The city parks department is cleaning up a foul smelling mess left by some Egrets in a Fort Worth neighborhood.
Four-year-old Parker Pustejovsky lost his dad, a West Volunteer Firefighter, in the tragic plant explosion that leveled a portion of the town of West.
Newly-released city documents show problems extend beyond the shuttered plant and into recently-purchased land where Frisco is planning a large park, called Grand Park.
Security is top of mind for local race coordinators feeling the impact from this week’s bombings in Boston.
A 15-acre park at the upcoming George W. Bush Presidential Center will simulate a Texas prairie — complete with a wildflower meadow and a blend of native grasses and trees.
For “city-folk,” camping seems like a romantic way to get away from their cell phones and back to nature. So, why don’t you do it more often?
A few parking meters in downtown Dallas are out of commission today. They’re being used as parks instead. It’s part of “National Parking Day.”
In southwest Fort Worth, 16-year old Chris Jones and his friend sit in a hot car passing the time in the middle of the afternoon. There is little else for them to do.
As we quickly find ourselves in the throes of the summer heat here in Texas, many of us would love to get away to the lake.