Fort Worth’s shelters will likely be full for the next few days as plunging temperatures invade North Texas.
Cans of food destined for the Tarrant Area Food Bank were used to construct a menorah that was lighted Wednesday at Congregation Ahavath Sholom on the eighth day of Hanukkah.
Dozens of officers and a few civilians were honored Wednesday by Fort Worth police for “exceptional acts” during the years 2011-2013.
State Sen. Wendy Davis, D-Fort Worth, releases income tax records showing that her 2012 income was more than twice what she reported in 2010. Davis is running for governor. The records were released by her campaign.
Firewood sales were at a peak Wednesday, but heating repair companies were waiting their turn.
Fort Worth officials have been in Washington, D.C., attending a conference on how to encourage builders to be more energy efficient.
The scene on Burleson-Retta Road looked like the aftermath of an airplane crash, a witness testifies Wednesday to a juvenile court judge who will sentence a 16-year-old drunken driver.
An appellate panel overturns a National Labor Relations Board decision that the home builder violated federal law by forcing all employees to sign an arbitration agreement.
Stephanie Hawthorne’s request to lift an emergency protective order against her husband has been denied.
The 47-year-old officer was arrested in his front yard, a news release says.
First prize in the highway departments holiday sweepstakes is a $5,000-plus expense-paid trip to, yes, New York City.
Her colorful language could be entertaining and biting at the same time.
TCU Women at Daniel-Meyer Wednesday.
Mayor Betsy Price is guest at Hanukkah celebration.
Road crews and firewood sellers were among those getting ready for a possible winter storm in North Texas.