Free Festival Coming To Sundance SquarePlaza Palooza is set for June 2 and 3. It includes live music and 3D street painting.
Grant Completes Funding For Fort Worth To DFW Airport TEX RailThe final hurdle for the TEX Rail project connecting downtown Fort Worth to Dallas Fort Worth International Airport has cleared.
Road Construction On Henderson Has An Uncertain DeadlineThe delays have left some businesses stranded behind construction barriers and huge mounds of construction material.
Welcome To Texas: History Of Sundance SquareA photograph of a gang of bank and train robbers called the "Wild Bunch" has everything to do with how Sundance Square, in downtown Fort Worth, got its name.
Panther Island District To Double Size Of Downtown Fort WorthCity leaders have cleared the way to move forward with the Panther Island District that will bring a river walk and an urban lake to the city's urban core.
Downtown Fort Worth Apartments Reopen After 2010 Bed Bug InfestationHunter Plaza will consist of 164 units. 55 apartments will be public housing and workforce housing. The remaining apartments will rent at market value.
Picking Your New Year's Resolution Out Of A BasketKen Molestina hit the streets with a camera and a basket full of resolutions to hand out.
Accused Fort Worth Bank Robber, Kidnapper Speaks From JailThe man accused of robbing a downtown bank in the middle of the day and later kidnapping his ex-girlfriend says he wasn't in his right mind.
Council Hopes Rezoning Will Breathe Life Into Fort Worth StockyardsThe Fort Worth City Council voted to change zoning around the historic Stockyards to permit mixed-use development.
Leaders See New Tourism Lure -- Convention Center Reno PlansMaking Fort Worth more of a tourist destination – it’s something the city wants to do, but how? One plan starts downtown at the Fort Worth Convention Center. City leaders are now getting their first look at what it would take to make that happen.
Sundance Plaza Finishes On Time, Opens To CrowdsFort Worth's unveiling of Sundance Plaza followed a frenzied, around the clock construction effort to finish on deadline.
Pianist Overcomes Odds To Compete In Van Cliburn Competition Alex McDonald of Plano is still recovering from competing in the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition earlier this month. McDonald, who holds a PhD from Julliard, admits that experience was exhausting but, exhilarating as well.