2 hrs ago
Mansfield residents say they never received weather alerts from the city or got them too late
Last week's severe weather - which produced the deadliest tornado outbreak in Dallas-Fort Worth in 50 years - has also stirred questions in Mansfield about how the city notifies residents during emergencies.
6 hrs ago
Places to go
Tarrant County master gardeners Pat Higgins, Bill Vanderver and Nancy Curl will talk about canning, jelly making and no-cook pickles at the meeting of the Arlington Organic Garden Club at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Bob Duncan Center, 2800 S. Center St., Arlington.
Thu May 23, 2013
Dance Competition at UTA
Jocelyn Mandujano and Dennis Zavala from North Hi Mount Elementary School in Fort Worth dance the swing.
Dallas Morning News
Rep. Marc Veasey and members of the Congressional Black Caucus take...
Members of the Congressional Black Caucus on Wednesday asked Gov. Rick Perry to protect the congressional districts currently represented by black officials.
Teen found beaten to death in Fort Worth park was raising family, helping mother
A young father, he was raising his baby with his girlfriend. He also helped his mother, who is unable to work.
KFDX-TV Wichita Falls
Motorcycle Crash Victim Dies Overnight
A Wichita Falls man critically injured in a motorcycle crash late last week is dead.
Wed May 22, 2013
Storms brings surge of interest in home shelters
"We're doing maybe 120 to 130 calls a day," said Tim Arp with ArmourGuard , one of the larger shelter-makers in North Texas.
Geronimo S. Aguilar
The District Attorney's Office in Tarrant County, Texas has formally charged Geronimo Scott Aguilar, 43, with two cases of aggravated sexual assault of a child under 14.
Bill to require drug tests for Texans on welfare derailed
A North Texan's plan to require drug tests for Texans on welfare was talked to death by Democrats this week, creating a near meltdown in the House of Representatives as dozens of bills died in its wake.
Woman dies after being struck by car while crossing Arlington street
ARLINGTON A woman trying to cross an Arlington street was hit and killed by a car Tuesday night, police said.
Texas investigators meet to discuss Pastor G
Police in Fort Worth, Texas plan to meet Tuesday afternoon to discuss the case involving Richmond Pastor Geronimo Scott Aguilar.
Times Record News
Patsy Sue Ridenour Taylor
Patsy Sue Ridenour Taylor, also known as "Casino Sue," passed away April 11, 2013, from a tragic highway accident.
Tue May 21, 2013
Retired pathologist believes in cancer society
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.
Bill to allow Blue Mound to take control of troubled system moves forward
A bill that would allow the city of Blue Mound to take over a troubled, privately-owned water system cleared a major hurdle Tuesday during the final days of the legislative session.
One North Texas Officer Says Ticket Quotas Do Exista And It May Be A Ticket To A Trophy
The sound of the siren. The lights in your mirror. You know the feeling a and you know what's next.
Water restrictions set to return June 3
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.
Fort Worth surgeon named president of Texas Medical Association
Fort Worth orthopedic surgeon Stephen Brotherton is the new president of the Texas Medical Association, the group announced at its annual meeting in San Antonio.
The Dallas Morning News Hires Veteran Watchdog Consumer Columnist Dave Lieber
Known largely for his twice weekly 'Watchdog' column in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram for the past 20 years , he will bring his brand of investigative energy and what he has dubbed "Watchdog Nation common sense" to a twice-a-week column, "The Watchdog." "Dave has one of the most trusted voices in North Texas and our newsroom is honored to have him ... (more)
Mon May 20, 2013
Poor population in DFW suburbs has risen 111 percent since 2000
The poor population in Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington suburbs has risen 111 percent increase from 2000 to 2011, according to a new Brookings Institution book that shows that poverty is rapidly shifting from the nation's inner cities to suburbia.
Recount shows Pelican Bay council candidates are still tied
Pelican Bay voters will have to make another trip to the polls next month after a recount still showed a tie vote in the Place 4 City Council race.