The UTA men's and women's cross-country teams kicked off their 2020 season in Dallas on Friday evening at the UTA Cross Country Invite. The women raced two miles while the men raced four miles around the Jesse Owens Memorial Athletic Complex.
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.
Students living in on-campus dorms met their new homes for the Fall 2020 semester during the Move-In Event on Aug. 22. During the event, students and their families were required to face coverings and practice social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Residence halls set appointm…
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.
Demonstrators went in through different entrances to avoid security before gathering to rally against police brutality and racial injustice. They were escorted out and banned for a year.
Baseball fans gathered at Texas Live to watch a fan-less Globe Life Field host the Texas Rangers and Colorado Rockies play on opening day. The new Rangers ballpark was set to open in March, but the coronavirus outbreak delayed the opening.
The team will host the Colorado Rockies for a three-game series without fans July 24.
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.
The Arlington Independence Day Fireworks display continued this year with some changes for COVID-19. The display was moved from downtown to the Entertainment District and the parking lots at AT&T Stadium and Globe Life Field, where social distancing could be better practiced. This year, …
After two days of preparation and with the help of dozens of volunteers, the words "End Racism Now" were painted atop Main Street in downtown Fort Worth. The 190-foot wide mural was designed by Sedrick Huckaby, UTA associate painting professor, and his wife Letitia.
Thursday night marked the first transition of The Speakeasy Open Mic event to an outdoor drive-in format. Drivers parked their cars around a small pallet stage with a sound system that broadcasted the performances into the vehicles' radios. The Speakeasy has been operating since late 2017, o…
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…
93-year-old Opal Lee marched two and a half miles, followed by a caravan of vehicles supporting her call to make Juneteenth a national holiday. Lee walked from the Fort Worth Convention Center to the Will Rogers Memorial Center, where she thanked supporters. Lee completed her walk in about o…