New ramp changes precede Chisholm Trail opening

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Ron T. Ennis / Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Chisholm Trail Parkway is scheduled to open in a little more than three weeks, but motorists are already seeing changes in west Fort Worth.

Grapevine police investigate broken-window burglaries

In one incident, video surveillance shows a man entering a store after a landscaping brick crashed through a window.

Gang with heavy DFW presence called the worst in Texas

Tango Blast, the fastest-growing gang in Texas, has cells around the state and an estimated 8,200 members.

Bluebonnets are taking their time this year across North Texas

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

Former immigration advocate sentenced for North Texas bank holdups

The 59-year-old Farmers Branch man was dubbed the “Mesh Mask Bandit” by the FBI.

Last two defendants take plea deals in fatal 2012 robbery

Two men charged with capital murder have pleaded guilty to lesser charges and been sentenced to five and 10 years in prison.

Neiman Marcus may be headed to Clearfork development

A commercial real estate professional slipped the news into his presentation during an industry forum in Fort Worth, but the developer and Neiman Marcus said no such announcement has been made.

Wendy Davis recovering from surgery

The neck surgery went well, and the Fort Worth Democratic gubernatorial candidate is recuperating, according to her campaign.

Hitchhiker thrown off bridge, into muddy Lake Ray Hubbard

Mario Ottesen became stuck in the mud at a lower-than-normal Lake Ray Hubbard after he was thrown off a lake bridge, Dallas police said.

Fort Woof celebrates 70 ‘dog years’ of fun

The party includes wiener dog races and an owner look-alike contest.

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In H-E-B schools, it’s not Good Friday without a good note


A Bedford lawmaker objects to schools requiring a parent’s note for an excused absence on the Christian holy day.

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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.

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