Dan Cavanagh to serve as interim dean for the College of Liberal Arts beginning Sept. 2 after outgoing dean Elisabeth Cawthon announced her resignation from the position June 14.
CAPS plans to continue offering telehealth counseling for the rest of the summer and into the fall as COVID-19 concerns impact students' mental health.
Jay Tillerson, UTA assistant police chief, said the authorities should be notified if a suspicious person is spotted underneath or around a vehicle.
Archivists are asking university members and local communities to donate to the collection, which will be used for future research and education purposes.
Brandi Alcantar, animal cruelty investigator for the City of Arlington, shares her advice for animal hydration and care, especially during the summer months.
The Faculty Senate has been discussing the search with UT System Chancellor James Milliken since it went on a hiatus because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Madison Gordon, National Weather Service meteorologist, recommends people keep an umbrella handy if they plan to go out during the week.
The weeklong orchestra program helps middle school and high school students across the Metroplex improve their instrumental skills every year.
The U.S. recorded 259 deaths, 656 injuries and 17 mass shootings over the Fourth of July holiday weekend between July 2 and July 5.
Candidates Jake Ellzey and Susan Wright are running to fill the vacancy of Texas’ 6th Congressional District seat after the death of U.S. Rep. Ron Wright.
The organization hopes to impact the campus through diversity, inclusion and equity, as well as provide scholarship, mentorship and internship opportunities.
The changes follow the Food and Drug Administration's review of supporting data and include new information about Guillain-Barré syndrome.
Jason Godwin, National Weather Service meteorologist, recommends avoiding outdoor activities during the hottest part of the day, using sunscreen and staying hydrated.
Psychology professor Daniel Levine's book, Healing the Reason-Emotion Split: Scarecrows, Tin Woodmen, and the Wizard, was published Dec. 30 and copyrighted this year.
Driveway closures are also possible, but residents will be given a minimum of 48 hours notice before a disturbance, and essential services will continue as usual.
COVID-19 hospitalizations have increased by 58% over the past two weeks in Tarrant County, and the Delta variant of the virus is spreading rapidly among the unvaccinated population.
There are 210 minority and women-owned companies certified to work with the city, and the program aims to help such businesses become prime contractors or consultants.
Each fellow in the program will be coached by two mentors to advance socio-ecological and spatial justice, equity and inclusion.
This is the second year the show was held at the Entertainment District for COVID-19 safety protocol purposes but the city plans to move the show back to Downtown Arlington next year.
Hundreds of attendees gathered to celebrate the Fourth of July after last year’s parade went on hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Unsettled weather patterns will bring daily afternoon rain chances, said Monique Sellers, National Weather Service meteorologist, so citizens should carry an umbrella.
22-year-old Junior Ezeonu graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in political science in May 2021 and launched his campaign while still a student.
Forster touched the lives of many through her time teaching, directing and performing, and students fondly remember her as both a dance instructor and a mentor.
The popular venue has entertained Arlington citizens for 13 years and welcomes back musicians and fans with live concerts this summer and fall.
Jim Ross replaced outgoing Mayor Jeff Williams, while Nikkie Hunter replaced outgoing District 3 council member Marvin Sutton.
The city council approved an agreement allowing the company to build a fiber optic network that would be much faster than traditional copper cabling.
After a year-long hiatus, the city will host a fireworks show at 9:30 p.m. Saturday and a two-mile Independence Day Parade at 9 a.m. July 5.
The Campus Cat Coalition announced the presumed death of the affectionately known cat June 17, and a memorial is being planned.