Martin High School junior Carmen Regina was crowned Miss Cinderella on Saturday night before a capacity crowd at the Arlington Convention Center Grand Ballroom in the 57th edition of the Cinderella Charity Ball. (Star-Telegram/Faye Reeder)
Cinderella Charity Ball
Goodwill donations do a lot more than you might think
Want an exotic pet in Fort Worth? The Humane Society of North Texas has you covered
Nearly 1,000 residents line up for a free Thanksgiving Day meal
'Farmer Ross' puts the 'agri' in Harvest agrihood in Argyle
Grand Opening weekend at The Shops at Clearfork
Weinberger's deli in Grapevine embraces the bahn mi
Tour the new West Elm on West 7th in Fort Worth
The Impossible Burger
Watch this red ant attempt to drag a snake
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Director David Lowery Talks Ghost Stories
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The Goodwill Industries of Fort Worth let us take a peek behind the curtain and follow a set of donations from the donors hands, through the shipping process and into the new owner's hands. Believe it or not your old things are doing a lot more than simply being sold.
Animal Control in the DeSoto area found a 15-foot Burmese python, which got us thinking, where else would exotic animals be found in the Dallas-Fort Worth area? Turns out, the Human Society of North Texas has everything from pythons to chinchillas to bats. (Although bats can't be adopted. Sorry.)
The Christian Center of Fort Worth held their 25th annual Thanksgiving Day dinner in Haltom City on Thursday afternoon. About 1,000 local residents showed up to eat a free meal and get a free bag of groceries as they left the church.
The Harvest by Hillwood agrihood in Argyle takes gardening so seriously, it has a resident farmer: Ross DeOtte. Residents aren't the only ones to benefit from his expertise. The North Texas Food Bank does as well.
On an August morning in Granbury, Texas, a single red ant displays industrial-size strength as it maneuvers the body of a deceased snake despite the tremendous difference in size and weight of the two creatures. (Video by Stephen Schroats)
Dennis Kothmann was diagnosed with a glioblastoma tumor and decided to become part of an experimental study rather than take standard chemotherapy. So far, results are encouraging. (Star-Telegram/Rodger Mallison)