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Fort Worth, TX, United States

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Former President George W. Bush stresses support for Ukraine, Taiwan and Iranian protests in speech at SMU

Bush spoke at an event called "The Struggle for Freedom" Wednesday. → Read More

The Tarrant County judge race could forecast the county's political future. Here's who's running

The judge acts more like a county mayor. Democrat Deborah Peoples is facing Republican Tim O'Hare. → Read More

Prop A: Understanding the ballot measure that could reshape Dallas

Prop A would fund a new convention center and improvements to Fair Park and city officials say it wouldn't increase taxes on residents. → Read More

Fed combats inflation with interest rate hike as DFW real estate market sees price cuts

The Dallas-Fort Worth real estate market remains competitive but the cost of borrowing continues to increase. → Read More

Two teens charged with making a terroristic threat as police thwart potential shooting at North Texas HS football game

Two 18-year-olds have been charged with making a terroristic threat after police in Everman, Texas, thwarted a potential shooting at a high school homecoming game. → Read More

Gas prices dip below $3/gallon at some North Texas stations

On South Cooper Street in Arlington, a couple gas stations became the first in the Dallas-Fort Worth area to dip below $3/gallon, with prices showing $2.95 Monday. → Read More

North Texas school district pulls books from libraries to review, including the Bible and 'Anne Frank's Diary'

Keller ISD pulled a total of 42 books to review under new policies that were passed at a board meeting last week. → Read More

The COVID endgame: When and how will businesses and schools be able to treat the virus like the flu

Case counts spiked and flattened, but at-home tests have made spread tough to gauge. Experts are looking to wastewater and hospitals. → Read More

SMU researchers say Texas lawmakers' redistricting maps show clear bias toward Republicans

Math for Unbiased Maps created 1.5 million random redistricting maps and none were as biased as the one lawmakers approved. → Read More

US gas prices plummet, Texas down 63 cents/gallon in a month

GasBuddy.com says the drop could continue another 25-40 cents. → Read More

'It just keeps getting worse': Fort Worth's West 7th Street construction project delayed – again

Completion had be set for the end of July, but officials say a water line along the road has slowed progress. → Read More

$2.5B development on former 'Leaning Tower of Dallas' lot to break ground next month

The project includes a 20-story tower, a four-acre park and new restaurant concepts from across the country → Read More

Dog abandoned at North Texas lake now has a forever home after living on his own for 7 months

'Ghost' also spent months at the city's shelter because the nervous dog needed a patient owner with experience. → Read More

What Denton's resolution deprioritizing abortion investigations means for the city and its politics

UNT political science professor says the city's trend bluer is just due to its two universities. → Read More

Texas Senate committee wraps up testimony after two days of hearings focused on Uvalde

The special committee listened to 21 hours of testimony from new details on the attack to how to prevent it. → Read More

US senators reach agreement on gun reform deal following Uvalde, Buffalo mass shootings

U.S. senators announced an agreement related to gun safety Sunday. → Read More

'Nothing that was coincidental': North Texas nurse among group involved in harrowing rescue of two adults, baby in Alaska plane crash

Students and chaperones from Grapevine Faith Christian School were on a leadership retreat in Alaska when a plane crashed near them. → Read More

The numbers: Adding up the toll of gun violence, mass shootings in Texas and the US

Approximately 4,164 people died from guns in Texas in 2020, according to CDC data. That’s nearly a dozen a day and more than any state in the country. → Read More

Dallas painter brings art, inspiration to war-torn city in Ukraine

Robert Marquez recreated "Guernica" under a collapsed bridge in the town of Irpin. → Read More

'Once in a lifetime' | Grapevine High School runner setting records with an eye on winning state

Walker St. John and the Grapevine High School distance runners are some of the best in the country. → Read More