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Cowboy Santas will provide gifts for 12,000 children this Christmas

Cowboy Santas are celebrating their 30th season of giving back to the community and are encouraging Tarrant county citizens to contribute.

"This is our 30th year of bringing toys to 12,000 children and about 5,000 families," Cowboy Sa

Court date reset for man accused of stabbing TCU senior

David Hidalgo, the man accused of killing TCU senior Stewart Trese last year, was scheduled to accept or decline a plea bargain this morning,...

Fort Worth Symphony director creates service to divert waste from landfills

Cowboy Compost is an innovative way to combat food going to waste in Fort Worth.

High school hoops: Arlington Heights and Country Day lose, Paschal survives

Paschal was able to scrape out a win, but both Arlington Heights and Country Day fell in their weekend matchups.

Half of FWISD board seats up for election

Five seats on the FWISD board are set to be filled May 6.

Neighbors’ objections prompt garage relocation

TCU is considering moving the proposed site of the new parking garage amidst growing concerns from neighbors, said Todd Waldvogel, the associate vice chancellor for facilities at TCU.

The garage was set to be built on t

Witches in Fort Worth

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

Writing camp benefits both Paschal High School students and TCU students

Paschal High School students, who attended TCU's writing camp this year, say they felt better prepared for end of the year state testing.

Paschal is the only high school in Fort Worth to have a writing camp in partnership with a u

Hardy seeks fourth term on Board of Education

 Patricia “Pat” Hardy, the Republican incumbent for Texas State Board of Education’s District 11, is seeking reelection for her fourth term in office.

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