From the Stockyards to hip hop, city leaders want Fort Worth to be known as a diverse backdrop for every culture. And it's getting just that — with the help of a new Kendrick Lamar video.
When doctors say anyone can be infected with the coronavirus, that also includes animals. This week, the Dallas Zoo announced five of its gorillas recently tested positive. They are the first positive cases since the pandemic started.
The Fort Worth zoo has been hiding a very sweet secret: A baby elephant was born at the zoo three weeks ago.
The "Happiest Place on Earth," just got more expensive.
The Dallas Zoo is mourning the loss of Marekani, a 3-month-old giraffe calf, after a catastrophic injury that veterinarians said had no hope of recovery. She was born at the zoo on July Fourth.
The new 30,000 square-foot center boasts six spaces, including a 442-seat main hall and a 196-seat black box theater. The weekend-long celebration starts Thursday night. It’s a culmination of the city's 30-year-plan to present nationally touring shows and create a new home for its five resident art companies.
Fort Worth has lassoed in the Professional Bull Riders World Finals. It will be a permanent move from Las Vegas, Nevada, to Dickies Arena, Will Rogers Memorial Center and other surrounding venues.
More people are now able to enjoy the arts with even more opportunities on the horizon. But rising COVID cases across North Texas could threaten to bring down the curtain once again.
The Adolphus Hotel in Downtown Dallas reopened its doors Thursday.
The Fort Worth Art Commission decided the city should keep a historic mural on the Will Rogers Auditorium.
The Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo kicked off Friday at its new home: the Dickies Arena.
The Dallas City Council has moved forward with a proposed plan to invest millions to renovate a historic ballpark in Reverchon Park in the Oak Lawn neighborhood.
Crews have closed off an area in the West End Historic District in Downtown Dallas that will become a new park.
The Netherlands will no longer go by its nickname of Holland come January.
Arlington city leaders approved a massive expansion to its growing Entertainment District.
The Dallas City Council reviewed plans for the ambitious $100 million expansion of Klyde Warren Park. The price tag might include $40 million in public funding.
After decades of standing in the dark, Pioneer Tower in Fort Worth is once again shining bright.
Volunteer searchers say they've found 42 bodies in a shallow pit in the desert near the Mexican resort town of Puerto Peñasco.
The world's first guitar-shaped hotel is set to open Thursday in South Florida.
The organization that receives tens of millions of tourism tax dollars from Dallas may be trying to get out from under the city's watchful eye.