Six Flags Over Texas
Amusement parks turned into water parks and roads turned into rivers overnight: Severe storms continue to batter Texas, from the border of Oklahoma to the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Bigger, faster and more extreme are what count when it comes to roller coasters. So what’s an amusement park to do with aging coasters when those record-breaking crowd-pleasers from years ago are being overshadowed by today’s scream machines?
Six Flags Over Texas is getting ready to open a new ride based on the most popular DC Comics characters. CBS 11 News photographer Jake Shannon gave the ride a test spin.
Festivals, concerts and food! There are plenty of fun events for your family. Tasha Stevens fills you in on what’s happening across North Texas this weekend!
If you’re looking to earm some extra cash on the side, Six Flags Over Texas has just the opportunity for you. The theme park is holding a job fair throughout the long weekend.
The holiday season is upon us, and there’s no shortage of events around DFW to enjoy with your family. Tasha Stevens brings you some of the best!
Six Flags Over Texas has reached a settlement with the family of Rosy Esparza. The 54-year-old grandmother was thrown from the Texas Giant roller coaster and killed on July 19, 2013.
Two North Texas families are angry with the treatment they say they received at a North Texas theme park.
Halloween is still more than two weeks away, but the ghouls and goblins have already invaded Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington.
‘Batman: The Ride’ has been at Six Flags Over Texas for around 15 years. Now, one of the park’s most popular attractions is changing things up by sending riders backwards.
A cement truck crash shut down a portion of Interstate-30 in Arlington early Wednesday morning, after diesel fuel was spilled all over the highway’s three main lanes.
The German manufacturer of a roller coaster from which a woman fell to her death is blaming Six Flags for the incident.