Uncommon Grounds: AvocaAll of AVOCA's coffee is artisan micro-roasted—perfected through detailed work, method and obsession.
Check Out Fort Worth's "Up" House!Nina and Doug Dillmann live on College Avenue, and have turned their home into a real life “Up” house similar to the one in the 2009 Disney movie “Up.”
Tasha’s KRLD To Do List September 22-25, 2016Food, fun and live music is everywhere across North Texas this weekend. See what's happening in the KRLD 'To Do' list.
Man Who Tried To Meet Minor For Sex Gets 10 YearsA 48-year-old man was sentenced to 10 years after he was arrested for trying to meet a 13-year-old for sex.
Paramedics Describe Responding To Suicide Call Under FireMedStar crews begin each shift checking their medical apparatus and supplies, preparing for every possible medical situation.
McConaughey Hanging Out In North TexasAbout 60 students from Fort Worth, Dallas and Arlington took part in various field activities and visited with McConaughey at the Texas Rangers Youth Ballpark.
Fort Worth Pet Adoption Center BurglarizedAn animal nonprofit in Fort Worth is asking for help with finding a pair of burglars. Two men broke into Animal Hope Pet Adoptions along South Hulen Street on Tuesday morning.
$2.2 Mil Westover Hills Home Destroyed By Fire OvernightA $2.2 million mansion burned to the ground overnight in Westover Hills. It was the second fire at the home in just 24 hours.
Teens Arrested After Chase Through 2 Counties Ends With CrashA police chase starts in Wise County and ends in a violent crash in north Fort Worth.
Animal Shelter Shares Video Of Break-In On FacebookStaffers at an animal shelter in Fort Worth are hoping surveillance video will help identify two men who broke into their location on South Hulen Street and stole a few hundred dollars worth of electronics.
Funding For Fort Worth Seniors Comes Up ShortOut of a new 1.7-billion-dollar budget approved by the city, only an extra $40,000 are set to go into the 13 senior citizen centers across Fort Worth.
Active Shooter Classes In Fort Worth Very PopularThere were teachers, office administrators, security instructors and others in the free-to-the-public active shooter course.

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