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2013-2014 Big 12 Basketball Preview

Nov 20, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite
Can super freshman Andrew Wi More

2013 Big 12 Football Preview

Jul 30, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite
Will Aaron Colvin (pictured above) and Oklahoma come out on top in the Big 12? More

Knox high on UCLA

Jul 3, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite
Demetrius Knox gets to block and pave the way for Louisville RB commit Daniel Gresham at Ft. Worth (TX) All Saints Episopal. Knox is also recognized as one of the top OL throughout the country and says “I’d love to play with Daniel (Gresham), Jerrod Heard, KD Cannon, Jamal Adams, and/or More

Williams new interest has provided him motivation

Apr 2, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite
Things have really picked up for 2014 guard Shaquille Williams, the talented guard has picked up some interest from some D-1 programs rec ently but knows he’s facing a up-hill battle and has to show the programs that he deserves one of their coveted scholarships. More

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Nurse with Ebola gets plasma from Dr. Brantly

Oct 13, 2014 • Fort Worth Star Telegram
The young nurse infected with Ebola in Dallas — a Texas Christian University graduate with deep roots in Fort Worth — received plasma from Dr. Kent Brantly, who survived the virus, a spokeswoman at the Samaritan's Purse charity said Tuesday. Brantly ... More

“We're All in a Living Science Experiment": Ebola Lessons Hit Close to Home ...

Oct 21, 2014 • NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
At Texas Christian University's Fort Worth campus of yellow brick buildings, green quads and purple depictions of the school's mascot, a horned frog, the nursing students are keeping up with the latest developments on Ebola and here, their discussions ... More

'Breach In Protocol' Leads To Latest Ebola Diagnosis

Oct 13, 2014 • CBS Local
The nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, who is a 2010 graduate from Texas Christian University's nursing program in Fort Worth, has been unable to pinpoint exactly how and when she contracted Ebola. The nurse, who has not been publicly ... More

TCU Dominates Tulane in Season Opener

Sep 27, 2014 • SwimSwam
Fort Worth, TX – The Texas Christian University (TCU) Horned Frogs opened their 2014-15 Women's Swim and Dive season on September 27, 2014 with a victory at home against the Tulane Green Wave. These two teams were last pitted against one another ... More

Family and Friends Day at Mt. NeboAME Church in Moab

Oct 16, 2014 • Lexington Leader
Allene is a descendent of Moab Community, born July 23, 1933. After graduating school in the. Moab Community, she went on to attend Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, TX. In September 1962, Allene became one of the first three black ... More

CDC acknowledges it could have done more on Ebola

Oct 14, 2014 • FOX 4 News
Pham's parents live in Fort Worth, where they are part of a close-knit, deeply religious community of Vietnamese Catholics. Members of their church held a special Mass for her Monday and sorority sisters at the Texas Christian University held a ... More

Tarleton hires new police chief

Oct 7, 2014 • Stephenville Empire-Tribune
His 28 years with the Fort Worth Police Department included higher education experience as the police liaison with Texas Christian University,” Doty said. “That includes extensive experience with sexual assault cases, a very important area for us as we ... More

Wendy Davis Struggles to Gain Traction in Texas Governor's Race

Oct 5, 2014 • Wall Street Journal
Ms. Davis, a 51-year-old who rose from teenage parenthood to attend Harvard Law School, faces a “Mount Everest” climb in the final month of her campaign, said Jim Riddlesperger, a political-science professor at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth. More

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