Hot off the presses Travel 2 Fort Worth brings you the latest breaking Fort Worth News Stories to hit the internet. We make a point of updating today’s headlines at least twice a day so make sure to check back for all your Fort Worth News Headlines
- Say Yes to NOS Bar
Say what you want about the south side of West 7th Street. At least Fred’s is there. While you hear about the shiny shops and chef-driven restaurant concepts struggling to stay open, Fred’s is still consistently awesome and busy, a bustling oasis of Fort Worth culture, great grub, and “cold-ass” beer. When the Trinity River Vision’s much ballyhooed Trinity Uptown (or Central City or whatever it’ll be known as) finally opens for business, I hope the NOS Bar gets to be that neighborhood’s version of Fred’s.
- Fight for Maddie, Lola’s Food
There’s no limit to the nice things that can be said about The Spiral Sound bassist Patrick Higgins. His generosity of spirit no doubt helps explains the outpouring of support for his and wife Melanie Higgins’ 5-year-old daughter Maddie, who was recently diagnosed with Grade IV astrocytoma, an aggressive malignant brain tumor, and has been undergoing intense treatment.
- Washington Math
The letter from U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison in response to a query was nice, but, um, factually challenged. Topic: the Keystone XL Pipeline, which would run from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico (via Texas). Problem: Hutchison’s statement that the 1,700-mile behemoth would add 250,000 permanent jobs in this country.
- Storms in New Jerusalem
When Garret Storms auditioned last year for Stage West’s current production of David Ives’ New Jerusalem, his hopes weren’t particularly high. He’d just returned to Fort Worth to live with his family after earning a BFA in musical theater at Sam Houston State University. His resumé of local productions wasn’t long, and his main goal was to introduce himself to North Texas theater companies so they’d keep him in mind whenever good roles came up. So when Stage West’s Peggy Kruger-O’Brien called him back to say they wanted him for the central role in Ives’ play –– the part of the hugely influential 17th-century Jewish philosopher Baruch Spinoza –– he didn’t believe it at first.
- Couple accused of Southlake ‘smash-and-grabs’
SOUTHLAKE — A Whitesboro couple traveled more than an hour to break into cars in Southlake, police say.
- Arlington woman stabbed to death, police say
The woman was found about 9 a.m. in the 2700 block of South Collins Street. Police have not released her identity.
- Euless demolition firm’s truck cited for damage to Grapevine bridge
The truck was carrying equipment almost two feet higher than the bridge clearance
- Couple accused of Southlake ‘smash-and-grabs’
SOUTHLAKE–A Whitesboro couple traveled more than an hour to break into cars in Southlake, police say.
- Mom of DART Suspect Took Teen Back to Station
The mother of a 14-year-old who is one of four juveniles accused of killing a 19-year-old at a DART station says she took her son back to the station to report the crime.
- Pig Blood in the Trinity River in Dallas
Pig blood confirmed seeping into Trinity River from Dallas meat packing plant.
- Trophy Club Residents Want New Town Leaders
A group of Trophy Club residents are ready to find new city leaders because of a development fight.
- DOD Ending Military Flights Through DFW
The U.S. military’s rest-and-relaxation flights soon will no longer pass through Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
- DART Murder Suspect Claims Self-Defense
The 20-year-old man says the victim charged him and his younger brother, so he shot twice.
- Dallas Plant Investigated For Dumping Pig Blood Into Trinity River
Federal, state, and local authorities say a Dallas meat-packing company is under criminal investigation for possibly illegally dumping pig blood into a creek that leads to the Trinity River.
- Rangers Sign 1B-OF Brad Hawpe To Minor-League Deal
The Rangers announced Friday that they are also inviting the Fort Worth, Texas, native to their major-league camp this spring.
- FC Dallas Signs Panamanian Defender Rodriguez
Rodriguez played against FC Dallas with Tauro FC in the CONCACAF Champions League, picking up one assist in two games.
- T.O. Signs With Allen Wranglers
Josh & Elf Show spoke with some of the men behind the big decision – former Cowboys great Drew Pearson (GM) and Jon Frankel (owner) of the Allen Wranglers.
- Semi-Trailer Shop Foreman
Company:Great Dane TrailersCity:DallasPhone:(214) 637-2425Details:Apply in person on Tuesdays only4115 Port Blvd.Dallas, Texas 75247About this job:Must have knowledge of trailer shop repair facilities and functions.More Information: www.greatdanetrailers.com
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