TCU receiver Brandon Carter arrested on marijuana charge

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Carter, a graduate of Euless Trinity High School, and a 22-year-old woman also arrested, were stopped by Fort Worth police late Tuesday in downtown Fort Worth.

Police investigating death of child in North Richland Hills

A 20-month-old toddler who had been in a child restraint died Tuesday afternoon in the back seat of a car, North Richland Hills police said.

Fort Worth students thrive in single-sex schools, officials say

Boys and girls have different learning styles, and two academies are succeeding, Fort Worth educators say.

Fort Worth man dies on flight from Dallas to California

Authorities say John Selner, 78, of Fort Worth died on a plane flight from Dallas to Southern California.

“A lot of dead cattle” after truck overturns near downtown Fort Worth

Police and firefighters have been at the scene of an overturned cattle truck on northbound U.S. 287 since early Wednesday.

Motorcyclist killed in Fort Worth wreck

A motorcyclist was hit by a vehicle after he lost control of his bike and wrecked on Meacham Boulevard, police said.

Fort Worth council delays vote on public art piece

The cost of moving a donated piece of artwork is more than double the original projection.

Lindy Berry, a former TCU All-America quarterback, dies at 86

TCU great remembered for on-field exploits, off-field humility.

Grapevine man gets life in slaying of disabled neighbor

The 59-year-old victim was stabbed multiple times and beaten with his walker.

Fort Worth school board again adjourns without vote on Dansby

Trustees started working on Superintendent Walter Dansby’s evaluation Feb. 18. On Tuesday, they spent more than two hours in executive session but adjourned without mentioning his contract.

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