UTA Has History Many Don't Know AboutThere are thousands of books, documents, maps, newspapers, photos, and other artifacts in the UTA Special Collection- much of which was donated by Fort Worth attorney and UT Austin alum, Jenkins Garrett and his wife, Virginia.
Welcome To Texas: Dublin Bottling WorksMany Texans may already know that Dr Pepper was created in Waco in 1885, by a pharmacist at a corner drug store. But they may not realize that the first place to ever bottle Dr Pepper was in the Erath County town of Dublin.
Welcome To Texas: History Of Sundance SquareA photograph of a gang of bank and train robbers called the "Wild Bunch" has everything to do with how Sundance Square, in downtown Fort Worth, got its name.
Welcome To Texas: Hand Collection At Baylor Medical CenterBehind the glass cases in the lobby of the George W. Truett Memorial Hospital at the Baylor University Medical Center complex are hundreds of hands-- or more accurately-- the bronze casts of hands belonging to some of the most popular and influential people in the world.
Welcome To Texas: Museum Of The American RailroadFor decades the museum was located at Fair Park, but a few years ago, they rolled north to Collin County and set up shop in Frisco. It’s a place with a railroad history.
Welcome To Texas: National Cowgirl Museum And Hall Of FameThe museum moved to Fort Worth after quickly outgrowing its West Texas location. It now has more than 4,000 artifacts, and information about more than 750 women.
Welcome To Texas: Aurora AlienIn a quiet, historic cemetery in the tiny Wise County town of Aurora lies a mystery that's almost 120 years old. According to local legend -- and a Texas historical marker -- the cemetery is the burial site of an alien.
Welcome To Texas: Palace Theater Light BulbThe second longest lasting light bulb in the world resides at the Stockyards Museum in Fort Worth, and it has been burning for 107 years. The light bulb even has its own Facebook page.
Welcome To Texas: Fort Worth ZooThe Fort Worth Zoo has gotten a lot of attention lately for some of its adorable babies. But there is a lot more about the zoo, including an international first, that many North Texans may not know.
Welcome To Texas: The Six Flags RailroadSix Flags Over Texas will celebrate its 55th year in operation this summer. And after all these years and all the changes the park has seen, there's only one thing that's remained constant: The Six Flags Railroad.
Welcome To Texas: Dallas Heritage VillageThere's a spotlight on yesteryear In the shadows of downtown. Dallas' first ever city park is home to Dallas Heritage Village - a collection of buildings that tell the story of Texas around the time of statehood.
Welcome To Texas: Texas Country ReporterFor many North Texans, it seems there was never a time when Bob Phillips wasn't in their living rooms on Saturday evenings.
Welcome To Texas: Dogwood Canyon Audubon CenterIn Cedar Hill, nestled amid the trees and the trails, just 16 miles south of downtown Dallas, you'll find the Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center.
Welcome To Texas: Hatco Factory In GarlandIf you own a cowboy hat there is a good chance it was made at the Hatco factory in Garland. Hatco General Manager Ricky Bolin explained, "Some of the machinery dates back to the 1800's that we use."
Welcome To Texas: Main St. Fort Worth Arts FestivalThe 31st Main St. Fort Worth Arts Festival kicked off Thursday morning. It's four days of art, music, food and fun in the heart of downtown Fort Worth. Artists from all over the country vie to have their work included in the festival.