Arlington's Hunter Pence Will Open Season On Rangers RosterArlington native Hunter Pence, who turns 36 on April 13, went to spring training on a minor league contract.
UT Arlington Boasts Record Enrollment AgainTotal "global student population" is expected to exceed 60,000 this academic year, according to the University.
UT Arlington Student Victimized By Scam Email That Appeared To Be From ProfessorThe email said the professor was seeking payment for fees via gift cards. As a result, the student purchased $200 worth of gift cards and sent the gift card numbers to the scammer.
UT Arlington Guard Dennis Scores 32 To Defeat Little RockUT Arlington Edric Dennis continued his recent scoring binge with a season-high of 32 points to help the team defeat Little Rock 82-73 Saturday.
FDA Proposes New Restrictions On Vaping DevicesThe government hopes taking away the taste of e-cigarettes will help stop the spike in the number of children using the devices.
Flood Sweeps Away West Texas RV Park, At Least 4 MissingRescue crews in boats and helicopters are searching for at least four people missing since heavy rain washed away a recreational vehicle park.
UT Arlington Looking To Become Health Research PowerAfter years of planning and construction, UT Arlington celebrated the opening of a new Science & Engineering Innovation & Research building on Friday.
UTA Student Who Died In Flooding Remembered Monday Night“He was funny, full of joy,” said Amaya’s cousin Sergio Amaya. “Always full of energy. Always wanted to play soccer.”
Man Who Drowned In Creek Identified As UT Arlington StudentA man who drowned Friday in a creek on the University of Texas at Arlington campus during heavy rain and flooding was identified as a 23-year-old student.
Crews Recover Body Of 23-Year-Old Man In Creek Near UT Arlington CampusCrews recovered the body of a 23-year-old man Friday night after officials say he drowned in a creek on the west side of the University of Texas at Arlington campus.
North Texas Researchers Developing "Trap" To Fight CancerResearchers at the University of Texas at Arlington have developed what they are hoping will be a new tool in fighting cancer.