Have you ever heard of a Loose Livestock Alert? Well, some Texas college students now have!
A followup on the story of a Facebook picture showing two dead dogs, apparently killed by a North Texas volunteer firefighter. A friend had said the man was protecting his livestock, but investigators now say that’s not true.
Benjamin is by all accounts a typical indoor pet with one obvious exception.
A North Texas firefighter’s social media post goes viral, but not necessarily in a good way. The man posted a picture of two dead dogs. The caption said he killed the animals after warning his neighbor to keep them off his property.
A long-standing Fort Worth tradition returns to Cowtown on Friday as the Stock Show & Rodeo kicks off at the Will Rogers Memorial Center.
Authorities have recaptured a nearly 1,000-pound steer that briefly escaped captivity at the State Fair of Texas and led city police on a chase amid fairgoers.
A man in Parker County shot and killed two dogs who entered his property and threatened his livestock, according to authorities.
An overturned cattle truck created a traffic mess near downtown Fort Worth on Wednesday morning, as authorities worked to rescue the trapped livestock and lead them to safety.
The rain in Fort Worth isn’t keeping people from the Stock Show & Rodeo, where students will compete in steer and barrow competitions starting Thursday.
If you watched the Fort Worth Stock Show parade Saturday morning, you might have noticed something unique about the event.
Today’s Texas rancher not only faces the challenges of a lingering drought but must still battle the age-old problem of cattle rustling — a problem that has plagued the industry for more than a century.
The 117th Fort Worth Stock Show opens today and the front office is hoping to beat last year’s record-setting attendance. In 2012, more than 1.1 million people passed through the turnstiles.