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The teams gather on the field before the game (Lucy Puente/TCU360)

Fifth annual Drew Medford Memorial Tournament honors former Paschal pitcher, awards 20 scholarships

By Lucy PuentePublished March 28, 2021

Twenty scholarships were awarded to local high school baseball players last week at an annual tournament in honor of a former Paschal High School pitcher. The fifth annual Drew Medford Memorial Baseball...

Lojewels at a pop-up shop event last year. (@Lojewels/instagram)

Social media post helps former TCU Showgirl launch a jewelry and clothing line

By Lindsey BakonyiPublished March 24, 2021

A TCU alumna was able to start a jewelry company after a social media post of a bracelet she made led people to ask her about where she got it. Lauren Godby, who graduated with a strategic communication...

TCU students have a host of ice cream options around them (Lucy Puente/TCU360)

The cold scoop: Ranking the best ice cream shops in Fort Worth

By Lucy PuentePublished March 22, 2021

Whether it's a treat with friends, a date night or a reward after a long day full of studying, many TCU students agree that ice cream hits the spot. Fort Worth has many ice cream options to offer to...

The pop up turkey leg shop drew thousands (Lucy Puente/TCU360)

Thousands turn out to try pop-up Turkey Leg Hut

By Lucy PuentePublished March 20, 2021

Potter's House of Fort Worth had an endless line Saturday evening. Families and friends were prepared to wait up to 10 hours for a smoked turkey leg. Cajun Crawfish Mac & Cheese Turkey Leg...

Dallas Police Department Chief Joseph Hannigan bows his head during a moment of silence at a ceremony outside City Hall in downtown Dallas on Friday, July 7, 2017. The ceremony was organized to remember the five law enforcement officers killed in a sniper attack at a Black Lives Matter demonstration in downtown Dallas on July 7, 2016. (AP Photo/Jaime Dunaway)

Thirty-one North Texas minors rescued in human trafficking operation

By Logan OrsiniPublished March 17, 2021

A 30-day joint law enforcement operation helped rescue 31 North Texas children, including a 13-year-old who was being held in a Fort Worth apartment.  “Operation Missing in the Metroplex”...

Snow fountains

Winter storm benefits businesses around TCU

By Schuyler O'Brien and Katherine GriffithPublished March 4, 2021

https://vimeo.com/519289350 Many students and staff were negatively affected by last month's winter storm, but businesses around the TCU community benefited from the disruptions.  Robin Smith,...

TCU pipes are being repaired during the winter storm

TCU student has running water turned back on after nearly two weeks without it

By Lindsey BakonyiPublished March 3, 2021

One TCU student and her family went without water for nearly two weeks after the February storm that led to widespread outages and water loss across Texas. Annie Ogren, a junior communication studies...

Inside the conservatory at the Fort Worth Botanic Gardens. Tables for dining will be placed along the pathway six feet apart to follow. (Caroline Fisher/Reporter)

Fort Worth Botanic Garden postpones ‘Valentine’s in the garden’ event

By Caroline FisherPublished February 14, 2021

The Fort Worth Botanic Garden isn’t just featuring flowers this Valentine’s Day weekend; it’s also serving up dinner for $150 a couple.  Located on South University Drive, the garden is serving...

Outside of ZaLat Pizza in Fort Worth. (Photo by Stephanie Joynt)

ZaLat Pizza overcomes COVID-19 challenges

By Stephanie JoyntPublished December 2, 2020

One Fort Worth restaurant has increased its profits and not laid off any employees despite the economic challenges posed by the pandemic. ZaLat Pizza was founded in Dallas in 2015 and expanded to...

Worshippers gathered in Trinity Park Friday, Oct. 2. to participate in the Let Us Worship event. Few wore masks or practiced social distancing. (Haeven Gibbons/Staff Reporter)

Leader of the ‘Let Us Worship’ movement brings his message to Fort Worth

By Haeven GibbonsPublished October 5, 2020

Thousands of worshippers, including some TCU students, gathered in Trinity Park Friday to participate in a “Let Us Worship” protest in response to church shutdowns amid the pandemic. The protest...

DFW students protest for climate action

DFW students protest for climate action

By JD PellsPublished March 2, 2020

A group of college students from the Metroplex led a climate change protest Saturday at Trinity Park, challenging political figures who took money from fossil fuel executives and calling for immediate...

Paschal-area residents opposed to new apartments

Paschal-area residents opposed to new apartments

By Collin GrayPublished February 26, 2020

Paschal High School. Photo by Collin Gray. Residents of the Paschal neighborhood surrounding TCU are concerned about safety and overpopulation after new apartments were proposed to come to the area....

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