A year later, the healing continues in West

West explosion widow

Joyce Marshall / Star-Telegram

Much has changed in the year since the West fertilizer plant exploded, killing 15 and scarring the town.

Social Eyes: Art in the Square celebrates 15th year

The festival opens next weekend at Southlake Town Square.

In Fort Worth, celebrating 70 ‘dog years’ of fun

Fort Woof Dog Park is having its 10th-birthday party Saturday.

Fort Worth City Council candidates differ little on issues

The candidates have less than two weeks until early voting starts.

A baby girl brings joy to a widow of West explosion

Becky Calvin was pregnant when her husband, Perry Calvin, was killed while responding to the fire at the West Fertilizer plant.

Four Tarrant County organizations receive NEA grants

In all, the National Endowment for the Arts announced grant awards totaling $74.85 million for the second half of the fiscal year.

Judge orders Prime Prep and Fort Worth church into mediation

Prime Prep also is being sued for almost $85,000 over a bill for renovations.

Homeless man’s death in Fort Worth ruled a homicide

Police believe the 55-year-old man lost consciousness Sunday night after an assault earlier that day.

Fort Woof

Fort Woof

Fort Worth's dog park marks a decade in operation.

Mariners Rangers 4.16.14

Mariners Rangers 4.16.14

Rangers win 3-2 on Leonys Martin walk-off

Chalk Jesus in Grapevine

Chalk Jesus in Grapevine

Fellowship Church creates drawing in parking lot

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