FWISD cafeteria workers protest rumors of outsourcing
Fort Worth ISD cafeteria workers are concerned the school board is considering outsourcing the high school cafeterias. School board members say there are no plans to do so but cafeteria managers and employees plead their case at the board meeting.
"You really need to use just about all of your senses," said Garry Hutton, one of the owners of Hutton Peach Farm outside of Weatherford. "I guess you don't hearing but that comes in handy with a watermelon."
Dean Jones was watching his son Mike compete in the Halifax Insurance 100 race on June 16, 2018 at a Virginia speedway when Mike’s car hit off a competitor while making a turn, spinning the vehicle out of control, crashing and catching fire.
For Jack Reiser, a prayer is not just a wish or a superstitious gesture, such as crossing your fingers or throwing salt over your shoulder. Reiser, a semi-retired engineer living in Northeast Fort Worth, prayer is something altogether different.
A semi swerves all over I-20 near Midland, Texas trying to pass what appears to be a Hummer which will not let the truck by. Midland County Sheriff said the incident began when the driver of the car became angry after the truck's driver threw a em
A Bridgewater, Mass., woman was able to fight off a man who police say assaulted and attempted to abduct her as she was out for a run. Gordon Lyons was arrested and charged with assault and kidnapping.