Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Unspoiled nature vistas are becoming hard to come by in the tumult of the highly urbanized settings of the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
A friend of the dead grandson of T. Boone Pickens has been arrested for tampering with evidence in connection to his January 29 death.
A Fort Worth jury has convicted a 43-year-old man of brutally raping and murdering a mentally challenged woman who had been homeless for years.
An unwelcome visitor at a North Texas jail – 5-foot-long rat snake – has been freed by a reptile-friendly deputy.
Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price has wrapped up her first full season of “rolling town halls,” bike rides designed to encourage fitness that have also resulted in lots of interaction with the public on city issues.
The Fort Worth Press. The Dallas Times Herald. KRLD-TV and WBAP-TV. Take a quick look back at the history of the many media outlets found across North Texas.
The driver of a tractor trailer rig carrying grass pallets is hospitalized with life-threatening injuries after an Amtrak train slammed into the truck’s cab at a private crossing in far western Arlington.
A kids-in-diapers fetish for one former employee of the Dallas Independent School District has landed him a prison sentence of more than 11 years.
A 911 dispatcher should get her job back despite violating city policies the night a gunman killed an Arlington police officer, another woman and himself, an arbitrator has ruled.
A Southlake dad who felt the wrath of the Internet after publicly – and cleverly – punishing his daughter took to the pages of the Fort Worth Star Telegram to defend his actions.
The front office lineup of the Texas Rangers may be changing more than the on-the field personnel this season. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram is reporting Sports Attorney Chuck Greenberg could be resigning soon as the Rangers CEO.