The Flying Axe Factory located on South Sylvania Street in Fort Worth might be the next place on your go-to list for weekend outings. Ryan Griffin, 25, a University of Texas in Arlington business major, is launching the business Sunday, March 4.
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Step inside the Flying Axe Factory in Fort Worth
'Do we jump off the wing?': Southwest Airlines passengers panic during emergency landing
Man shot to death near a church in southeast Fort Worth
Racing legend Johnny Rutherford had his famed race car 'baked' to perfection
After two failed pregnancies, a Fort Worth couple delivers triplets
At Pura Vida Sanctuary, the Afro roots in Latin dance come alive
More than 70 musical instruments found in stolen storage trailers. Are they yours?
Police officers in Fort Worth fatally shoot armed suspect
Suspect arrested in police officer-involved shooting in Fort Worth
Super Bowl LII: Can this crocodile get revenge against the New England Patriots with his Super Bowl pick?
Fatal crash in Saginaw involving an ATM leaves one person dead, another injured
She had a gun, a hatchet and a suicide note ready, but Fort Worth police saved her life
The yellow race car brought onto the stage at the Texas Motor Speedway's media day looked very familiar to racing fans in attendance, including three-time Indianapolis 500 winner Johnny Rutherford. It was a replica birthday cake version of his famed race car.
Authorities in Fort Worth are investigating a police-officer involved shooting on Wednesday, Feb 14. Police said the suspect, a white male, was the subject of a domestic disturbance involving a handgun at a local business before being shot by police.
Salty, the crocodile, at the Fort Worth Zoo has been benched for the past two years since he incorrectly picked the winner of Super Bowl XLIX. Now, he's back and ready to make his predictions for Super Bowl LII.
Between Jan. 1, 2016, and Dec. 31, 2017, the Fort Worth Police Department had patrol officers respond to 9,443 mental-health-related calls ranging from suicide attempts to drug overdoses. Now, a newly formed unit of seven crisis intervention officers is looking to reduce that number and save lives.
The Goodwill Industries of Fort Worth let us take a peek behind the curtain and follow a set of donations from the donors hands, through the shipping process and into the new owner's hands. Believe it or not your old things are doing a lot more than simply being sold.
Animal Control in the DeSoto area found a 15-foot Burmese python, which got us thinking, where else would exotic animals be found in the Dallas-Fort Worth area? Turns out, the Human Society of North Texas has everything from pythons to chinchillas to bats. (Although bats can't be adopted. Sorry.)