Weekend construction on the eastbound lanes of Western Center Boulevard at I-35W could cause traffic delays.
A section of Precinct Line Road in Hurst will be closed from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. each day beginning on Sunday, Jan. 26 and ending Wednesday, Jan. 29.
A well-known Fort Worth hospital is thinking outside the box as it expands. Everything began with a sketch and now hundreds of young patients are involved.
Relatives of a demolition worker who died after a four-story fall at Texas A&M’s under-renovation football stadium have sued a construction company.
North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA) crews are working non-stop on a drainage system along Interstate-30 in Fort Worth. Part of the interstate near the Chisholm Trail Parkway construction zone was covered in water after this past weekend’s downpour.
The construction contractor announced back in August that the DFW Connector project at the north end of DFW Airport was finished. That announcement has led many drivers to wonder why there have still been backups and detours
Websites dedicated to the LBJ Express project explain to drivers how they can navigate the new TEXpress lanes coming to 635.
Orange barrels have taken over part of I-30 near University Drive in Fort Worth. The Chisholm Trail Parkway project is the latest hot spot, but some drivers say the curvy road and detours are confusing and dangerous.
Heavy rains overnight Thursday into Friday played havoc with drivers along the LBJ Freeway in North Dallas. Standing water near Marsh Lane forced drivers into just one lane because of debris clogging the drains at some concrete barriers.
They call it Lake Bacon. Even if it hasn’t rained, residents on Bacon Drive in North Fort Worth know that every day, every week, every month, if they go out their cars are going to get wet.
West ISD has spent the past weeks scrambling to provide classroom space to replace the three schools damaged in April’s chemical plant explosion. And now, a sprawling maze of tan portable buildings surrounds the damaged frame of the old intermediate school.
Fort Worth’s school board decided to put nearly half a billion dollars worth of projects on a ballot in November. Voters will have several choices to make — not only about how much they’ll spend but what they’ll spend it on.