Fort Worth Hosts 18th Annual Day Of The Dead CelebrationThe holiday began in Mexico nearly 3,000 years ago. Those who celebrate believe that on midnight of Oct. 31, the souls of their loved ones come back to visit.
Cheers Texas! Sunday Beer And Wine Now For Sale Starting At 10 A.M.Just in time for Labor Day weekend, grocery stores selling beer and wine can offer it before noon.
Managing Emotions If Your Mother's Day Is Spent In MourningMother's Day is around the corner, and for many, a plan will be needed on how to deal with grief rather than worrying about purchasing gifts.
Dallas NorthPark Center Santa Doing Virtual Visits This Christmas To Support Pediatric PatientsProceeds from the virtual visits are going to Children’s Health to advance medical research on pediatric illnesses and enhance patient care.
Experts To Look At Next 2 Weeks To See If Residents Heeded Warnings On Thanksgiving GatheringsExperts say we won’t know right away whether people actually heeded warnings about gatherings and if the holiday caused an increase in coronavirus cases.
Etiquette Expert Shares Tips On Keeping The Peace At ThanksgivingWhether you and your extended family are face-to-face or virtual this Thanksgiving, there are a lot of sensitive topics that could come up around the dinner table.
Colleyville, Texas To Give Residents $35 Gift Cards To Use In Local BusinessesThe City Of Colleyville is planning to send residents a $35 gift card as a way to encourage residents to spend money in that town.
COVID Hasn't Scared Off Halloween For Parents Making The Best Of Unprecedented Times With Halloween being the first celebration of many in the coming months, the details of how to handle the evening safely are top of mind for parents.
North Texas Hospitals Watching For Spread Of Coronavirus From July 4 WeekendHospital administrators in North Texas will be watching to see if COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations spike again after Monday, which is more than two weeks after the Fourth of July holiday weekend.
Over 800 Pounds Of Fireworks Confiscated In Dallas During July 4th WeekendOver 800 pounds of fireworks were confiscated in Dallas over the Fourth of July weekend, Dallas Fire-Rescue said Sunday.
Fort Worth Fire Officials Warn Of Illegal Fireworks Use After Deadly Accident Last YearThe Fort Worth Fire Department is warning residents that using fireworks is illegal in the city, following an accident last July 4 that killed a teenager.
'We Are Going To Starve': Texas Bar Owner Fights Shutdown Order, Says Will Open This WeekendOne Texas bar owner who is fighting the governor's shutdown order says she is opening this July 4 weekend and will not make masks or social distancing mandatory.
93-Year-Old Opal Lee Calls For Juneteenth As National Holiday With Walk In Fort WorthOpal Lee, 93, trekked 2.5 miles from downtown Fort Worth to Will Rogers Coliseum Friday to get Juneteenth recognized as a national holiday.
Opal Lee On Hand As Fort Worth Filmmaker Channing Godfrey Peoples Premiers 'Miss Juneteenth'Miss Juneteenth tells the story of a former beauty queen who is now a single mom, preparing her daughter for the Miss Juneteenth pageant and steering the teen towards roads not traveled.
With Limited Seating For Mother's Day, Local Restaurants Offer Expanded OptionsThis year, Blue Mesa Grill in Addison is offering its Mother’s Day brunch on Saturday, too, for anyone willing to celebrate a day early.