For a lot of us, it’s a holiday tradition: Get in the car, dim the headlights, drive slow and ooh and ahh at elaborate light shows, in neighborhoods, parks and raceways. And then there’s that chocolate tour ...
The Parade of Lights is at 6 p.m. Sunday in downtown Fort Worth. More than 10,000 people are expected to attend. So here’s a few tips on transportation and street closures to keep you in the spirit. (Updated)
A Haltom City, TX, family dreams of being reunited one day, but it won’t be in time for Mother’s Day 2018. Daughter Jessica Ramirez of Haltom City tells the story of her parents’ run-in with ICE authorities in Arizona.
The Fort Worth debuted its African Savanna exhibit on Thursday that provides a new home to giraffes, rhinos and hippos. It's the first of four new phases at the zoo that will be built over the next six years.
Here are options in the Dallas-Fort Worth area that may alleviate that teenager angst. The birthday celebration venues include Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, Pinstack, Epic Waters, Six Flags Over Texas and Medieval Times.
Updated: Check out March 17 festivities, from Cowtown Goes Green to the Dallas St. Patrick's Day Parade to the St. Paddy's Pickle Parade. And there will be lots of bagpipes, Irish food and beer, and bands, too.
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.
A baby boy, born at just 22 weeks, was discharged from the neonatal intensive care unit at USA Children’s & Women’s Hospital in Mobile, Alabama on Aug. 21. Video shows 5-month-old Cullen Potter “graduating” from the NICU after 160 days in hospital.