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Storms hit Johnson, Hill, Bosque, Ellis counties, but spare Tarrant

| |Monday, Apr. 21, 2014

Significant hail was reported Monday evening in communities south and east of Tarrant County, but no major damage was reported immediately.

Salvation Army works to grow Youth Education Town in Arlington

| |Monday, Apr. 21, 2014

Arlington City Councilman Charlie Parker wonders if the agency’s membership fees is too pricey.

Motorist killed early Sunday in Fort Worth wreck

| |Monday, Apr. 21, 2014

A driver was killed early Sunday in a one-vehicle crash near Texas 287 and Spur 280, police said.

Wichita Falls looks for other sources of water

| |Monday, Apr. 21, 2014

While waiting to see if the state will approve its use of recycled toilet water, Wichita Falls contemplates its next move.

Forest Hill child shot during dispute between parents

| |Monday, Apr. 21, 2014

The 10-year-old boy was shot in the hip early Sunday after his parents got into an argument, police said.

Sunrise service greets Easter

Sunday, Apr. 20, 2014

Advent Lutheran Church in Arlington has had its Easter sunrise service in a cemetery for three years.

Despite cold, drought, Botanic Garden nears bloom

| |Sunday, Apr. 20, 2014

A few weeks late, an explosion of color comes to the heart of Fort Worth

Report: Crime lab delays lead to false drug convictions

Sunday, Apr. 20, 2014

Long crime lab delays have forced at least 21 people across Texas to serve time on drug possession charges when the substance they had wasn’t illegal, according to a published report Sunday.

Rains soak Easter in Fort Worth; more to come Monday

| |Sunday, Apr. 20, 2014

Forecasters say there’s still a 40 percent chance of rain Sunday night and a 50 percent chance on Monday.

Humane Society saving pony, foal burned near Alvarado

| |Monday, Apr. 21, 2014

Bella and her foal have responded well to around-the-clock care, but the Humane Society of North Texas is trying to raise $4,000 to pay for more treatments.

Animals seized in Cleburne adopted or recovering well

| |Monday, Apr. 21, 2014

Most of the horses seized in February from property in Johnson County are healthy now and have been adopted by new owners. Four are still being rehabilitated near Decatur.

Texas Libertarians move forward with gubernatorial candidate

| |Saturday, Apr. 19, 2014

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz tries a bipartisan approach and finds success.

Cinderella Charity Ball shatters fundraising records

| |Saturday, Apr. 19, 2014

Caroline Claire Quinn raises an unprecedented $224,624.46 to capture the coveted title of Miss Cinderella.

Leadership to change at Nolan Catholic High School

| |Saturday, Apr. 19, 2014

The Marianists will leave Nolan Catholic at the end of the school year.

Friends of Arlington teen share grief on Twitter Sunday

| |Monday, Apr. 21, 2014

Police believe that alcohol may have played a role in the death of Lelys Leyva-Monreal, 17.

Centuries-old European tradition stays alive in Grapevine wine blessing

| |Saturday, Apr. 19, 2014

The Rev. Ken Robinson, a Catholic priest who used to lead a Grapevine church, performed the ritual.

Fort Worth bishop leads faithful in Good Friday ritual

| |Saturday, Apr. 19, 2014

Stations of the Cross were set up on Lancaster Avenue in downtown Fort Worth.

State ethics unit found nothing to pursue in complaint against Davis

| |Friday, Apr. 18, 2014

The Public Integrity Unit in the Travis County district attorney’s office looked into a political opponent’s complaint about state Sen. Wendy Davis’ legal work for the North Texas Tollway Authority.

Wise County rancher protests position of Oncor power line on his property

| |Friday, Apr. 18, 2014

Ruling would help define how much “wiggle room” companies have to deviate from agreed-upon plans.

In Mansfield, son of late theater owner helps keep his father’s passion alive

| |Friday, Apr. 18, 2014

Before he died suddenly in December, David Meadows would talk about the Farr Best Theater to anybody who would listen.