Star-Telegram executive editor Steve Coffman and investigative reporter Sarah Smith discuss the new series, Spirit of Fear, about allegations of sexual abuse in independent fundamental Baptist churches.
A mother tells a swimming coach convicted of neglect that she has taken all of the memories that she could have cherished. The coach, Tracey Anne Boyd, was sentenced to three years probation and can never coach swimming again
World War II sailor Albert Kane and Marine Clarence Drumheiser were buried at Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery on Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. Both of their remains went unidentified for years until DNA analysis made identification possible.
Longtime KXAS/Channel 5 entertainment reporter Bobbie Wygant has been in the business for 70 years. She recently published a memoir, Talking to the Stars, detailing her career and the celebrities she's interviewed.
After a two year process, a 21-foot-tall KAWS sculpture has been installed at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. The bronze sculpture, titled "Clean Slate," overlooks the museum's pond and will be open to the public on Dec. 9, 2018.
U.S. Army veteran Joshua Ashby and family received the keys to their new mortgage-free home in north Fort Worth thanks to the Operation Finally Home and Pulte Group’s Built to Honor programs. Ashby served in Afghanistan.
A police chase through Fort Worth lasted for almost an hour Wednesday morning before the car was stopped on Jacksboro Highway at West Loop 820 just before 11 a.m. and the suspect arrested not long afterward.
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