There is an Easter activity for everyone in North Texas — from little children to teens and parents to grandparents. Grab your camera and a basket and let the hunt begin!
A pair of women from Richardson have returned to North Texas after a whirlwind three days at the White House Easter Egg Roll.
Today’s Easter service was an important one for those in West, Texas, who this week marked the one year anniversary of the explosion that rocked the town.
A church in Grapevine is getting ready for Easter by trying to set a world record for the largest portrait of Jesus Christ. It is being drawn in chalk in the church’s parking lot.
Social clubs are known for gathering to enjoy each other’s company. But members of several clubs in Tarrant County are planning a special day for children who do not always have a lot.
Dallas residents and Texans from across the metroplex celebrated the first day of spring at Klyde Warren Park Saturday.
Easter is just around the corner, and you might want to get your calendar out and start getting ready for some family fun. That’s just what’s waiting for you here in the DFW area.
Don Hart filed a lawsuit against the city of Dallas challenging his right to feed the homeless. Seven years later, a federal judge ruled the ordinance violated his religious freedom.
Easter is coming up in just a few days, and the SPCA wants to remind parents that rabbits, chicks and ducklings make fantastic presents… if they are made out of chocolate.
For many North Texas children Easter Sunday might consist of going to church and then grabbing a basket for an Easter egg hunt. Easter eggs have been around for thousands of years, with the tradition of coloring eggs beginning with ancient civilizations.
Easter brunch is a great way to celebrate with family and still have time to rest. If you’d rather have someone else do the cooking, there are plenty of places to try.
More and more people eat fish during Lent, leading up to Easter Sunday. But choosing the right fish can be quite the challenge.