Man who killed TCU student sentenced to 35 years

David Hidalgo pleaded guilty to murder after stabbing Trese, a 23-year-old TCU senior, on February 4, 2014.

“Stealth dorm” registration complete

Houses with up to five unrelated people had to register with the city by March 31.

Race for Tarrant County Sheriff to go to runoff

None of the candidates received more than 50 percent of the vote yesterday. Now, the two GOP contenders will face-off again on May 24.

City Council approves zoning change for TCU fine arts building

Fort Worth city council approved the rezoning of four residential lots on West Cantey Street that TCU will use for a proposed fine arts building.

Fort Worth’s Trinity River Vision a massive undertaking

For most of the past nine years,

“Modern ’til Midnight” brings fine arts to Fort Worth

The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth will be hosting the "Modern 'til Midnight" event this weekend.

Witches in Fort Worth

The mysterious group meets bi-monthly to discuss and learn about witchcraft.

Art Commission approves design for I-30 monument

The Fort Worth Art Commission approved preliminary design plans and a $52,350 budget recom

Fort Worth's top 5 coffee spots

There are plenty of cozy spots in Fort Worth to get your caffeine fix.

St. Stephen Presbyterian reopens Christian Education Building after vandalism

After seven months of fundraising and hard work, the church was able to restore a vandalized building.
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