The CDC confirmed that Fort Worth doctor Kent Brantly, who was infected with the Ebola virus while working in West Africa, is showing strong signs of improvement.
General Motors Financial Company Inc. has purchased a facility in Arlington to expand its operations center campus there and accommodate 800 to 900 employees.
A man arrested for public intoxication, who admitted to smoking meth, died in police custody in Fort Worth early Friday morning.
A Texas man has pleaded guilty to seeking revenge on his ex-girlfriend by emailing out videos of them having sex.
Anyone planning to use Interstate-35W in north Fort Worth this weekend should consider finding an alternate route. The highway will be closed for a bridge demolition.
A retrofitted private jet is making its way to the United States on Friday with one of the two Americans who have been infected with the Ebola virus in West Africa.
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AT&T announced that it will bring faster internet service to San Antonio. The company currently offers faster speeds in Austin and has committed to bring faster speeds to DFW.
Four students from Baylor University were heading to Louisiana on Tuesday when they were involved in a car crash. Two of the students died. The other two students were injured.
Amber Brantly says in a statement Tuesday that her husband Kent “remains very physically weak” but they “believe God will deliver” him from the deadly virus.
In August, 1917 Fort Worth became home to an army training camp. It was an outpost of tents, trenches and training fields spanning more than 2,000 acres.
The North Texas Tollway Authority opened a direct-connector ramp from northbound Chisholm Trail Parkway to eastbound I-20 earlier Saturday.