Fort Worth

Here Are Some Memorial Day Deals For Veterans

In honor of Memorial Day, veterans and active duty members will receive some special offers at these places. Just remember to show your Military ID when you go! Texas de Brazil Offer 50% discounts to vets and actives and 20% off up to six guests Twin Peaks Vets and actives will recieve a...
Read More
Harrison Ford

Harrison Ford Spotted Dining Out In Fort Worth

Harrison Ford stopped by for a quick bite at a local restaurant in Fort Worth.
Read More
Good Samaritan In Fort Worth Carries An Injured Older Man

Good Samaritan In Fort Worth Carries An Injured Older Man, Struggling To Walk, Back To His Car At Q.T.

There are still good people in this world! No surprise here that it involves a Texan.
Read More
Domino's Robbery

Man Dressed As Domino's Pizza Employee Tries To Rob Ft. Worth Domino's

NBC 5 reports that Friday afternoon, 22-year-old Andrew Peppers visited Domino's pizza and decided he wanted far more than pizza.
Read More
Texas,North Texas,Fort Worth,DFW,Beef,Meat,Recall,2018 March,USDA,100.3 Jack FM,Food,Local,News,Raw

Almost 4 Tons Of Raw Beef Recalled By North Texas Company

More than 7,000 pounds of raw beef has been recalled by a local North Texas company.
Read More
Peeps Beer

Fort Worth Brings You Peeps Beer For Easter

Nothing says Easter like beer!!!!!!!!!!! Peeps beer that is!!!!!!!!!!!
Read More

Fort Worth Considering New "Pooper Scooper" Ordinance

The ordinance could also include neighbors' lawns.
Read More
Pay What You Can Restaurant In Fort Worth

Fort Worth Couple Opens A "Pay What You Can" Restaurant

Back in December, Fort Worth became the home of Taste Community Restaurant, which is 100% "pay what you can."
Read More
Rock, Quarry, Fort Worth

Fort Worth To Convert Unused Quarry Into Condos, Theme Park, Beaches, And Live Music Venue

A rock quarry in Fort Worth has been left unused after a limestone-mining operation closed in the '70s.
Read More
Downtown Fort Worth

Westchester Plaza In Fort Worth To Be Imploded Sunday Morning

A Fort Worth building that was once one of the largest assisted living centers in the state that supported Medicaid recipients will be coming down this weekend.
Read More

Pages