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The fifth biggest city in the state of Texas Fort Worth was established in 1849 as an Army outpost. The city is names after Major General William Jenkins Worth second in command at the opening of the Mexican American War, and hero in the capture of the city of Puebla in Mexico. He dies in 1849 of Cholera and has a city, a county, and two lakes named in his honor. Today the city is home to Bass Performance Hall, Jubilee Theater, and both the Texas Cowboy and the National Cowgirl hall of fame.

Population: 720250
Local Newspapers: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Local Sports Teams: Fort Worth Cats (AAIPBL Baseball)
Local Colleges: Texas Christian University

Zip Codes associated with fort worth, texas: 76008 76028 76040 76052 76102 76103 76104 76105 76106 76107 76108 76109 76110 76111 76112 76114 76115 76116 76117 76118 76119 76120 76123 76126 76131 76132 76133 76134 76135 76137 76140 76148 76155 76179 76180 76248
Towns/Cities near fort worth, texas : River Oaks Saginaw Haltom City Arlington Pantego Forest Hill Kennedale Edgecliff Village Blue Mound Westover Hills

Fort Worth News
United Fort Worth seeks Tarrant County immigration enforcement information

Mexican cartel leader Rafael Caro-Quintero has been named to the FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list for his role in the 1985 murder of a DEA agent. A reward of up to $20 million is being offered for any information on Caro-Quintero.

Rabies found in wild animals in Fort Worth. Here's how to protect yourself

In separate incidents, family dogs interacted with a bat and with a skunk in the 76244 and 76131 zip codes, the city says. The Texas Department of State Health Services reported the bat and skunk were infected with rabies.

Luken Baker leaves TCU Baseball game with injury

TCU Baseball's super star slugger left Tuesday night's game against ACU in the seventh inning, limping off with the help of trainer Danny Wheat after sliding into second base. In a 2-2 ball game, Baker led off the seventh inning with a single.

Justin resident claims $1 million Texas Two Step lottery prize

The Denton County resident, who chose to remain anonymous, matched all four white ball numbers - and the bonus ball - in the April 2 lottery drawing. He or she bought the ticket at Super Saver Foods on West 1st Street in Justin and cashed out $1,025,007 in winnings.

Eaton High students demonstrate for action after Florida high school shooting

Students from Eaton High School in north Fort Worth held a campus demonstration to put a focus on gun violence at schools. Students from the high school recently participated the March For Our Lives in Fort Worth.

Even Fort Worth sees a worsening opioid crisis, police tell council

The Fort Worth City Council on Tuesday heard some startling numbers about opioid use in the city and Tarrant County, including that local opioid-related deaths more than doubled between 2010 and 2016 and that 1 in 3 residents entering MHMR Tarrant County treatment services in 2015 and 2016 were for opioid-related substance abuse. In Tarrant County in 2016, the opioid-related death rate was 4.9 per 100,000 people, up from 2 deaths per 100,000 in 2010.

Was it discrimination, or the dress code? Fort Worth took action a " in 1979

Black male club patrons report being turned away at the door based on fluid applications of the dress code. Several said their shoes were the determining factor, when other non-black men were admitted wearing similar shoes.

Southwest Airlines CEO speaks about woman's death after engine failure, emergency landing

After Southwest flight 1830 experienced engine failure resulting in the death of one woman, the company's chairman and CEO, Gary Kelly, released this statement. The flight from New York City to Dallas was forced to land in Philadelphia.

Crawfish crawl reveals a surprise near the heart of Fort Worth, and other 'fish in the sea'

Daniel Demaline cooks up tasty crustacean platters at Acadia Parish Crawfish in Lola's Saloon on W. 6th Street in Fort Worth Daniel Demaline cooks up tasty crustacean platters at Acadia Parish Crawfish in Lola's Saloon on W. 6th Street in Fort Worth Eating crawfish can be a messy, manicure-ruining experience, yet with each addictive slurp and twist, I have often secretly wondered: "Are these really good, or have I had too many beers?" At many area restaurants, mudbugs - in season from roughly March to June - are covered with so much Old Bay that it can become hard to make heads or tails of them.

Capital murder trial begins for Texas man accused of repeatedly stomping child's stomach

The capital murder trial for Joshua Beard of Arlington began Tuesday morning in Fort Worth. Beard, 24, is accused of beating and stomping to death his girlfriend's 18-month-old daughter in 2014.

Main Street businesses stranded by construction project

Fort Worth business owners feel pressure to close because the lengthy Trinity River Vision construction project has isolated them from customers along North Main Street Two firefighters and a water utility worker were burned Sunday after workmen nicked a natural gas supply pipeline while trying to repair a water leak in north Arlington. The three injured were taken to Parkland Hospital for treatment of their burns.

Unplug red light cameras

American Traffic Solutions , the leading road safety camera provider in North America, wants drivers to see this year's compilation of the worst red-light running crash videos and realize they are too dangerous to ignore. American Traffic Solutions , the leading road safety camera provider in North America, wants drivers to see this year's compilation of the worst red-light running crash videos and realize they are too dangerous to ignore.

Fort Worth Race and Culture task force reports disparities in criminal justice, housing

Briefings about police brutality cases and the Sheriff's Office's diversity preceded the approval of the interim report by the City of Fort Worth Race and Culture Task Force on Monday. Before its first public presentation of the information it has gathered since August 2017, the task force heard from Sheriff Bill E. Waybourn, who explained that his office is "extremely diverse" with women in leadership roles.

Popular Fort Worth bar may be using dress code to discriminate, clubgoers say

Black male club patrons report being turned away at the door based on fluid applications of the dress code. Several said their shoes were the determining factor, when other non-black men were admitted wearing similar shoes.

Man found guilty, gets life in woman's death, dismemberment

Jacqueline Vandagriff, 24, of Frisco, was found dismembered and burned on Sept. 14, 2016, at Acron Woods Park in Grapevine, Texas.

Fight at downtown Fort Worth library: Homeless man slashed with box cutter

An altercation between two homeless men at the Central Library in downtown Fort Worth on Friday afternoon ended with one of them slashed with a box cutter, Fort Worth police say. Police spokesman Tracy Carter said that the unnamed victim had "cuts on his face and body."

Delays and Closures in Fort Worth, Irving, Anna, Waxahachie

North Texas drivers will want to be aware of the following closures and delays to save some commute time this week. In Waxahachie the demolition of the Brookside Road Bridge over Interstate 35E begins.

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