A rash of drownings has The City of Fort Worth teaming with charities, the YMCA and Cook Children’s to stem the tide.
A greenhouse restored to teach science is now teaching the students about obstacles in life. Many students are planning on returning to restore the greenhouse one more time.
The story of Jason Watts and his two boys is the story of a crowded Lake Arlington Friday.
A Fort Worth’s YMCA aquatics specialist shared some advice for anyone who will be near a pool this holiday season.
The looming rain from a developing gulf storm could play a critical role to the parks and businesses around Joe Pool Lake.
The 17-year-old who is one of two people plucked by a helicopter from the roof of a pick up truck surrounded by rushing flood water declined requests for on-camera interviews, choosing instead to let his tweets tell the story.
For the first time, the public is able to hear audio from inside the so-called American Sniper murder trial.
During Monday’s testimony, jurors saw Eddie Routh’s confession on the night of the killings, and heard him admit he knew what he did was wrong.
Disparaging remarks during a congressional committee meeting are drawing the ire of many Texans tonight.
The NYSE has suspended trading RadioShack stock and was preparing to delist it as rumors of a major sell off for the electronic company loomed.
Kaitlynn Curtner is a musically gifted Haslet teen with a collection of guitars and a voice as good as any recording artist.
Cleburne firefighters say a paralyzed, retired Marine accidentally set himself on fire with a cigarette and died in the blaze despite his elderly mother’s best attempts to save him.