For Ron McCracken of Dallas, running is a part of his everyday routine—one he has maintained for more than a decade. He seems to be not entirely kidding when he calls it, “free therapy.” And the avid runner needs it now, more than ever.
After tragedy struck the Boston Marathon this week, security at other events — including this weekend’s Main Street Fort Worth Arts Festival — is at the top of everyone’s mind.
Runners all across DFW gathered Tuesday night to honor the victims of the Boston bombings.
Many North Texans who ran or watched the Boston Marathon are returning home, and one of them may have captured a very important video of the explosion and horror near the race’s finish line.
Monday’s bombings of the Boston Marathon raised questions about security for the upcoming dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Center on April 25.
A day after the Boston Marathon bombings, Martha Crevecoeur of North Dallas says the emotions of heartbreak and sadness are sinking in.
Long-distance marathoners in the DFW area, even those who did not know somebody in the Boston Marathon, were eager to support those who shared a common passion.
New School spoke with Demi Clark, a Boston Marathon runner who crossed the finish line at the moment the first of two bombs went off Monday, killing 3 and injuring over 170.
Following the devastating bombings Monday at the Boston Marathon, 105.3 The Fan’s New School discusses the potential of a similar act possibly happening in the DFW area.
A Keller family has a long, worry-filled afternoon waiting to hear from their son who was in the Boston Marathon.
The first Boston Marathon for North Texan Paul Hudson turned out to be a life-changing experience. Hudson crossed the finish line at 4 hours, 8 minutes and was less than 200 yards away from where the first bomb went off.
Reactions from teams and athletes to the Boston Marathon bombings.