Spring break is upon us. However, overcrowded beaches are not for everyone. Dallas/Fort Worth has plenty of exciting springtime options for visitors to the area that can be memorable for everyone in the family.
The Texas Department of Public Safety said that increased patrols began on Friday and will run through March 23, to help keep travelers safe during spring break.
Cancun, Mexico, Las Vegas and South Beach Miami are among the best long weekend trips for college students.
Parents might have enjoyed the splashing sounds of Frog Fountain but they were missing the sounds of student life. Its the university’s spring break too. And visitors here and at colleges around the country are only seeing the campuses, not the schools’ culture.
The state of Texas has a warning for students trying to buy alcohol while on Spring Break this week. Officials with the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission are planning to conduct a minimum of 600 undercover stings.
Huge crowds are expected to pack the Fort Worth Zoo this week, but visitors this year will have to deal with even more traffic problems than usual.
Teachers across North Texas are not ready for their Spring Break vacations just yet. They are getting ready to march on Austin to fight for more money and better safety for their schools.
Gas prices across Texas have slipped 5 cents this week, as some travelers prepare for spring vacations. AAA Texas reported the average price at the pump is $3.58 per gallon.
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.
Texas troopers will be out in force on Friday at the start of spring break as part of an increased effort against drunken driving.
Law enforcement officials have captured one of Texas’ Most Wanted — a man wanted for his involvement in the South Padre Island beating of North Texas college student Derek “D.J.” Madrigal.
Mexico is taking a rare opportunity to tweak neighboring Texas, saying the number of U.S. spring breakers visiting Mexico this year rose 7.2 percent despite a travel warning issued.