New policy enforced for animals on campus

TCU has approved a new policy regarding animals on campus.

‘End of the world’ art exhibit coming to TCU

The Art Galleries at TCU welcomes Buster Graybill's exhibition that features sculptures, paintings and a doomsday trailer this Friday.

Marathon runner persists after being mauled by a pit bull

A Fort Worth marathon runner who was mauled by an unleashed pit bull is not letting the attack stop her from running.

Fort Worth Music Festival

Fortress Festival is coming to Fort Worth April 27 and 28.

Suspect identified in off-campus aggravated robbery

The suspect in last month's aggravated robbery at Bank of America has been identified.

The road to opioid abuse: Prescription drugs

Tarrant County is thousands of miles away from the epicenter of the nation’s opioid epidemic, but health officials have created a strategy that has helped react to the crisis. This is an inside look into the rise, wreckage and recovery of the opioid crisis in Tarrant County, Texas.

CASA of Tarrant County advocates for children in foster care

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, and CASA is looking to gain more volunteers to help children in foster care who are in need.

Donation drive plans to help orphanages in China

TCU child development students are studying abroad this summer in China. They are having a donation drive to supply orphanages with needed resources.

Fort Worth holds its first transgender day of visibility observance

Fort Worth celebrates its first International Transgender Day of Visibility this Sunday.

Student leaders encourage differences at Frog Camp

Student leaders around campus are encouraging the celebration of differences and diversity.
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