A top Lockheed Martin Aeronautics official expressed confidence in the affordability and development of the largest jet fighter program in U.S. history at an early Friday news conference.
As of Aug. 15, more than 455,000 immigrants were approved for a temporary government program called Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. They’re still hoping for “a real solution.”
People who influenced a conservative resurgence in the Southern Baptist Convention are pictured in stained-glass works of art.
A Tarrant County jury needed just 10 minutes to convict an Arlington man of raping a 12-year-old.
A teenage boy was shot by an adult acquaintance who ran off but later called 911 to say he pulled the trigger, police said.
Phillip Monroe Ballard, 72, of Fort Worth was facing tax violation charges last year when he attempted to hire a hit man for $100,000 to kill the judge who was to hear the case.
A dognapping on Friday turned to cyber taunting by Dogthedogsaver who took Heidi, a 10-month-old Greater Swiss Mountain dog, from a west Fort Worth couple.
Other psychologists differ with conclusion of a defense witness during sentencing hearing this week for teen who killed four people while driving drunk.
A 2.5 magnitude earthquake was reported Wednesday morning near Pottsboro, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Neal Smatresk takes the helm of the flagship campus in February.
In the 78th year, the Exchange Club of Fort Worth’s holiday party again “extracts” thousands of dollars from business and civic leaders.
Her colorful language could be entertaining and biting at the same time.
The newly-completed Baylor Emergency Medical Center will open to the public on December 18
The Keller Women's Club decorates the Christmas tree at Fire Station 3, part of an annual tradition.
Keller braves the cold to kick off its holiday season with a treelighting, parade and fireworks.