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In the southwest corner of Tarrant County, Texas, Mansfield has a population of over 56,000 people. CNN/Money Magazine rated Mansfield as one of the "Best Places to Live," in 2009. Civil Rights activist John Howard Griffin called Mansfield his hometown. Julian Feild and R.S. Man are credited with being the first builders of the area. Feild opened a general store and ended up being the first postmaster in 1860, when their first post office was built.

Population: 56368
Local Newspapers: Fort Worth Star Telegram
Local Sports Teams: TCU Horned Frogs Fort Worth Cats Texas Rangers Dallas Cowboys
Local Colleges: Texas Christian University Texas Wesleyan University

Zip Codes associated with mansfield, texas: 76063
Towns/Cities near mansfield, texas : Rendon Kennedale Cedar Hill Midlothian Venus Alvardo Burleson Crowley

Mansfield News
Live Fast, Die Young: Is SoundCloud Rap Too Dangerous to Go On?

It is 2018, and we are living through the Wild West of rap music. In the last two years, dozens of young hip-hop talents with wild clothes and even wilder hair have risen through massive success on SoundCloud and other social media platforms.

Alsabrook to speak at Genealogy

The speaker for the September 17 meeting of the Franklin County Genealogical Society will be Dawna Alsabrook of Mansfield, Texas.

Pickup strikes 18-wheeler, crashes into building in Johnson County

A pickup crashed into a building after hitting the rear tire of an 18-wheeler Tuesday night in Johnson County. The wreck happened around 10 p.m. in the 2700 block of FM917.

Texas animal rescue groups came together to save a badly injured...

But local residents in June couldn't bear that any longer when they saw that Hobo, who got his name because he hung around the railroad tracks, had a severe injury. A rope got trapped between the folds on his neck and became embedded in his skin.

Churches Celebrate Removal Of Fence That Separated Mansfield Cemeteries By Race

Man Fatally Shot By Arlington Police Identified; Glock, Pot, Ecstasy Found In Vehicle A man who was shot and killed by an Arlington officer while trying to flee a traffic stop has been identified.

Murder warrant unveils gruesome details in 37-year-old cold case of little boy

MANSFIELD, Texas-An arrest warrant affidavit gives a chilling and gruesome play-by-play of how investigators recently cracked the mystery behind a little boy's disappearance in 1981. Terry Woodson, 64, was arrested earlier this month for the alleged murder of his five year old nephew, Anthony, 37 years ago.

Community frustrated by little to no water for almost a week

It was more than a trickle, but the water pressure is still far less than normal at Khaled Abdelkhaleq's Johnson County home. "And this is only for a few hours," he said, standing at his kitchen sink with the faucet on all the way, but only a small stream flowing.

Father explains why he complained to Mansfield schools about gay art teacher

The father of two Charlotte Anderson Elementary students said he complained to Mansfield school district officials last year that art teacher Stacy Bailey was indoctrinating students with a "homosexual agenda" - a concern he still carries as he urges educators to leave their personal lives outside of classrooms. Paul Holding said he wanted to share his views while advocating for high professional standards within the district.

Uncle arrested on murder charge in 1981 disappearance of Mansfield child

Decades after 5-year-old Anthony "Burt" Woodson went missing in 1981, his uncle has been arrested and charged with his murder. The complaint against Terry Woodson alleges he beat Burt with "an electrical cord or with an item that is unknown to the grand jury," ultimately killing him.

North Texas man arrested in nephew's 37-year-old cold case murder

Anthony Woodson, 5, disappeared in August of 1981 after riding to a Mansfield convenience store with his uncle. Earlier this month, that uncle, Terry Woodson, was arrested for the boy's murder.

This $1.25 billion highway fixup will likely take out some homes and businesses

U.S. 287 and Interstates 20 and 820 in southeast Fort Worth are destined for a massive rebuild that could cost $1.25 billion. The Texas Department of Transportation will hold a public meeting July 19 at Dunbar High School.

Tay-K accomplice makes deal with prosecutors, agrees to testify against co-defendants

A second woman charged in a Mansfield home invasion and shooting that left a young father dead has struck a deal with prosecutors. As part of the agreement, 22-year-old Ariana Bharrat must truthfully testify in the upcoming capital murder trials of her three co-defendants, Sean Robinson, Jalen Bell, and rapper Tay-K 47, whose real name is Taymor McIntyre.

Drag boats return to Irvine Lake 28 years after tragic accident

Top Fuel Hydro racer Daryl Ehrlich puts shin guards on before climbing into his drag boat, and piloting it to speeds of over 200 mph in under four seconds at the Lucas Oil Drag Boat Racing Series at Irvine Lake on Sunday. Top Fuel Hydro racer Daryl Ehrlich puts his helmet on before climbing into his drag boat, and piloting it to speeds of over 200 mph in under four seconds at the Lucas Oil Drag Boat Racing Series at Irvine Lake on Sunday.

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