowboys through 6-1 start.
Fort Worth school board won’t interview candidates until January.
Wendy Davis trails Republican Greg Abbott by 16 points in one poll, which means she may fall behind 2010 nominee Bill White.
The nickname might be steeped in tradition, but not every tradition should be preserved.
How the church presents faith is changeable; faith itself is immovable.
Texas must find other ways to fund its highway system.