The 110-year-old Palace Theater lightbulb in the Stockyards Museum, the Top O’Hill Terrace gambling casino, the sci-fi Water Gardens and statues of J.R. Ewing and Peter Pan are among Fort Worth-area tour stops.
Nine people who were part of a demonstration outside the Dallas Cowboys football game protesting the shooting of Botham Jean by Dallas police officer Amber Guyger were released from jail in Tarrant County, Texas.
In the Sack, a sandwich shop with gourmet wines and liquors known for free delivery, says on Twitter that it will close on Sept. 22, just shy of its 1st anniversary in downtown Fort Worth. A Dallas store remains open.
Authorities had to cut shoelaces tied around the necks of babies and toddlers to set them free from car seats, which they were in for at least seven hours. Police shut down the daycare, which is in Mesquite, on Friday.
Even as summer hangs on in North Texas, allergies are starting to make people suffer. Ragweed, tree pollen and even change in baromtetric pressure have left some feeling miserable in Fort Worth-Dallas area.
While TCU football players practiced last week, police say, someone stole thousands of dollars worth of electronics from their locker room. The suspect is also a person of interest in a similar theft at SMU.
Blake Shelton will play a free ‘pop-up’ concert Thursday at Billy Bob’s. But even though it’s free, you’ll need a wristband to enter. Here’s when and where to start lining up, when the doors open, and more.