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Federal Judge In Texas Rules 'Obamacare' Unconstitutional
FORT WORTH, Texas - A federal judge in Texas has ruled President Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act unconstitutional. U.S. District Judge Reed O'Connor ruled Friday that last year's tax overhaul knocked the constitutional foundation from under the health care act dubbed by critics as "Obamacare."
Immense Castle-Like Home Hits The Dallas Area Market
KELLER, TX -- It's no coincidence that this castle-like mansion sits on Buckingham Drive. The 6,346 square foot property has a giant, professional-grade, kitchen, and picturesque backyard. Learn more about the listing below.
Mineral Wells city manager position officially posted online
The search for Mineral Wells' next city manager is officially on. Strategic Government Resources, the Keller firm hired by Mineral Wells City Council to seek and recommend qualified candidates, has posted the position to its website. SGR will also distribute the position among its network and client
Southlake’s 5 Biggest Restaurant Closings of 2018
This year has brought us plenty of exciting restaurant ventures and new businesses, but it also acted as the last year for a few of our favorites. While this list doesn’t encapsulate all the eateries that have closed in 2018, these are five restaurants that we personally will miss.
Fort Worth church sets up Christmas lights with a mission
FORT WORTH, Texas - For seven years, Pastor Eddie Worthy and the members of Olive Place Baptist Church in West Fort Worth have put on a Christmas light show that is synchronized to music.
Arrest made in fatal crash
ERATH COUNTY (December 14, 2018) – Alyssa Gayle Litwin, 33 of Stephenville, was arrested Friday morning on warrants for felony charges stemming from the fatal crash near Morgan Mill on December 3 that killed two children and put their mother in a Fort Worth hospital.
Cleveland looks to ex-Ranger from Keller for bullpen help
Injury-plagued right-hander Jon Edwards, who made his major-league debut with the Texas Rangers in 2014, could find a spot in Cleveland's re-worked bullpen next season. Cleveland manager Terry Francona told reporters during the winter meetings at Las Vegas that Edwards is a "huge sleeper'' for the b
Giant Mansion Near Downtown Fort Worth Hits The Market
FORT WORTH, TX -- You never have to trudge your dirty clothes up and down stairs again thanks to this palatial property's two laundry rooms. This massive 8,000 square foot home is less than 15 miles from downtown and includes vaulted ceilings, a huge media room, and swimming pool with water slide. L
BREAKING: Federal Judge in Texas Rules Obamacare Unconstitutional
U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor in Fort Worth, Texas declared that Obamacare is unconstitutional in a Friday ruling. Last year, Congress invalidated the tax penalty for not purchasing insurance which opened up doors for the constitutionality of Obamacare to be challenged.
Mansfield wants its own shopping district, and Shops at Broad takes shape
In sprawling Texas, retailers and shopping center developers still define convenience with stores near new rooftops. Mansfield, a fast-growing city in southern Tarrant County with a population of 70,000, is the latest community to get a shopping district. The Shops at Broad is part of an 81-acre mix
Texas man who allegedly tried, failed to kidnap teen jogger is arrested
A Texas man was taken into custody on Tuesday for the attempted kidnapping of a 15-year-old girl who managed to escape the ordeal, authorities said. Law enforcement learned that the teen had been out jogging on Dec. 2 when a person she described as a Hispanic male came near her, the Brazoria County
Best Christmas Light Displays in Dallas & Fort Worth
Pack up your minivan, buckle up and enjoy the ride on Christmas Eve as here are some of the best Christmas light displays throughout Dallas and Fort Worth!. Celebration of Lights- Drive through the Boulevard at SMU for a breathtaking experience with over 100,000 lights to ring in the Holiday season
Big Willy’s owners to refund consumers for Hurricane Harvey price gouging
AUSTIN – Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced his Consumer Protection Division finalized a settlement with the owners of 11 gas stations – mostly Big Willy’s – accused of price gouging last year during the state of disaster declared for Hurricane Harvey.
Driver dressed as Santa shot at in Tarrant County while on way home from Christmas party
A man dressed as Santa Claus was shot at Tuesday night by another driver on Interstate 20 in Tarrant County. The man and his wife were not injured, but Forest Hill police are investigating the shooting, according to KXAS-TV (NBC5).
Worker seriously injured after falling from Tarrant County courthouse clock tower
A man was seriously injured Tuesday morning after falling from the clock tower at the Tarrant County courthouse in downtown Fort Worth. He was working on the clock tower when he fell about 15 feet, according to the Fort Worth Fire Department. Firefighters, who were called to the courthouse in the 10
Snowy weather stays west of Dallas-Fort Worth
DALLAS - Some residents living west of Dallas-Fort Worth are waking up to wintry weather Friday morning. FOX 4’s Shannon Murray is on her way to Eastland, about 90 miles southwest of Fort Worth, where the wind chill is about 21 degrees. Snow is reportedly falling there.
Dispute Among Texas Republicans Over Muslim Politician Pits Religious Diversity Against Claims of ‘Stealth Jihad’
Lisa Grimaldi Abdulkareem describes herself as a conservative Republican who believes in freedom and prosperity. “Less bureaucracy, lower taxes and stronger national security — it is simple for me,” said Abdulkareem, the Tarrant County GOP’s vice chair for precinct recruitment and volunteers.
ME: 2-year-old Arlington girl died from beatings, dehydration
ARLINGTON, Texas - The death of a 2-year-old girl in Arlington last month was no accident, according to the Tarrant County medical examiner. A newly released medical examiner’s report listed Aniyah Darnell's cause of death as "battered child with dehydration." Her death was also labeled a homicide.
Fort Worth Police Warn of Warrant Phone Scam
Fort Worth Police are warning residents of a phone scam going around involving a warrant for missing jury duty. Investigators said they have received reports of three separate phone calls of this nature.
Woman Shot Outside Apartment In Tarrant County Believes She Was ‘Targeted’
Bedford, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – A woman was shot three times walking to her car Sunday morning in Tarrant County. The Bedford Police Department said the woman was in the parking lot of the Copper Hill Apartments around 4:45 a.m. when a man pointed a gun at her.