Tuesday night's protest comes nearly a year after the highly publicized death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
UTA dropped the first game of a three-game series against Coastal Carolina University 8-7 on April 10 at Clay Gould Ballpark in Arlington.
Winning the final two games of their series against the Blue Jays and improved the Texas Rangers' record to 3-3 this season.
The men's and women's outdoor track and field teams earned a number of wins during the UTA Invitational on Friday and Saturday.
U.S. Marines and sailors with the 1st Marine Logistics group from Camp Pendleton, Calif., administered the vaccines at Arlington Esports Stadium and Expo Center, the new community vaccine site location.
The Mavericks run-ruled the Texans in their season opener. Next the team will take on the University of Oklahoma at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Students built snowmen and sledded after 139 hours of freezing temperatures from the winter storm left the campus covered in snow.
Koinonia Christian Church in Arlington and eight other churches distributed bottled water to residents on Friday following the Arlington boil water notice issued Wednesday.
The Texas Army National Guard helped distribute boxes with nonperishable foods like pasta, cereal, rice and beans to hundreds of families during the event Thursday.
The men's basketball team lost 63-56 against Texas State University on Feb. 11 at College Park Center. After the loss, the Mavericks dropped to an overall record of 11-10.
The program teaches children, many of whom come from single-parent or economically disadvantaged families, the importance of diligence and hard work.
As the spring semester begins with a mix of online, hybrid and face-to-face modalities, students encountered social distancing measures and signage encouraging mask wearing.
The Arlington Fire Department administered about 300 doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine Thursday at Esports Stadium Arlington.
The Wrangler National Finals Rodeo was held at Globe Life Field in Arlington for the first time. The event is typically held in Las Vegas but was moved to the home of the Texas Rangers due to COVID-19 restrictions in Nevada.
Multidisciplinary artist Mariell Guzman spray-painted a new mural on the side of Arlington Music Hall on Wednesday afternoon.
The Lady Mavericks kicked off the basketball season Wednesday morning against Texas A&M-Commerce at College Park Center. UTA was led by senior forward Bre Wickware with 21 points in the win over the Lions 74-45. The Lady Mavericks' next game is Nov. 29 against Midwestern State University.
An EF2 tornado moved through central Arlington Tuesday night damaging several businesses and residences. Arlington Police and firefighters reported to multiple reports of collapsed buildings and roof damage.
AT&T Stadium hosted top athletes from around the world during the Professional Bull Riders World Finals from Nov. 12-15. Due to Nevada’s COVID-19 restrictions, the event relocated from Las Vegas to Arlington.
Arlington residents stood in line as early as 4:30 a.m. braving temperatures in the 40s as they waited to vote.
The UTA volleyball team hosted its first home matches of the season Friday against Arkansas State University at College Park Center. The matches were rescheduled after being postponed due to COVID-19.
The new home of the Texas Rangers previously held games without fans in the seats because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Activist groups The Next Generation Action Network and We Take the Streets protested a Kentucky grand jury's decision not to file charges in the killing of Breonna Taylor.
UTA students spent the morning moving and off-loading mulch, creating a new trail for plants to grow in partnership with the Friends of O.S. Gray Natural Area group.
Thousands of American flags were placed as tribute to the men and women who lost their lives from the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
Adjunct associate professor William Venable wanted students to match faces with the names they'd see online, requiring one face to face meeting for the hybrid course.
The university has taken precautions to limit the spread of the coronavirus, including adjusted seating and requiring face coverings inside all campus buildings except when eating.
Protesters gathered for a march and rally against racial inequality at Main Street Garden Park in Dallas on Sunday afternoon. The demonstration was organized by Next Generation and began with a march through downtown Dallas before protesters marched onto U.S. 75.
The march was the latest of many demonstrations denouncing systemic racism in the aftermath of the killing of George Floyd on Memorial Day more than three months ago.
The distribution is part of Arlington's ongoing efforts to combat the spread of COVID-19, and the city handed out 254,000 masks before running out of boxes.
Firework sellers face uncertainty during the pandemic, but one retailer said she was shocked when her stands began selling out before the sun went down on Independence Day.
On Sunday evenings at the Campus Recreation Fields Complex's cricket pitch, you can find a group of friends playing their native Bangladesh's favorite sport. Members of the group play a simplified version of cricket because they usually don't have enough people required for the traditional 2…
Demonstrators assembled in downtown Arlington on June 1 to protest police brutality. Dozens of protesters marched through the streets of the city, occupying several intersections along Cooper and Division streets.
Sunday marked the third straight day of protests in Fort Worth against police brutality and racial inequality. Demonstrators began their protest at the Tarrant County Courthouse before marching through downtown.
Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of downtown on May 30 to condemn police brutality in Dallas. Demonstrators demanded justice for the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The peaceful protest was met with nonlethal force after patrol cars occupied by police officers we…
The All Veteran Group parachute team performed a demonstration May 25 in Arlington. The Memorial Day event was held to honor fallen military heroes and front-line workers during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
The Navy's Blue Angels flew over the Metroplex during Operation America Strong on May 6. The demonstration was organized to show support for medical workers fighting the coronavirus outbreak. The flight path took the squadron of McDonnell-Douglas F/A-18 Hornets from McKinney to Dallas before…
UTA students and staff share their experiences adapting to stay-at-home orders and social distancing in a series of interviews and photographs taken from their front lawns.
Four friends meet in a parking lot of a church while practicing social distancing April 27 in Fort Worth. The mothers have met three times since social distancing began as a means to unwind without their children, Burleson resident Margie Johnston said. The four friends put their kids to bed…
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Tarrant County has been providing free meals for members of the community since around March 24. From 4 to 6 p.m. Monday to Friday, the Elm Street location serves around 100 to 180 people a day, said Haley Vanderveer, Boys & Girls Clubs academic succ…
Tarrant County and the city of Fort Worth remain under a stay-at-home order due to COVID-19. The order has left downtown Fort Worth nearly deserted, with nonessential businesses forced to close. Only a few people walk through the once busy area with groceries, while others walk dogs and exercise.
SAN ANTONIO — These pictures were taken hours before the “shelter-in-place” took effect March 24 in San Antonio. Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff recently issued a stay-at-home order after the county had its first death caused by COVID-19. The Alamo closed, the riverwa…