It was known as The Million Dollar Monarch, the gateway to Highland Park, and a gathering place for a beloved tradition.
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Historic Tree Lighting Thursday Night In Highland ParkIt was known as The Million Dollar Monarch, the gateway to Highland Park, and a gathering place for a beloved tradition.
Some Community Activists In Fort Worth Frustrated By Announcement Of Ed Kraus As Police ChiefThe city did not conduct a national search or even consider any other internal candidates for the job.
Teen Killed In Thanksgiving DWI Remembered At VigilMonday night, friends, family, classmates and teachers gathered at North Side High School to remember the teenager.
Vigil, Fundraiser For Fort Worth Teen Killed In Wrong Way Crash On ThanksgivingBenjamin Castaneda was hit by a driver going the wrong way on Loop 820 in North Richland Hills.
Ones For Texas: Buckner InternationalBuckner International transforms the lives of vulnerable children, enriches the lives of senior adults and builds strong families through Christ-centered values
Fort Worth Developer, Philanthropist Happy Baggett Passes AwayOver the summer, Happy Baggett revealed his cancer diagnosis was terminal and he wanted to spend his remaining time raising money for early childhood learning causes.
Funeral Attended By Hundreds For Murdered Allen High School Football Player Marquel Ellis Junior"That was a warm feeling knowing my son was at ease, with knowing that his teammates came forward and stood up for his name," his father said.
Collin County Commissioners Pass Non-Binding Resolution Supporting The 2nd AmendmentCollin County Judge Chris Hill and the other four Republican Commissioners backed the resolution.
'Tis The Season For A Grapevine ChristmasIt's called the Christmas capital of Texas with good reason.
Funeral For Murdered Allen High School Football Player Marquel Ellis Junior Attracts Hundreds Of MournersMarquel was memorialized at his funeral with his jersey next to his casket and a football placed on a wreath.
Salvation Army Red Kettle Drive Kicks Off Across North TexasThe familiar sounds of bells ringing will soon fill the air as the Salvation Army kicks off its annual Red Kettle campaign across North Texas.
Fort Worth ISD Students Lace Up Their Skates For Fun!Panther Island Ice was the place to be for laughter, gliding and some sliding of course.
Fort Worth's New Dickies Arena May Test Patience Of People Living NearbyThe city is warning concertgoers not to park on residential streets or their cars will likely get towed.
Neighborhood Fed Up With Street Racers Taking Over Dallas Shopping Center Parking Lot At NightIt’s disturbing the peace in a Dallas neighborhood and some residents wonder why police aren’t doing more about it.
Former Inner City Kid, Cowboy Nose Tackle Antwaun Woods, Helping Families In Dallas, LAWoods and other Dallas Cowboys are giving back to the community during the holiday season.
Revitalization Project Underway After Thousands Of Trees Destroyed In North Texas TornadoesA new study found 4,000 trees were damaged or destroyed by the October 20 storms that included devastating tornadoes in and around Dallas.
Ones For Texas: Brian JonesBridging the gap between police and the community, this homicide sergeant is this week's Ones For Texas.
DPD Hosts First Of 14 'Listening Sessions' With PublicThe focus is on topics like building trust, oversight, policy, technology and social media, community policing and crime reduction.
Volunteers Expand Search For Hood County Missing Mother Jenn PautenisFamily members said Pautenis’ husband Ed, told them his wife of two years had walked out of the house on her own a few days after they had returned from a road trip to Tennessee.
North Texas High School Football Referee Recovered After Collapsing During Game Last MonthDennis Bennett reunited with the doctors and staff who saved his life.
Cowboys Amari Cooper Delivers New Mattress To Family Of Active Duty Service MemberThe Cowboys star receiver made a special delivery on Tuesday.
Different Night, Different Tone At Dallas Police Oversight Board MeetingLast month, there was chaos when attendees learned public comments were not on the agenda. This time they shared their appreciation from the change that came from that.
Fort Worth Libraries Seeing A Spike In PatronsThe library extended its hours and more people are taking advantage of that.
Dallas Opens Convention Center To Keep Homeless Out Of The ColdThis is the first time the city has opened a temporary shelter like this.