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Head lifeguard Carson Reid helps Lee Caywood paint the "No Diving" signs at Forest Park Pool on Monday, May 20, 2013.
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Jose Canseco is apparently having second thoughts about his decision this morning to publicly announce that he's being accused of rape.
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Parker County rescue workers say they went to William Joseph McCue's house Sunday evening to warn him about a nearby grass and structure fire that was threatening to burn down his house.
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Arlington voters will weigh in this November on whether to allow the sale of wine permanently at Rangers Ballpark.
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ARLINGTON _ A Fort Worth man suspected in two sexual assaults was in custody on Wednesday and detectives were trying to determine if more women may have been victims, police said.
Dr. Margie Peschel charts her professional career along the time line of the American Cancer Society's century-long campaign against one of the most devastating diseases on earth.
The city is considering withdrawing "extended leave" pay for a police officer who remains paralyzed after being shot on the job more than 10 years ago, a move that would effectively force her into medical retirement and pare what she makes today, the officer and the president of the Fort Worth Police Officers Association said Tuesday.
Several schools around North Texas have decided to close early on Tuesday due to reports of severe weather arriving in the area later in the afternoon.
Two warrants had been issued for Aguilar's arrest earlier in the week. told 8News that Aguilar surrendered without incident to the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force at his Richmond home, at about 4:00 p.m. Tuesday.
Ruby Cole Session of Fort Worth, the mother of wrongly convicted inmate Timothy Brian Cole, was honored on the floor of the Texas Senate on Tuesday for her achievements as an educator, criminal justice reformer and a "fierce champion of the wrongly accused." The Senate resolution, introduced by Sen.
There was no better place to be Saturday night than on a hill in Fort Worth, watching the dust whip behind The Walkmen while the sun set over the skyline.
Mayor Betsy Price and seven council members were sworn into new two-year terms Tuesday, thanking constituents, family, city staff and aides and promising to continue to confront the city's tough budget issues and infrastructure needs.
The Tarrant Regional Water District announced Tuesday that twice-a-week outdoor watering restrictions will go into effect June 3 for almost all of Tarrant County.
About 9.5 million people remained under the threat of more "large and devastating" tornadoes Tuesday as the storm system that devastated the suburbs of Oklahoma City moved east, forecasters warned.
All year: "Preserve the Pensions," presented by the Federation of Genealogical Societies, the National Archives, and the genealogical community, to digitize War of 1812 pension files through 2015.
Fort Worth's getting ready to open two pools Saturday - the brand new Marine Park Pool on the North Side and the repaired, historic Forest Park Pool on the Near South Side.
A Granbury woman and her 1-year-old daughter survived Wednesday night's devastating tornado with scratches and bruises.