The Fort Worth Herd has a twice daily cattle drive at 11:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Exchange Avenue in the Fort Worth Stockyards. Trail boss Kristin Jaworski explains the meaning behind the cattle drive and the reason why cattle stay on course. The first of a series looking into some of Fort Worth’s specialties
Video by Maria Chiumchiu@mcclatchy.com / @mariawchiu
Fort Worthy: Why do we have the cattle drive?
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New aquarium sparks new life for Ridgmar Mall
Charles L. Bronson's film footage on day of JFK assassination
Minister criticizes Fort Worth leaders on race relations
Infestation of drywood termites calls for drastic measures
Air Asia X plane forced to turn back after “single engine failure”
He was killed less than a mile after getting on the freeway
Pearl Harbor US Navy sailor laid to rest
Saturday morning rain drops falling on Fort Worth
Rain arrives in a big way
What's worse than losing XTO to Houston?
The Golden Goddess endures a lot to bring oilmen luck
Standing on a concrete pedestal at the southwest corner of Main and Houston streets overlooking Dealey Plaza, eyewitness Charles Bronson used his Keystone Olympic home movie camera, running at twelve frames per second, to capture a series of sequences before and during the Kennedy assassination.
US Navy sailor George Coke Jr., an Arlington High School graduate, was laid to rest after his remains were finally identified after 76 years. Coke died aboard the USS Oklahoma in the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941.
According to the National Weather Service, at 10:40 a.m. Dallas-Fort Worth Airport had received 3.82 inches of rain, a new daily rainfall record for June 24, surpassing the 1.76 inches that fell in 1917. (Video by Max Faulkner/Star-Telegram)
XTO Energy is the biggest private employer in downtown Fort Worth, but now it's planning to move 1,600 jobs to an Exxon campus in Houston over the next three years. So who are the other big employers downtown? You might be surprised.