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What to know: A forgotten Fort Worth hero and the World’s Largest Resta-Tonk?

Those darn rabbit holes I thought I had gone down that 1936 Olympics rabbit hole as far as I...

Billy Bob’s the World’s Largest … Resta-Tonk?

The World’s Largest Honky-Tonk – or is that Resta-Tonk? – is set to open again. Billy Bob’s Texas, along...

Survivors mark 75th anniversary of world’s 1st atomic attack

By MARI YAMAGUCHI Associated PressHIROSHIMA, Japan (AP) — The dwindling witnesses to the world's first atomic bombing marked its 75th anniversary Thursday,...

Fiesta Restaurant Group: 2Q Earnings Snapshot

DALLAS (AP) _ Fiesta Restaurant Group Inc. (FRGI) on Wednesday reported a loss of $8.3 million in its second quarter.On a per-share...

Fort Worth rings bells in recognition of peace for all

Churches, organizations and citizens of Fort Worth, the United States, and Japan will ring bells to recognize 75 years of peaceful relationships...

What to know: Fort Worth entrepreneur ready for his close-up

Hitler and the women of the 1936 Olympics I’ve got to give props to KTCK Ticket host Dan McDowell...

USS Fort Worth Support Committee gets new executive director

Hanna Bell is the new executive director of the USS Fort Worth Support Committee, returning to her hometown...

Whataburger at 70!

Seventy years. That’s how long Whataburger has been serving their signature burgers. August 8, 1950 was the day when founder, Harmon...

Lena Pope urges support of Tarrant County restaurants during DFW Restaurant Week

Lena Pope, the Tarrant County beneficiary of DFW Restaurant Week for the past 22 years, is urging local...

No masks, no distance: Pandemic wedding horrors for vendors

By LEANNE ITALIE Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — Wedding planners, photographers and other bridal vendors who make the...

What to know on Tuesday, Aug. 4: Council session and stepping in it

Here’s what to know on Aug. 4, the day in 1892 when Lizzie Borden's parents were murdered in Fall River, Massachusetts -that...

Free webinar: Changing Technology in Immigration Court

Texas A&M Law presents Changing Technology in Immigration Court: COVID-19 and Beyond Tuesday, August 4 at 12 noon.Examine...

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Fort Worth City Council takes first look at $782M 2021 budget

The City Council got its first look at a proposed $782 million fiscal 2021 general fund budget Tuesday at the Fort Worth City Council...

New Zealand scrambles to find source of new virus infections

By NICK PERRY Associated PressWELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Health authorities in New Zealand were scrambling Wednesday to trace the source of...

Memorial set in Houston for slain Texas soldier

HOUSTON (AP) — A memorial for a slain Texas soldier has been scheduled more than three months after she was killed by...

Lillard pours in 61 to lift Blazers past Mavs, 134-131

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) — Damian Lillard is simply willing the Portland Trail Blazers toward the postseason.The veteran guard tied a...