Texas Libertarians move forward with gubernatorial candidate

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Bob Booth / Special to the Star-Telegram

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz tries a bipartisan approach and finds success.

Cinderella Charity Ball shatters fundraising records

Caroline Claire Quinn raises an unprecedented $224,624.46 to capture the coveted title of Miss Cinderella.

Leadership to change at Nolan Catholic High School

The Marianists will leave Nolan Catholic at the end of the school year.

Arlington teen dies after falling from window of moving SUV

Police believe that alcohol may have played a role in the death of Lelys Leyva-Monreal, 17.

Keller family fights for adoptive children to be released from Congo

A North Texas couple adopted two children — son Josias and daughter Mercy — from Africa but can’t bring them home because government officials won’t issue paperwork children need to leave the country.

Fort Worth bishop leads faithful in Good Friday ritual

Stations of the Cross were set up on Lancaster Avenue in downtown Fort Worth.

State ethics unit found nothing to pursue in complaint against Davis

The Public Integrity Unit in the Travis County district attorney’s office looked into a political opponent’s complaint about state Sen. Wendy Davis’ legal work for the North Texas Tollway Authority.

Wise County rancher protests position of Oncor power line on his property

Ruling would help define how much “wiggle room” companies have to deviate from agreed-upon plans.

Centuries-old European tradition stays alive in Grapevine wine blessing

The Rev. Ken Robinson, a Catholic priest who used to lead a Grapevine church, performed the ritual.

Bluebonnets taking their time in North Texas this year

Around Ennis, home to the official state bluebonnet trail, locals say the best is yet to come.

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Easter of tears: 80 years ago, 2 law officers met death at hands of Bonnie and Clyde


The Depression-era outlaws killed two Fort Worth-based state patrol officers who had surprised them.

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A lesson in forgiveness from a Fort Hood victim


When President Barack Obama and the first lady made a return visit to Fort Hood last week, they paused in front of the kind of memorials we have become accustomed to seeing since the start of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.

White Sox Rangers 4.19.14

White Sox Rangers 4.19.14

Rangers top the White Sox in Arlington 6-3.

Recreating Ellis Island

Recreating Ellis Island

Students at Bear Creek Intermediate School in Keller study what it may have been like to be an immigrant in the 1900's

Spring Wildflowers 2014

Spring Wildflowers 2014

It's time to enjoy the colors of wildflowers in North Texas.

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