FORT WORTH — The message has long been clear at the Fort Worth Zoo.
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Two local municipal employees will be applying their experience to statewide issues on the state boards they were appointed to this week.
Court records show Bertrand Syjuan Davis was a violent man — the kind that bit another man’s ear and eyebrow during a fight.
Twenty years ago, gamblers who did not wish to run afoul of the law didn’t have many options in the United States of America. There was Las Vegas. There was Atlantic City, N.J. There were the ponies, a handful of tribal casinos and, for the brave, jai alai.
Regionalizing certain parts of public safety service “just makes sense” in Northeast Tarrant County, where cities have joined forces when mutually beneficial.
AUSTIN — Police found John and Susan Sweek lying in a swirl of blood on the kitchen floor in their northeast Dallas apartment. Their bodies were riddled with stab wounds; their throats had been slashed.
DALLAS — Citing the recent release of “gruesome videos” taken inside Planned Parenthood abortion clinics that were considering donating fetal tissue, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced a new anti-abortion initiative Friday.
FORT WORTH — Police are looking for a man who put a gun to the back of a woman’s head about three weeks ago.
WASHINGTON — Neither Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings nor officials from General Electric would confirm on Friday reports that General Electric Co. had decided against relocating its global headquarters to the city because of Texas politicians’ opposition to the Export-Import Bank.
While only about 20 minutes separate the Denison and Durant school districts, several thousand dollars separate their teachers’ starting pay. The National Education Association revealed that while the number of Oklahoma students is growing, the state came in 49th in 2013-2014 on per student expenditures.