Six Flags Over Texas
Six Flags Over Texas is taking the wraps off of its new ride — the Texas SkyScreamer. CBS 11 News photographer Jake Shannon survived the ride, and showed off the view along the way.
Clint Bench has been to Six Flags dozens of times and ridden the ride many times before, but he was told in May, because he has no hands, he couldn’t get on the ride.
Though most ghosts are a surprise, DFW’s best haunts surprise with their locations. From a man crushed at the zoo to a traditional haunted hotel, this area is chock full of spirits.
Having a blast at Six Flags Over Texas will take on new meaning Wednesday. The amusement park in Arlington on Tuesday announced plans to implode the 200-foot-tall Texas Chute Out.
There was no fun or fright at Six Flags on September 28, what was supposed to be the opening night of Fright Fest.
It’s hard for drivers along Interstate 30 to miss the Shock Wave roller coaster, which sits alongside the highway at Six Flags Over Texas. But after a new paint job, the double looped roller coaster will be even easier to see.
Nearly everybody enjoys a ride down memory lane, even if that ride drops you from several hundred feet in the air.
Six Flags Over Texas has announced plans for a 400-foot tall swing ride. The entertainment park in Arlington on Thursday said the Texas SkyScreamer will debut in 2013.
If you remember your screams turning into laughter as you floated back to earth on the Texas Chute Out at Six Flags, then you have just over a month to say goodbye to the iconic ride.
Six Flags Over Texas has a lot more to offer than just rollercoasters and rides. The Arlington theme park is introducing a slate of new shows that promise big entertainment.
City, business and community leaders gathered for an early morning ceremony Wednesday and launched the dawn of a new image campaign for downtown.
You’ll definitively be able to find your “Ice, Ice, Baby” in Arlington later next month.