Business in West - Arlington, TX

James Stupfel, 17, spent five months working on the concept for the 50 feet by 95 feet art piece.

Tonya Couch will now await her trial on money laundering and hindering apprehension charges in the Tarrant County Jail.

Chad Killen said he was outside, about to go in for the night, when a large man came around the corner of his building, pointed a gun at him and told him to get down on the ground.

Students at Old Union Elementary School in Southlake returned to school this week to the news their recess time will double after their pleas to their principal for more playground time last year.

New policies include a streamlined reporting process, a predetermined range of sanctions and more investigators.

St. Cecilia Catholic Church officials believe the Rev. Edmundo Paredes may have fled to his native country of the Philippines

An employee opened fire at a Houston-area food distribution center early Monday, killing a company manager and wounding another worker, police said.

New lane closures are planned for the next week as part of the $233 million Interstate 30/SH 360 Interchange Project and the SH 360 Widening Project. New aerial photos of the projects are available on the Keep 30360 Moving website. New or updated items are indicated in bold. The City of Arlington has…

CEDAR FALLS — What better way to cap off the summer than a free pool party? That’s what Kendal Crawford thought when he came up with the idea for the

Sermon: 8/19/2018 By: Mary Teague Visit Saint Matthew United Methodist Church online: www.saintmatthewumc.com www.facebook.com/saintmatthewumc ...

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A kaleidoscope of color is flowing out of the minds of a dozen artists at Hallmark. But this time, they aren't designing cards or wrapping paper. It's a much more personal touch.
"For me, doing something for the community is what is really good use of my time," said Grace Speicher, a Hallmark designer.

There's heated debate at a rare Sunday evening council meeting in Arlington over term limits. Council members are faced with a proposal that threatens their time in office.

Despite the heavy rain in the area, thousands of fans poured into Arlington's newest entertainment destination, Texas Live!, to enjoy the Dallas Cowboys and Texas Rangers games.

Mardel Christian book store and education supplier is here to meet the needs of homeschooling parents, educators, and all kinds of Christian lifestyles.

Bring home the reasons for the rules, and the risks of breaking them.
Ever wondered why your employees take unnecessary safety risks or neglect basic safety practices? While they may give you all kinds of excuses, a big reason may be the way humans think. People simply don’t believe they’re going to suffer any negative effects when they take chances. It’s what psychologists call the optimism bias: Humans underestimate the likelihood that something bad is going to happen to them.

Remington College may be able to help you fashion your creative energies toward a career in cosmetology, or simply take advantage of our salon services.