Fourth of July celebrations are kicking off Saturday evening across North Texas.
The U.S. flag has changed 27 times since it was first unveiled in 1777.
Thousands of flights were canceled at the start of the July 4th holiday weekend as airlines struggle to keep up with travel demand that’s meeting pre-pandemic levels.
The world-famous contest will grip the eyes and stomachs of spectators on July 4th, but some insiders say Mother Nature might hold the keys as to who ranks supreme.
The Navarro County judge says he’s on edge this Fourth of July weekend with the extreme drought conditions. He says he’s received some praise from the decision as well as criticism. But he says even a spark could turn into a fire that’s out of control.
The July 4th excitement is building across North Texas.
The folks behind the Fort Worth's Fourth celebration say it will end with the largest fireworks show in North Texas.
From Slurpees and ice cream to festive drinks and free kids’ meals, here’s a look at discounts and freebies to take advantage of this July 4th weekend.
Here’s how much Americans are shelling out for 4th of July food, fireworks and celebrations in 2022.
The sound of fireworks may scare your pet so much that they run off and potentially go missing, something the American Kennel Club says tends to happen during the holiday break.
One of the most impressive fireworks shows in the nation is preparing for its annual Independence Day celebration on July 3rd.
The Fourth of July is around the corner, and air travelers are making their plans to enjoy what may be the busiest travel season of the year so far.
Fans of Krispy Kreme can score a free doughnut every day through July 4, 2022, as well as get the chance to receive a free Original Glazed dozen.
Here’s a list of Fourth of July 2022 festivals, fireworks shows, parades and other events happening in North Texas to celebrate Independence Day.
With the increased fire danger throughout many areas of the Southwest, cities are looking to alternatives for their Fourth of July shows.
This is the first year Juneteenth is being widely recognized as a federal holiday, which means many offices and businesses will be closed.
“The holiday is important to reflect on freedom and reflect on who we are as a nation and who we want to be as a nation,” a museum curator explains.
The Fort Worth woman who helped make Juneteenth a federal holiday is inviting people to join her on her annual Walk for Freedom.
To celebrate Juneteenth, several organizations are hosting family-friendly events across North Texas.
We’re getting a first look at what the National Juneteenth Museum will look like when it's built in Fort Worth. The new details come just days ahead of the nation's second official Juneteenth commemoration.