W.P. McLean Middle School beefing up security after stabbing incident

School officials at W.P. McLean Middle School have temporarily changed their arrival and dismissal policies while they investigate an incident that occurred last week.

On Wednesday, Feb. 4, a man with a knife approached a 7th grade student an

Fort Worth refugee programs help refugees adapt

More than 16 percent of Fort Worth residents are refugees who have fled persecution from their home country.

According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, at least 35 million people in the world have been forced to flee their

Stock Show Parade sees no shortage of Confederate Flags despite ban

Despite the ban, there was no shortage of confederate flags among spectators at the All Western parade this morning.

Over 1,900 signed up for Women’s March-Fort Worth Saturday afternoon

About 2,000 people are expected to join the Women's March through downtown Fort Worth on Saturday.

Local churches begin to 'Explore God'

Churches are participating in a new program that seeks to answer people's questions about creation and the world of religion.

FWISD to vote on superintendent sole finalist

The long search for the new permanent superintendent for Fort Worth Independent School District is nearing its end today.

'No refusal' weekend combats drinking and driving

Fort Worth law enforcement is cracking down on drunk driving this holiday weekend. Here is what you need to know about the 'no refusal' policy.

TCU Horned Frogs pluck Texas Longhorns 48-10 on Thanksgiving

The No. 5 Frogs overcame talk of an upset on Thursday night with a victory over the unranked Texas Longhorns.

"If you didn't know anything about us, you would've thought we were the 5-7 team," said quarterback Trevone Boykin

Log Cabin Village revamps programming, facility

The 109’s living history museum adds new programming, and the Parker Cabin has a new roof.

Log Cabin Village is introducing new programming and undergoing renovations, Director Kelli Pickard said.

The Village ha

Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce comes out against “bathroom bill”

The Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce joins other large urban chambers in Texas in sending the message: "open for business to everyone."
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