Tarrant County's health director hopes the Hurst site will eventually administer about 2,000 vaccinations per day.
A 31-year-old man is dead after a shooting in Hurst Saturday morning.
Thrift for Good is now open in Hurst. The new second hand store will host a week-long grand opening event with fun giveaways and donation thank-you gifts November 22-29. For purchases made during the grand opening week, Thrift for Good will double their charitable giving and donate fifty percent of all proceeds to charity.
Workers who were around the polling center clerk are quarantining, and a replacement team is being put together to run the location.
The Hurst Euless Bedford school district celebrated its teachers and staff Friday morning before the start of the school year.
A Hurst man is back home and recovering from COVID-19 after spending 17 days in a hospital.
One charity is opening a new place to help many others. It’s a thrift store that is under construction in Hurst, in northeast Tarrant County.
There are seven North Texas shopping malls and outlet centers that will close Wednesday night due to coronavirus COVID-19.
Hurst police have arrested the person accused of shooting someone multiple times while trying to rob them outside of North East Mall Sunday afternoon.
Fire crews say that a fire that damaged a Hurst home Christmas night was caused by a charging hoverboard.
12/19 UPDATE: Hurst police say the woman they wanted to talk to after a shopping cart was taken with a child inside did not commit a crime. After police posted the woman's picture, she contacted them. Police believe it was a misunderstanding. No charges will be filed.
J.C. Penney is trying to reinvent the way you shop as a sort of last ditch effort to boost the brand.
College plans for students at two Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD high schools are in limbo after a shipment of International Baccalaureate exams was lost.
A man was fatally struck in Hurst Thursday afternoon while standing outside of his disabled vehicle.
The principal and a classroom teacher at a Bedford elementary school have apologized to parents for the teacher's use of a derogatory term as a nickname for her class.