2014 elections: ‘That’s our Wendy’

Guv debate watch

Joyce Marshall / Star-Telegram

Wendy Davis’ hometown supporters cheer on their choice for Texas governor during the first debate Friday evening.

‘Underworld preacher’ Freddie Gage shook things up

Remembrance Longtime Tarrant County resident Freddie Gage was inducted into the initial “hall of faith” of Southern Baptist evangelists. He died Sept. 12 in Houston.

American, flight attendants union reach tentative contract

Details were not released, but the union’s president calls the agreement an industry-leading contract among major airlines.

Man accused of raping TCU coed says sex was consensual

The former TCU student testifies that his accuser kissed him and helped him put on a condom.

Tarrant judge denies request to end same-sex marriage

One woman had petitioned for the marriage to be voided while the other woman asked the judge to grant the couple a divorce.

Blue Zones Project in Fort Worth gets new leadership

Julie Wilson, vice president of the project in Fort Worth, resigned and was replaced by Suzanne Duda.

Pantego rookie officer recognized for stopping animal abuse

The off-duty officer was visiting a relative when he witnessed a neighborhood teen abusing a dog.

Swarm of 10,000 bees removed from downtown Fort Worth

The swarm of European honeybees in a crape myrtle in the downtown courts area was to be transported to a safer hive.

Cruisin’ for a Cure aims to get men tested for prostate cancer

The 13th annual event is Saturday in downtown Fort Worth.

Arlington firefighters welcome home one of their own from Afghanistan

Spc. Ryan Pugh said care packages from his Arlington buddies helped him get through his deployment.

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Bud Kennedy

Anti-school-bond group taking debt fight across district lines


A North Richland Hills Republican plans to influence Keller school and Fort Worth water district voters.

Bob Ray Sanders

Memory of innocent man halts brings Texas politics to a halt for a little while


Dedication of Tim Cole statue in Lubbock united political foes, if just for a little while.

North Texas Day of Giving

North Texas Day of Giving

Alice Carlson Applied Learning Center students pitch in.

DFW Welcomes Firefighter

DFW Welcomes Firefighter

Arlington firefighter home from Kabul.

Rivers Oaks Fire Rescue

Rivers Oaks Fire Rescue

Three police officers pull man from burning house.

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