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TCU wide receiver Gunnar Henderson tallies 31 yards on 3 receptions on Sept. 24, 2022. (Photo courtesy of GoFrogs.com)

TCU victorious, Iron Skillet returns to Fort Worth

By Dru Kennedy, Staff Writer
Published Sep 25, 2022
TCU Football, in Sonny Dykes' return to Gerald J. Ford Stadium, defeated SMU 42-34. The Frogs are 3-0 to start the season.
Sewo Oloniluas fumble was recovered by Jaelen Austin for TCUs second touchdown of the night. TCU vs SMU. Photo by Cristian ArguetaSoto.

The Frog and Pony show: a history of TCU and SMU’s most memorable football matchups

By Joey Palmeri
Published Sep 25, 2021
The crosstown rivals matchup for the 100th time this Saturday.
Martin Luther King Jr. and Vada Felder smiling and standing directly right of King at the Majestic Theater on Oct. 22. (Photo courtesy of Brite Divinity School.)

Memorial to commemorate MLK Jr. to come to downtown Fort Worth

By Brandon Kitchin
Published Mar 25, 2018
The memorial plaque ceremony will be held Wednesday, Apr. 4 on the 50th Anniversary of King’s assassination.

Fort Worth mayor attends White House meeting amid sanctuary city debate

By Griffin Conboy
Published Jan 26, 2018
Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price attended the meeting in D.C. despite several other mayors refusing to show as a protest against the administration's stance on sanctuary cities.
The Tomlinsons Touching Lives Foundation and Albertsons will give away turkey dinners to families with vouchers Nov. 18. (Photo: Erin Ratigan)

TCU to host annual turkey giveaway

By Erin Ratigan
Published Nov 16, 2017
The Tomlinson's Touching Lives Foundation and Albertans will join forces to distribute turkey dinners to families in need Nov. 18 on TCU Parking Lot 14.
For its Harry Potter Extravaganza, Melt is offering a Wizard Sundae topped with butter beer sauce, pumpkin juice sauce, rosemary rock cake crumbles, whipped cream and a chocolate frog!

Melt ice cream shop embraces Halloween with magical flavors

By Kelsey Emery
Published Oct 30, 2017
Melt Ice Cream is in the Halloween Spirit with a Harry Potter themed store.

Western Hills teacher is finalist for Presidential Awards in Math and Science

By Daisha Sipho
Published Oct 12, 2017
Fort Worth ISD science is receiving state recognition that could turn national.

Long road to recovery: Harvey through the eyes of FW Fire

By Erin Ratigan
Published Sep 8, 2017
After the flooding from Hurricane Harvey, Fort Worth Fire Engineer Mike Drivdahl describes devastation he witnessed in Lumberton, TX.

How Drew Medford left his mark on Paschal Baseball

By Kristen Clarke
Published Apr 4, 2017
Members of the Paschal baseball team remember Drew Medford at a tournament dedicated to him.

Comin’ Up: saying goodbye to the gang life

By Beth Griffith
Published Apr 26, 2016
A look inside the life of young Fort Worth gang members and what led them to find a way out.

Fort Worth Firefighters Charities posts signs for drowning prevention month

By Joey McReynolds
Published Apr 13, 2016
The organization, along with Cook Children’s, donated $25,000 to post 1,800 signs at 900 pools with swimming safety tips.

Fort Worth officer still in critical condition, suspect charged

By Elizabeth Campbell
Published Mar 16, 2016
A Fort Worth police officer remains in critical condition at JPS Hospital as details emerge of the chase and confrontation that left the officer wounded by gunfire.