On the dry shores of the Trinity River in Fort Worth sits a familiar looking installation — a half dozen pipes connected to large pumps.
While many North Texans are being asked to conserve water, large pipelines are pulling water out of the Trinity River in Fort Worth.
The family of a Fort Worth mother is still trying to come to grips after she drowned trying to save her 8-year-old son. It happened Wednesday evening at Trinity River Park, near Interstate-30 and university Drive in Fort Worth.
A family trying to enjoy the cool waters of the Trinity River in Fort Worth is now devastated after a drowning on Wednesday night.
An 880-pound alligator that was a Dallas lawyer’s prize catch last month is now evidence in an investigation that has resulted in four warrants.
On the stagnant waters of the Trinity River about two hours downstream from Dallas in Leon County, he and a guide found a 14-foot-long, 880-pound bull gator sunning himself on the river bank.
It’s arguably part of the biggest waterpark in Texas: the Texas Parks and Wildlife “Paddling Trails,” which has more than 3,700 miles of rivers and streams, along with 3,300 miles of shoreline on the Gulf Coast. And now, it’s open to more of the public in North Texas.
A body has been found in south Dallas County as family and friends searched for a missing Irving woman.
On Wednesday, the City Council approved giving Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava $10.7 million to redesign portions of his second “signature” bridge crossing the Trinity River into downtown to cut costs on the final project.
A group of activists in the La Bajada neighborhood combed their streets Saturday morning, making detailed measurements of the community in hopes of gaining a restriction that will block nearby future development before it begins.
The dirt in Fran Brown’s yard is churned and ripped up. Her flowerbed is destroyed. Brown – who, ironically, is a landscaper – has a home near the Trinity River corridor, and for her yard and many others, the winter season has gone hog wild.
Neighbors in south Irving say wild hogs have been tearing up their yards.