Boise amputee is the first war-wounded veteran to summit Everest
Charlie Linville and Tim Medvetz, from The Heroes Project, trained to climb Everest in 2014 and 2015. Both times, natural disasters on the mountain prevented them from even starting to climb. On May 19, 2016, Charlie Linville became the first comb
Julie Hulit, of Mountain Home, Texas, renames every animal she fosters as a way of giving them a new lease on life. This is the story of Beaux Tox the dog, who has a facial deformity due to lack of room in his mother's womb
Sam Sayed, a DFW native, filed the first formal public accommodations complaint regarding Varsity Tavern for alleged discrimination based on race after his friend Stephen, a black man from New York, was turned away from the bar for wearing Jordans.
Main Street Fort Worth Arts Festival shuts down while a storm, with potential for high winds and hail, passes the downtown area. There was no damage and the arts fest was scheduled to reopen soon afterwards.
The Centers for Disease Control's Wednesday update on the romaine lettuce E. coli outbreak says the sick count has added 18 people since Friday, for a total of 53 in 16 states. And there's a high hospitalization rate.
About 100 students from Fort Worth's Dunbar High School participated in the National School Walkout Friday. Students marched down the street and held a rally that centered on how gun violence has touched their family and friends.
Contractor Michael Evangelista-Ysasaga worked on a Trinity River Vision project, only to find out his workers were exposed to contaminated soil at the north Fort Worth site. Today, he's still owed millions of dollars for his work.
At the African Savannah exhibit, Fort Worth Zoo visitors can feed giraffes, watch hippos glide through a pool, play peek-a-boo with meerkats and talk to a variety of other animals, bird and fish. The exhibit's grand opening is on April 21.