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O’Neal gets to keep his ‘Angel,’ settling suit over Warhol portrait

| |Monday, Jun. 09, 2014

Ryan O’Neal finally has Farrah Fawcett for keeps.

Fort Worth Diocese announces interim principal for Nolan

| |Friday, Jun. 06, 2014

A interim principal was announced Friday as Nolan Catholic High School prepares for changes.

UNT chief says he didn’t know extent of trouble when he took job

| |Friday, Jun. 06, 2014

The University of North Texas is proposing 2 to 3 percent budget cuts to start making up for years of mismanagement.

Prime Prep Academy faces another lawsuit

| |Wednesday, Jun. 04, 2014

The academy reached an out-of-court settlement in another lawsuit.

Fort Worth schools deputy superintendent resigns

|Wednesday, Jun. 04, 2014

The resignation was announced today in a news release.

Arlington to hire 18 school counselors, some trustees want more

| |Wednesday, Jun. 04, 2014

“I think we all feel we still need more,” trustee Aaron Reich said of new counselor positions.

Keller school board to address anti-Muslim comments

| |Tuesday, Jun. 03, 2014

School board members will meet Monday to discuss what they can do about the controversial remarks made by Trustee Jo Lynn Haussmann.

Dansby resigns as Fort Worth school superintendent

| |Tuesday, Jun. 03, 2014

Fort Worth school board votes 6-3 to accept his resignation after two years at the helm. His last day is June 9.

Arlington school district uses grant to distribute books for summer reading

|Monday, Jun. 02, 2014

The Arlington school district sent kids home last week with 36,453 bundles of books for them to read over the summer.

Fort Worth trustees call special meeting on Dansby’s contract

Saturday, May. 31, 2014

The brief agenda for Monday’s meeting on the superintendent was posted on the Fort Worth school district’s website.

Fort Worth garden grows lessons for life

| |Friday, May. 30, 2014

The spud count came up short at George C. Clarke Elementary, but the benefits are beyond estimate.

High school grads have more options than ever this year

| |Monday, Jun. 02, 2014

Career and technology programs offer high school students expertise that strengthens both resumes and college applications.

Spelling bee co-champ: ‘It’s quite unbelievable’

| |Friday, May. 30, 2014

Fort Worth teen spent Friday talking about his co-championship in the National Spelling Bee.

Fort Worth teen is co-champion of National Spelling Bee

| |Friday, May. 30, 2014

Ansun Sujoe, 13, ties with Sriram Hathwar of New York to become the first co-champions at the bee since 1962.

College-sponsored National Merit Scholarship winners announced

| |Thursday, May. 29, 2014

Thirty-three area students have won National Merit scholarships financed by U.S. colleges and universities.

UTA professor laundered “drug money” police say

| |Friday, May. 30, 2014

The associate communications professor and his wife were arrested last week as a part of an investigation into money laundering, Denton police said.

Fort Worth close to unveiling nonprofit foundation

| |Tuesday, May. 27, 2014

Foundation is expected to support Fort Worth school district’s educational programs.

UT Arlington expands automatic admission to Grand Prairie, Mansfield

| |Wednesday, May. 28, 2014

Students in the top 25 percent of their class in Grand Prairie and the top 20 percent in Mansfield will automatically be admitted to the university.

Architects will soon get to work on Arlington schools

| |Tuesday, May. 27, 2014

The Arlington school district is preparing to roll out the first phase of its massive bond package.

Arrest affidavits: UT Arlington professor transferred cash to Nigeria from pharmacy acting as “pill hub”

| |Thursday, May. 29, 2014

Eronini Megwa, is an associate professor of communications at UTA.