FORT WORTH — A homeless man pleaded guilty Monday morning to throwing Molotov cocktails at the office of Wendy Davis in 2012 and was sentenced to seven years in prison.
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Kenneth Hedges, spokesman for Denton Fire Department, said a family of three was on its way to Hicks Airfield located 12 miles north of downtown Fort Worth. They were flying in a Beechcraft single-engine plane when they attempted to make an emergency landing due to mechanical issues, he said.
A proposal to let bingo halls in Texas use electronic devices similar to slot machines is drawing fire from opponents who say it will expand gambling.
WEST — Two flags, tattered by an explosion blocks away, have flown at half-staff at the Emergency Medical Services station since shortly after a fertilizer mixing operation blew up April 17, 2013, devastating this quiet central Texas town and killing 15.
The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission has backed off its opposition to NRG Energy’s application to expand its nuclear power plant outside Bay City.
Just as the summer travel season approaches, the Transportation Security Administration has opened a facility at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport to enroll travelers in its Pre Check program.
The Collin County sheriff’s office arrested one of its own employees Thursday on a charge of possessing child pornography.
FORT WORTH — Dream up a homey image of a perfect neighborhood, and most will include sidewalks.
Cristal Paulette Richardson told jurors at her murder trial that she doesn’t recall everything that happened when she stabbed Cedric Lamont Owens 130 times and castrated him inside a Far East Dallas motel room.
AUSTIN, Texas — President Barack Obama said Thursday that the country was still caught up in the kind of debates that marked the civil rights movement as he called on Americans to set aside cynicism and push for the ideals reflected in the Civil Rights Act.