I recently had one of those moments, when I was talking to my now-teenage daughter about going to Six Flags unsupervised, and I realized that I have officially become my mother.
Hundreds of children and spouses of fallen U.S. military are flying into North Texas for some all-expenses-paid holiday fun for the next few days.
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.
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.
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.
There was no snow on the ground at DFW Airport Friday, but that didn’t stop the Snowball Express.
Six Flags posted a second-quarter profit and a five percent revenue increase as more people were admitted to its theme parks.
Check out Six Flags Over Texas for an entire day of fast excitement on the most electrifying rollercoasters for the thrillseeker in all of us.
A Six Flags operator heard a strange noise come from the 14-story Texas Giant Sunday, causing him to stop the ride and leave about two-dozen riders stuck at the top.
As Spring and Summer approach, two popular North Texas theme parks are helping boost the local economy.
The City of Arlington is remembering the impact of one of its most influential leaders: Tom Vandergriff. Vandergriff died Thursday at the age of 84. He was mayor of Arlington from 1951 to 1977.