After his dog ate his hearing aids, twice, Braden Baker made it his mission to raise awareness and give back to the hearing loss community.
An ex-convict and former gang leader advocates for his community, and other residents voice their concerns about revitalization in the Las Vegas Trail area in West Fort Worth.
The FBLA Club at Paschal High is signing up to compete at the area competition on Jan. 27th in Keller.
Westcliff Elementary teacher named Lockheed Martin chair for teaching excellence in elementary science
Westcliff Elementary’s fifth grade teacher, Jennifer Mitchell, was named the Lockheed Martin Chair for Teaching Excellence in Elementary Science.
The Fort Worth Animal Shelter staff is pushing to increase adoptions during National Adoption Weekend.
The “penny swap” and $750 million bond have been approved.
We’re going live Tuesday night.
Convoy of Hope partnered with the City of Fort Worth and many other local organizations this year to put on its biggest community event yet.
The fall musical not only entertains, but tackles everyday issues.
As the Fort Worth landfill fills up, the city creates a Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Plan to manage city waste.