Eyes on Arlington: Hometown Holidays to include festival, parade and home tour
The thrill of shooting down an ice slide, or seeing an amazing penguin show, or dangling in a claw to pluck a toy, and visiting an adorable petting zoo, plus … Click to Continue »
Convention and visitors bureaus reach sales, marketing partnership
When it comes to local multimillion-dollar convention and tourism business, the city limits between Fort Worth and Arlington has blurred some. In August, the respective heads of the Fort Worth … Click to Continue »
Free Pet Adoptions In Fort Worth
Home for the Pawlidayz goes from November 25-28 at three locations.
The best Texas hotels for a magical holiday getaway
The holidays are coming — and so is the family. Little kids want some Santa magic, older ones need fun and excitement, the grown-ups want to relax and enjoy it all, and no one wants to work hard making all that happen. Solution: Take the…
Dallas County Issues Mumps Health Advisory
The exposure to mumps likely occurred during a Halloween party on October 29 in the 75219 zip code.
Mark Cuban reportedly meets with Trump strategist Steve Bannon
Mark Cuban, an outspoken critic of President-elect Donald Trump, met with Steve Bannon, Trump’s controversial selection as his future chief strategist and senior counsel. TMZ spotted the pair Tuesday night … Click to Continue »
How To Play The Perfect Thanksgiving Day Football Game
Your guide to a fun, competitive “Turkey Bowl” football game with friends or family.
Key Oklahoma Teams In Big 12’s Best Rivalries
Oklahoma and Oklahoma State will end the regular season with Bedlam for the Big 12 title. The Sooners already won their other big rivalry game this year.
Fort Worth waives pet adoption fees for Thanksgiving weekend
The City of Fort Worth is waiving pet adoption fees for the Thanksgiving weekend, starting Thursday through Sunday. The Best Friends Animal Society and Zappos.com are sponsoring the costs, said … Click to Continue »
Eagles, Tigers shaping up in non-district
To prove what a tough district 14-5A was in 2015-2016, the Mansfield Lake Ridge boys basketball team entered the postseason as the fourth seed, yet advanced all the way to … Click to Continue »
Wolves expecting to at least replicate success of 2015-16
The Mansfield Timberview boys basketball team had a very strong season in 2015-2016, and coach Duane Gregory said he and his players are hoping to pick up right where they … Click to Continue »
Panthers forced to plan on not having standout
Coming off a 1,400-yard debut in 2015, the ceiling for the Colleyville Heritage football team’s junior wide receiver Ke’Von Ahmad seemed as high as anyone thought it could be in … Click to Continue »
Teams make adjustments in non-district play
The 2016-2017 girls high school basketball season is through its first two weeks. Colleyville Heritage, Grapevine and Carroll are all in positions where they are still learning about themselves and … Click to Continue »
Great-grandmother appreciates help from Goodfellow Fund
Daisy Mae picked up her great-granddaughter on Christmas Day 2008. She is raising the child, who is almost 8, by herself. “Ain’t nobody in the picture but me,” said the … Click to Continue »
Grapevine nose guard leverages skill, size into success
The new catchword used by football coaches and players is “leverage.” In baseball, batters have count leverage if they’re ahead in it. In basketball, centers have leverage because they can … Click to Continue »
Highlight-reel catch exemplifies Texans receiver’s development
To describe the catch probably wouldn’t do it any justice. Gavin Holmes of the Justin Northwest football team said he was doing his job. That’s what game-changers do. In the … Click to Continue »
U.S. Abortion Rate Falls To Lowest Level In Decades
The number and rate of abortions tallied by federal authorities have fallen to their lowest level in decades, according to new data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday.
Zemeckis Hopes Glamour Will Draw “Allied” Audience
In a world of franchises, reboots and comic book films, the original espionage thriller “Allied” is a comparatively bold gamble for a studio. It’s glamorous, serious and classically made.
NHTSA Wants Phone Makers To Lock Apps For Drivers
The government wants smartphone makers to lock out most apps when the phone is being used by someone who is driving a car. The voluntary guidelines unveiled Wednesday are designed to reduce crashes caused by distracted drivers.