Rebecca McRobbie

Rebecca McRobbie

Senior City Editor, FTWtoday

Rebecca is based outside of Dallas, TX and joined 6AM City as a launch editor for FTWtoday. She was born and raised in North Texas, and produced newscasts across the country for three years before returning to Dallas to work on the Good Day morning show. She loves being outdoors with her dog + trying new restaurants around town.

The renovation will create a pedestrian-friendly destination with shops, walkways, and restaurants.
Here’s a look at the must-see concerts happening around the 210 this year.
Check out this list of local spots to host your next party, reunion, or reception.
Mark your calendar for these highly anticipated concerts and music festivals coming to Dallas-Fort Worth in 2024.
Spring is here — it’s time to throw open those windows, air out those closets, and give gently used items a new home.
Spring is here — it’s time to throw open those windows, air out those closets, and give gently used items a new home.
Dig into delicious and nutritious vegan and vegetarian fare in every corner of Fort Worth.
If you don’t have coffee already in hand, consider this your sign to grab some.
Check out our guide to the many meaningful murals you can find around our city.
Pull out those planners for some egg-citing events to celebrate Easter around Fort Worth.
Cowtown’s premiere foodie event will span four days with delicious bites, drinks, and good company.
Celebrate the Irish holiday with local happenings around Cowtown.
From the TCU Horned Frogs to the Arlington Renegades, we’re giving you the 411 on the beloved sports teams in North Texas. Read everything from the Texas Ranger’s big move to DFW to how the Dallas Cowboys got the nickname America’s Team.
Fort Worth’s restaurants, cafes, and diners serving up all the eggs, pancakes, mimosas, and other brunch favorites you want to eat.
The city will shut down all six lanes of North University Drive from Jacksboro Highway to Rockwood Park Drive in mid-2026.
From family-owned restaurants to venues, here are the Fort Worth businesses our readers miss the most.
Find your forever best friend at a local pet shelter.
Tell us which business you think deserves a second chance.
These pasture-raised eggs will brighten your breakfast table.
The brainchild of Opal Lee, the National Juneteenth Museum is scheduled to open on the Eastside in 2025.
Whether you’re looking for a beautiful spread for your next party, the perfect snack for a night in, or just want to treat yourself, we’ve got you covered with these local charcuterie boards.
National Margarita Day is Thursday, Feb. 22. Let’s get salty (or spicy).
Which restaurant are you going to try first?
The Horned Frogs will compete in the NFL event at Lucas Oil Stadium.
The list of best-performing cities considers the economy, resiliency, and growth of 400+ cities. See where Fort Worth ranked.
There’s still time to stock up — Girl Scout cookie season runs through March 3.
Don’t miss the amazing spectacle — DFW won’t be in a solar eclipse’s path of totality again until 2317.
There are some truly unique world records set throughout the world. Here are a handful of records proudly held by locals in the Fort Worth area.
Mark your calendar for these highly anticipated concerts and music festivals coming to Louisvillle in 2024.
All 22 athletic programs at TCU will utilize the facility to focus on mental health and well-being, including strength, nutrition, wellness, and restoration.