It could take months to replace the popular Allan Saxe Park playground equipment, which was vandalized last week.
The Scott Walker Women and Families Services Building is scheduled to open in fall 2014. It will allow familes to live together as they rebuild their lives, officials say.
The developer of an 821,000-square-foot site at New York Avenue and Bardin Road will save about $700,000 in property taxes and city fees, the city staff estimates.
Evan Jennings, son of Brian Jennings, a youth minister in Burleson, recalls his father as a clown and a caring, devout man. Brian Jennings was one of four people killed Saturday in a multi-vehicle wreck on Burleson-Retta Road.
Fort Worth police continued to search Tuesday for three more suspects in the killing of a 12-year-old boy who was standing outside his house when gunmen drove up and started shooting. Daniel “Hawk” Anderson, 23, remained in jail.
With his friend Scott Mooring and inventor Bill Wisdom, Mr. Blackmon developed the carpet-cleaning system and founded a company that does business worldwide.
Airlines improve customer satisfaction scores with better on-time performance
No one has been arrested in the shooting deaths of two men on Sunday morning in northwest Fort Worth.
On Thursday, Martin House Brewery will begin selling its first canned beers at Central Market in Fort Worth.
Fort Worth school trustees on Monday approved a settlement reached in court last week with Joseph Palazzolo, a former Arlington Heights High School assistant principal, but are seeking unspecified modifications.
Three Fort Worth trustees who sided with Dallas Democrat Domingo Garcia against Marc Veasey are gone.
Even the painful part of our nation’s past should always be remembered.
New microbrewery opens on Sylvania Avenue
Dazzling ceramics and textiles on display at the Kimbell only hint at the ancient Wari culture's wonders.
4H members clean Lunchbox, the grand champion, at the Fort Worth Zoo.