New Year’s Eve
For the first time, North Texas revelers rang in the new year in Fort Worth. Fireworks lit up the sky as the clock struck midnight, and many believe that the party was long overdue.
Big New Year’s events, local health officials warn, can be ideal places to catch the flu virus.
AAA Texas has predicted that 7.9 million people statewide will be traveling during the upcoming 12-day holiday period, starting Saturday and running through January 1.
The Texas DPS said that additional DWI patrols began Friday and will run through January 2. The period includes both the Christmas and New Year’s Day holidays.
It appears a prominent push to keep drunk drivers off the roads, as the New Year rang in, may be paying off. While the final numbers aren’t in, some North Texas departments say their officers didn’t see a big increase in New Year’s intoxicated drivers.
Deputies in Dallas County reported about half a dozen DWI arrests as the new year rang in, including one man who was charged with a felony DWI for having his 12-year-old daughter in the car.
It’s called ‘Lights All Night,’ but it’s been more like ‘noise all night’ for unhappy Fair Park neighbors.
The countdown is on to 2013, and the stages are set for Big D NYE!
Fort Worth residents Harold and Lou Nichols are celebrating their 70th wedding anniversary.
Billy Bob’s Texas officially announced their New Year’s Eve celebration, and country music artist Casey Donahew will be headlining the night’s event.
A member of the U.S. military allegedly found with explosives in his airport luggage on New Year’s Eve is expected to make his first court appearance.
The new year starts on Sunday. As people across Texas usher in 2012 with parties and celebrations, a new collection of important laws go into effect.