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College Football Playoff announces philanthropic efforts

| |Monday, Sep. 15, 2014

Organizers plan educational, environmental and philanthropic initiatives across North Texas.

New charter school generates traffic woes in far north Fort Worth

| |Tuesday, Sep. 16, 2014

A median cut-through, alternative traffic routing and roundabouts are in the plans to reduce congestion near International Leadership of Texas-Keller.

Ohio man gets 50 years for kidnapping Haltom City teen

| |Friday, Sep. 12, 2014

Stephan Andrew Cox, 27, must serve half the 50-year sentence before he is eligible for parole, a prosecutor says.

Towns west of Fort Worth fear running out of water

| |Friday, Sep. 12, 2014

As the drought enters its fourth year, Mineral Wells and other Palo Pinto County towns are scrambling for sources of water.

Fort Worth father of dead baby arrested on family violence warrants

| |Friday, Sep. 12, 2014

Ronald Gaunichaux is accused of assaulting his daughter’s mother, but the investigation into the baby’s death continues, police say.

Californian dies in Tarrant County’s Cold Springs jail

| |Friday, Sep. 12, 2014

The sheriff’s department is investigating the death early Friday of William Diener III, 61, authorities said.

City by City

Friday, Sep. 12, 2014

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Arlington mayor withdraws support for pet surrender fee

| |Thursday, Sep. 11, 2014

With three members absent, the Arlington City Council gave initial approval to a new $25 fee for pet owners who drop off their pets at the city shelter.

Mansfield Methodist hospital now part of Mayo Clinic network

| |Thursday, Sep. 11, 2014

The Methodist Health System, which owns the Methodist Mansfield Medical Center and three Dallas-area hospitals, is the first healthcare organization in Texas to join the Mayo Clinic’s digital network.

Parker County cattle owner who shot dogs won’t be charged, sheriff says

| |Thursday, Sep. 11, 2014

The man was within his legal rights to kill the dogs that he thought were threatening his cattle, Sheriff Larry Fowler says.

Ohio man convicted of kidnapping, sexual assault of Haltom City teen

| |Thursday, Sep. 11, 2014

Stephan Cox, 27, faces a maximum sentence of 99 years in prison for kidnapping a middle school student when she was 14.

Years later, justice eludes family of Fort Worth murder victim

| |Thursday, Sep. 11, 2014

The family of Gloria Choice will hold a candlelight vigil Friday evening in honor of what would have been their mother’s 65th birthday.

Controversial historical racing has day in court

| |Saturday, Sep. 13, 2014

State Rep. Matt Krause asks local judge to put a stop to the new rule change; the Texas Attorney General’s office wants Krause’s case dismissed.

9-11 event in Grapevine honors flight crews

| |Thursday, Sep. 11, 2014

The victims were honored Thursday at the Day of Remembrance ceremony.

Former TCU professor, Masonic Home Mighty Mite dies

| |Saturday, Sep. 13, 2014

Miller Moseley, 92, worked on the Manhattan Project during World War II before returning to Fort Worth.

Mexican Independence Day Parade is Saturday in Fort Worth

Thursday, Sep. 11, 2014

Juanita Salinas has been involved in all 49 Mexican Independence Day parades in downtown, serving as its chair since 1992.

WFAA: FBI searching Kaufman suspect’s property

| |Thursday, Sep. 11, 2014

A law enforcement team is searching the property of Eric Williams, charged with killing Kaufman County prosecutors last year.

Hero Next Door: Kevin Kinley

| Thursday, Sep. 11, 2014

On Sept. 11, 2001, NYPD sergeant detective Kevin Kinley rushed toward the World Trade Center with his squad of detectives after the second plane hit the Twin Towers.

DFW area will see lows in the 50s Saturday morning

| |Friday, Sep. 12, 2014

North Texas is getting a serious shot of fall weather.

North Richland Hills police seek help finding bank robber

|Wednesday, Sep. 10, 2014

Police say he fled with an undisclosed amount of money, driving south on Davis Boulevardin a gray four-door car.