New Group Of Developers Announce $65M Restoration Plan For Mineral Wells' Baker HotelA new group of developers announced their $65 million plan to restore a crumbling landmark in Mineral Wells.
One Tank Trip: Texas City Once Known For Its 'Healing Mineral Waters'Mineral Wells became a resort town and travel destination for movie stars, presidents and millionaires all because of one thing, the town's mineral water supply.
North Texas Murder Suspect Released From Jail To Have SurgeryPalo Pinto County released Lonneil White on a personal recognizance bond after a doctor decided he needed surgery the county determined would cost more than its budget could handle.
Officials: Palo Pinto County Brush Fire Continues To GrowEmergency crews continue work in Palo Pinto County where they're trying to get the upper hand on a growing brush fire.
Oil-Gas Group: Tougher Drilling Rules Could Cost BillionsAn oil and gas advocacy group warned that Colorado taxpayers could face billions of dollars in compensation claims if voters approve tough new restrictions on where wells can be drilled.
Grapevine Police Surprise Daughter Of Fallen Officer At GraduationGrapevine police surprised the daughter of one of their fallen officers at her high school graduation Friday evening.
Mountain Lion Rarely Seen In North Texas Killed On HighwayTexas Parks and Wildlife Department officials say it's the first mountain lion spotted in Palo Pinto County in at least 15 years.
Friends Mourn Loss Of 10-Year-Old Softball Teammate Killed In CrashPolice say Caydence Hubble was not wearing a seatbelt when the crash happened in Fort Worth on Golden Triangle Blvd on Sunday.
'Haunted House' For Sale In Mineral WellsFor $125,000, all 2,800 square feet can be yours. That is, if you don’t mind sharing the space with its inhabitants. According to property owner Phil Kirchhoff, as many as nine spirits call it home.
Chef Finds Roots In Retirement Facility KitchenSadie Harrison had moved away from her hometown for years but returned in search of a new purpose.
Water Flowing Again In Mineral Wells; Can't Drink It YetThe normally busy row of restaurants leading into town once again had cars parked in front after being closed for two days without water.