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Former Fort Worth doctor’s mom awaits condition report

| Tuesday, Jul. 29, 2014

Dr. Kent Brantly tested positive for the Ebola virus Wednesday while he was working at a hospital in Liberia.

Applications available for free and reduced-cost meals at Arlington schools

| |Monday, Jul. 28, 2014

The school district started mailing letters to eligible households on Monday.

Suspect found naked after burglary that left one man dead

| |Monday, Jul. 28, 2014

Fort Worth police believe that the two men had confronted a burglar appears to have used a drain cleaner as a weapon.

North Texas wakes up to cooler temps, chance for rain

| |Monday, Jul. 28, 2014

Temperatures are expected to drop into the mid-80s by Thursday when a second cool front arrives.

Trophy Club dog park expected to reopen Wednesday

| |Monday, Jul. 28, 2014

A Roanoke veterinarian said vaccination is the key to protecting your pet.

New museum in Cleburne remembers Scarlett, Rhett

| |Sunday, Jul. 27, 2014

The museum houses a woman’s 6,000-piece collection of “Gone With the Wind” items amassed over many years.

Texas Rangers record hurts more than the team

| |Sunday, Jul. 27, 2014

Area businesses see a slip in business, say they don’t see as many Rangers jerseys.

Missing Arlington elderly woman found dead

| |Sunday, Jul. 27, 2014

An 84-year-old woman went for a walk Saturday morning and never returned, but Arlington police do not suspect foul play in her death.

Police: Burglar killed Fort Worth man, seriously injured another

| |Sunday, Jul. 27, 2014

Fort Worth police found one man dead and another seriously injured early Sunday on Cortez Drive after a burglary.

Fort Worth doctor contracted Ebola in Liberia, aid group says

|Saturday, Jul. 26, 2014

Dr. Kent Brantly, a former resident at JPS Hospital in Fort Worth, is in Liberai working with Ebola patients. He has tested positive for the deadly virus, his aid organization said Saturday.

Fort Worth doctor tested positive for ebola, relief agency says

|Saturday, Jul. 26, 2014

WFAA.com report: A physician from Fort Worth working with ebola virus patients in Liberia has contracted the virus, according to the relief agency he works for.

Silver Star awarded to pararescue jumper from Watauga

| |Saturday, Jul. 26, 2014

Master Sgt. Roger D. Sparks, a graduate of Haltom High School, saved lives and survived a firefight in Afghanistan in 2010.

After infertility, Wichita Falls couple is surprised with quadruplets

| |Saturday, Jul. 26, 2014

Jereme Barrera says he and his wife “dreamed of having one boy and one girl” and ended up with two of each.

With sunlight, Kennedale 9-11 memorial marks moment terror came to U.S.

| |Sunday, Jul. 27, 2014

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey donated a steel beam that forms the memorial’s centerpiece.

Wesleyan Law alumni file complaint with bar association against A&M

| |Friday, Jul. 25, 2014

After sending a petition with more than 500 signatures to College Station last week, on Friday Wesleyan Law alumni file a complaint with the American Bar Association against A&M. The alumni want diplomas that retroactively make them Aggie lawyers.

Suspect in Arlington graffiti case turns himself in

| |Friday, Jul. 25, 2014

Investigators found evidence on the teenager’s Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts that linked him to the graffiti in Arlington, affidavit said.

The West Nile debate: to spray or not to spray?

| |Friday, Jul. 25, 2014

Several mosquito traps in Northeast Tarrant County tested positive this week for West Nile virus, but not all cities agree that spraying is the best defense.

FBI searches for robbers who have hit a series of North Texas banks

| |Friday, Jul. 25, 2014

The latest robbery took place in Grapevine and authorities believe a yearlong string of hold-ups may be connected.

Irving man gets 2nd chance with brother’s kidney

| |Friday, Jul. 25, 2014

Brothers Aaron and Lee Goggin describe themselves as close siblings, but their relationship grew more special this week when Aaron gave his brother a kidney.

Tarrant County sees flurry of child drownings

| |Friday, Jul. 25, 2014

Cook Children’s Medical Center urges parents to remain vigilant of children near water sources this summer.