Man dies in motorcycle crash on Interstate 30 in Fort Worth, authorities say
The Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office identified the 26-year-old man who was killed.
Alien Mystery: Aurora's UFO Crash Revealed
Since it was first settled in the 1850s. Aurora, Texas has had a fascinating historical narrative. It was William W.O.Stanfield who chose the name “Aurora” because “he felt that it was the dawn of something luminous and beautiful in the new land.
Forest Hill man killed in motorcycle crash has been identified
The Forest Hill man killed in a Fort Worth motorcycle crash has now been identified . The crash was Saturday on I-30 near East Chase and the Tarrant County Medical Examiner confirms that Loris Burns was killed at the scene.
Texas Man Charged With Murder for Selling Fentanyl-Laced Pills
Kaeden Farish, a 19-year-old resident of Azle, was accused of murder on February 18. This accusation is related to the death of a 17-year-old from Bedford due to a fatal overdose of Fentanyl in January. Investigators found that Farish had sold Fentanyl-laced pills to the victim after looking into the...
Watch for Cowtown Marathon traffic holdups this weekend
Forty-thousand participants and spectators are expected for the 46th annual Cowtown Marathon races the weekend of Feb. 24-25. Races include a half marathon, full marathon, ultra marathon, Kids 5K, and Adults 5K and 10K.
Fort Worth plans infrastructure as it leads the country in population growth in 2023
Fort Worth led the country in population growth last year, and now developers are working with the city to make sure there’s room for everyone.
Historic Moment: OB-GYN Delivers Baby Gorilla, Proving "Our Love for Women Knows No Bounds": A Spirited Discussion
CBS News - 02/17/2024 04:23:00 AM. A few days ago, a historical event took place at the Fort Worth Zoo where a baby gorilla was born via cesarean section. The surgery was performed by Dr. Jamie Walker Erwin, an OB-GYN, due to the mother gorilla, Sekani, showing signs of preeclampsia. The baby gorilla, named Jameela, is healthy and growing, despite Sekani showing little interest in caring for her. The zoo is now seeking a surrogate gorilla mother for Jameela.
Fort Worth councilman calls on city to be more transparent with police chase policy
FORT WORTH - After being the lone Fort Worth councilmember to vote against a lawsuit aimed at keeping the police chase policy hidden, Councilmember Chris Nettles told the CBS News Texas I-Team that the city needs to prioritize transparency."I understand the police chief and why he does not want to release some of the policy. At the same time, I believe it's important that we be transparent in everything we do," Nettles explained.Last week, the Fort Worth Police Department released a heavily redacted version of its chase policy. This move followed the city's legal battle with the Texas Attorney General's...
Republican primary candidates Congressional District 12
Congressional District 12 encompasses western Fort Worth to eastern Mineral Wells. U.S. Rep. Kay Granger (R) has served the district since 1997 and is not seeking re-election in 2024. Republicans who are running in the March 5 primary for CD 12 include Graig Goldman, Shelly Gardner, Anne Henley, Clint Dorris and John O’Shea. Dorris and O’Shea spoke during a Feb. 12 Republican candidate fair and forum hosted at Rockwood Golf Course in Fort Worth.
Republican primary candidates for Texas Court of Criminal Appeals
The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals is the court of last resort for all criminal matters in Texas and elects judges to eight possible seats for six year terms in a statewide election. The Presiding Judge’s office, along with Place 7 and Place 8 are up for election in 2024. The incumbents are Judge Sharon Keller (R), Judge Barbara Hervey (R) and Judge Michelle Slaughter (R), respectively. Gina Parker and Lee Finley, challengers for Place 7 and Place 8, respectively, spoke during a Feb. 12 Republican candidate fair and forum hosted at Rockwood Golf Course in Fort Worth. Hervey, Slaughter, Keller and David Schenk, Keller’s primary challenger, were not present for the forum.
TCU WR JP Richardson ready to get spring ball rolling
TCU receiver JP Richardson was one of the most productive players on the roster last season following his transfer from Oklahoma State. Richards was second on the team with 46 receptions, 536 yards while hauling in three scores. Richardson will be a key player for the Frogs’ heading into the...
City Council considers temporary closure of North University Drive
During Tuesday’s City Council work session, the Transportation & Public Works (TPW) Department presented a request from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) to temporarily close North University Drive from Jacksboro Highway (SH199) to Rockwood Park Drive. While construction will not start until 2026 or later, the support of City Council is needed now so that the USACE can finalize design plans for the future reconstruction of North University Drive as part of the Central City Flood Project.
‘Genuinely Texas’: Pro Bull Rider Ezekiel Mitchell Stars in TX Whiskey’s Inaugural ‘Tip of the Cap’ Campaign
On Tuesday, TX Whiskey officially announced a new campaign, titled “Tip of the Cap.” According to the Fort Worth-based brand, the Tip of the Cap campaign “champions Texan people, culture and causes by partnering with inspirational Texan heroes.” The first such hero is professional bull rider Ezekiel “Blue” Mitchell. Born and raised in Texas, Mitchell […] The post ‘Genuinely Texas’: Pro Bull Rider Ezekiel Mitchell Stars in TX Whiskey’s Inaugural ‘Tip of the Cap’ Campaign first appeared on Whiskey Raiders.
Miami Vice (Burger)
Vice Burger, 1515 W Magnolia Av, FW. 11am-8pm Sun-Tue. 817-985-6560. I know there are wide swaths of people who will not go near a plant-based meat substitute, and if you count yourself among that horde, I’m not going to try to convince you to give a Beyond or Impossible patty a chance any more than I would try to talk an entomophobe into eating a bowl of ants. And now that I think of it, I wouldn’t pressure a vegan to do that either, but I would definitely try to convince a person amenable to vegan-friendly protein patties to grab a bite at Vice Burger.
Where to go for National Margarita Day
DALLAS (KDAF) — National Margarita Day is tomorrow, Feb. 22. Here’s where to get the best deals to celebrate in Dallas/Fort Worth. SĒR Steak + Spirits will offer a margarita flight special for National Margarita Day on Feb. 22, including the signature Black Cadillac margarita. Learn more about this special deal here.
Feeling the heat? These new Six Flags Over Texas themed rides may just cool you off
Looking for places to chill this summer? Here’s a suggestion.
Things to do this weekend in Fort Worth: Get going with e-bikes, Shakespeare and a chili cook off
The weekend is almost here. Do you have plans yet? If not, don’t worry. We’ve got you covered with options ranging from soul food to Shakespeare, e-bikes to opera. If you’re looking for a little more zip in your two-wheeled ride, join bike enthusiasts for a Sansom Park twofer. You can grab a free cup of coffee and then roll an e-bike out for a test drive. As a bonus, the first 50 people in line will get a free mug.
These Brisket Smash Burgers Are So Good, They Annoy Their Pitmaster Creator
At six two and 270 pounds, chef Ethan Davis has a body built for smashing burger patties. He’s the kitchen manager and burger specialist at Dayne’s Craft Barbecue, in Aledo, just west of Fort Worth. It’s only appropriate that owners Dayne and Ashley Weaver would need a scouting report for folks to wield an aluminum spatula in a town whose identity is so tightly linked to football (Aledo High School has won eleven state championships in the last fifteen years). “Some of our employees can’t get high enough to get the leverage they need to get a good smash on it,” Weaver said, and he knows from experience. “I made the first seven thousand burgers myself.” He debuted the OG Burger in April 2021, and he was happy to relinquish the duties.
Where to eat in Fort Worth right now: 5 sinful desserts for February
Some of us stick by our new year’s resolutions to cut out sweets. Then there’s the rest of us, happy to break them in the name of a sinfully sweet dessert. Resolutions oftentimes start breaking around February. With that in mind, this month’s Where to Eat is dedicated to five new spots in and around Fort Worth with excellent desserts. Here's where to eat for February:Bricks and HorsesFor dessert and a show, look no further than the in-house restaurant at the new Bowie House hotel in the Museum District. The ranch-themed restaurant’s signature desserts are the housemade pies, in flavors...