17 hrs ago
Federal agents join Southlake shooting investigation
Before Wednesday's fatal shooting at Southlake Town Square, the last homicide in Southlake was on July 5, 1999, when a North Carolina doctor shot and killed his ex-wife was she jogged in the affluent Timber Lake subdivision.
Tue May 21, 2013
Dimon's victory still center of chairman-CEO debate
JPMorgan Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon may learn Tuesday the results of a shareholder advisory vote on whether he should keep both titles.
Hays Daily News
David and Ruth Wright, Plainview, Texas, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Emily Wright, to Blake Zimmerman, son of Troy and Heather Zimmerman, Owasso, Okla.
Sat May 18, 2013
Forest Park a dieta
It was not built as a residential street but as a thoroughfare to connect the city of Fort Worth to the newly established Texas Christian University.
After 18 years, Boehm's last Keystone graduation is today
Keystone college Edward G. Boehm Jr., Ed.D., who makes a point of being able to address every Keystone College student by name, joins a game of whiffle ball on campus.
Thu May 16, 2013
All Saints' Episcopal unveils new program for high school students
All Saints' Episcopal School is launching a new program designed to better equip their top high school students for higher education and global citizenship.
Tue May 14, 2013
St. Petersburg Times
Holy Names golfer commits to TCU
Holy Names golfer Emmy Martin has committed to Texas Christian University and received a full scholarship, athletic director Kevin Vargas said Tuesday in an email.
Frogs O' War
TCU FY2012: The Finances of Texas Christian University
For fiscal year 2011-2012, TCU lost $4.1 million , while also seeing its net assets drop about $90 million from the previous year.
Thu May 09, 2013
The Indianapolis Star
Tennis: Ex-North Central standout Nick Chappell gets All-Big 12 honors
Texas Christian University sophomore Nick Chappell, a 2008 state singles champion from North Central High School, earned All-Big 12 conference in singles and doubles.
North Carolina Department of Cultural...
Lecture Blends Southern Food with African American Culture
The Tryon Palace African American Lecture Series continues on Thursday, May 16, with " Shaping a Culture: African American Cooks and the Making of Southern Food ." Conducted in Cullman Performance Hall by Dr.
Cape Cod Times
If calorie counts won't deter people from overeating, maybe the threat of exercise will.
Wed May 08, 2013
Glenwood Springs Post-Independent
Literacy Outreach announces board of directors for 2013
Steve Carter, a real estate broker from ReMax Country, will help fundraise for the organization, and Maddie Nieslanick joins as the student liaison from Roaring Fork High School.
Mon May 06, 2013
Marshall Harris Wins 2013 Hunting Art Prize
Hunting PLC announced that "Round Up" B.F. Smith & Son Saddlery Circa 1940-1942 by Fort Worth artist Marshall Harris is the winner of the $50,000 Hunting Art Prize for 2013.
Sun May 05, 2013
Detroit Free Press
Study: Knowing time needed to walk off calories may curb appetite
Menus that show how much exercise will be needed to burn off the calories in meals may help reduce how much people eat, researchers report.
Fri May 03, 2013
Big Twelve Provosts Meet At K-State
Kansas State University will host provosts from Big 12 universities starting Sunday.
Thu May 02, 2013
The Buckingham Post
Study Finds That Participants Cut Amount of Calories After Being Made Aware of Exercise Needed
A study of approximately 300 participants conducted at Texas Christian University , has found that when individuals ordered from a menu that displayed the amount of exercise that would be needed to burn the calories after consumption, they ordered and ate fewer calories than those who ordered from a not-so-detailed menu.
DU's Daniels College dean takes provost job at University of Kentucky
Christine Riordan, the dean of the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver, has been named provost at the University of Kentucky, according to the school.
Wed May 01, 2013
Fort Worth Neighborhood Making Noise Over Egrets
Residents in Fort Worth's Tanglewood neighborhood, just west of Texas Christian University, have been working to scare off the protected birds for weeks, but they had to call in the city for extra help this week.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
American Shale Gas: World Energy Market Game Changer
The climate is changing. Coal will one day be used up. We want to live in a clean environment.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
The Las Vegas Sun
Authorities: Pickens' grandson died of heroin use
Authorities say the grandson of billionaire T. Boone Pickens died of heroin intoxication after an evening of drug use at a friend's apartment.