The rain in Fort Worth isn’t keeping people from the Stock Show & Rodeo, where students will compete in steer and barrow competitions starting Thursday.
Everywhere he looks at the Winter X Games, snowmobiler Colten Moore sees little reminders of his older brother.
Bakery owners and sisters Sonjii Jones and Anyatta Nicole Ward have a few things in common on their resumes. They both graduated from Trimble Tech, they both own and work at Sinsational Cakes in NRH and they just won “Cupcake Wars.”
Today the Fort Worth Area Special Olympics Spring Games kicked off at the University of Texas at Arlington. More than 1,200 children and adults with disabilities are expected to compete.
A lot of cups were flipping at the House of Blues last night for the TGI Friday’s World Bartender Championship. The top winner was Hiroyuki Yamada of Japan.
With the right words, one Fort Worth high school senior will win a brand new car. Everyday a shiny new 2013 Honda Civic sits on campus and steals the attention of students at Western Hills High School.
A new retail website proclaims that it is “the mythbuster of shopping,” using technology and predictions to make hard decisions simple.
Pitmasters from Oklahoma and Texas rolled into downtown Dallas with their smokers and secret recipes and began cooking pork ribs for Round One of the 2012 Texas Oklahoma Red River Barbecue Shootout.
A University of North Texas student is in New York City preparing to compete in the fifth annual LG U.S. National Texting Championship. Sarah Wood is one of just 12 other “texters” competing.