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We hope you had a blast at the event. To keep the party going, make sure to watch our video recap from last night.
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TCU takes on the Iowa State Cyclones this Saturday night in Ames, Iowa, and Coach P stressed that his defense needs to start showing up at the beginning of games instead of waiting until the second half to begin playing up to its standards. He al
Trey Chapman visits Claudette Finley, owner of the Montgomery St. Cafe in Fort Worth, which has been a home cooking institution in the city for over 60 years.
Nancy Farrar travels to Shinjuku Station in Fort Worth to learn how to make spicy tuna rolls.
Do you like pizza?
The Fort Worth Zoo added two more giraffes to the herd, both males, on April 28 and May 23, 2015. At birth, Willie weighed in at 121 pounds and measured 5 feet, 10 inches tall.
Summer is coming and it's going to get hot! Check out Panther Island for some refreshing brews.
The Fort Worth Zoo unveiled its new Safari Splash attraction today and it looks like it's already a big hit.
What would you say if I told you a dishwasher from a local Fort Worth steakhouse is set to become the next big soul music sensation? Sounds like a script out of Hollywood right?
For the sixth year in a row, employee volunteers from XTO Energy, Inc. partnered with Trinity Habitat for Humanity to build a home in Sundance Square.
Nancy shows us how to make a simple yet tasty basil pesto.
We’re looking for recommendations for competitors who might join previous Top Chef winners Donatella Trotti of Nonna Tata, Don Agate (at the time) of Eddie V’s, Blaine Staniford of Grace Restaurant, Anthony Felli of Del Frisco’s and Todd Phillips
Owner, Jay Jerrier, and executive chef, Dino Santonicola, brought authentic Neapolitan-style pizza to two of Dallas' coolest neighborhoods (Deep Ellum and White Rock).