University of North Texas student Brandon Nowell had hoped to work alongside his father in the family’s balloon art business, but since Wes died in a car accident in 2016, Brandon has been carrying on the legacy.
Tarrant County regional dispatch center NETCOM 911, which serves about 100,000 people, was recently honored as one of the five best across the nation with the National Public Safety Communications Accreditation.
The city of Keller Public Arts program is rotating five new sculptures in Old Town. The artwork is rotated on an annual basis, with more being changed out in 2019, and these five staying up until 2020.
The drowning death of Chase Dennis, a star athlete who graduated from Timber Creek High School in Keller, drew together a group of friends, teachers and athletes to celebrate his life. Coach Timothy Thomas reflects on the power of sports to create communities and values that last a lifetime.
A promising student-athlete, 20-year-old Chase Dennis from Keller, died while swimming with friends after his community college graduation in Coffeyville, Kansas, on May 12. Family and coaches say he could have made the Olympics.
Nearly 28,000 Tarrant County voters cast their ballots during early voting, but those that didn't will head to the polls Saturday, May 5. Several municipal and school board seats, as are how to spend tax dollars.
The book chronicles the unlikely journey of opera singer Ryan Speedo Green from solitary confinement to stardom and the family, teachers and complex realities of race in America that impacted him along the way. It's an expansion of a profile piece Bergner wrote for the New York Times Magazine.
Tarrant County voters are among those May 5 who will weigh in on whether to remove elected officials or deny agreements approved by city leaders. Recall elections have become more common through the years.