Safety On The Minds Of Ride Operators At State FairRecent injuries and even deaths have added real fear to the thrill of amusement park rides.
Cell Phone Thefts A Growing TrendPolice say it’s a growing trend and easy for people to steal cell phones and turn around and sell them.
I-Team: Parking Headaches Continue At VACars are crammed into every space, and space outside of spaces. Some veterans, like Sam Watkins, factor an extra half hour into a trip now to find parking in the neighborhood and walk in.
Southwest Airlines Leave North Texans Stranded In Punta CanaThey had showed up for a return flight to the U.S. on Sunday September 25th only for it to be cancelled. The next day it happened again.
Historic West End Building Gets New Lease On LifeThe building dates back to 1903, when the Brown Cracker and Candy company opened its factory and people got around in a horse and wagon.
Neighbor Saves Neighbor's Life By Donating Part Of Her LiverStruggling with a rare auto-immune disease for years and in desperate need of a liver transplant from a living donor, Linda Duckworth finally received one from her neighbor.
Children Of Murder Victim Wish Suspect Got To Know Their DadIn many ways, Welton Betts was what many would call a typical Texan: he loved God, his family, hard work, the Cowboys, and his pickup truck.
Big 12 Brings Campus Violence Issue To DallasThe Big 12 Conference today went on the offense about rising concerns regarding college sex assaults involving athletes.
Craft Breweries Keep Opening Despite Dip In SalesSales growth for craft beers dipped out of double digits for the first time in 6 years, according to the Brewers Association.
I-Team: Beware of Latest IRS ScamThe fake forms are emailed, even though the IRS would never contact you electronically.
Horse'n Around: Photo Shows FWPD Mounted Patrol AT ATMMuch to the amusement of their followers, the Fort Worth Police Department today posted an image of a one of its Mounted Patrol officers and his horse at an ATM machine
World's Largest Flag Pull Record Set In North TexasA 2017 Silverado HD powered by a new version of the Duramax 6.6L V-8 turbo-diesel engine pulled a 3,200 square foot American flag and Texas state flag.