Teachers, students say it’s the principal doing the bullying.
Last March, Faith Ayala, a teacher of 32 years, stood up at a Birdville school district board meeting and said something so radical that it could jeopardize her job: “There is something wrong at Haltom High.” Ayala talked a...
How A Navy Veteran Made A Mary Kay Beachhead
ANNABELLE MASSEY MALLOY
ANNABELLE MASSEY MALLOY
Being a woman in the U.S. Navy was a tough job, Debra Cardenas said. Meaning, you had to be tough to survive. Women who wanted to do something beyond secretarial jobs, she said, “had to carry themselves in a different way. We...
Don’t Let This One Pass “Go” Next week, the Fort Worth City Council may declare bankruptcy. Of the moral variety, that is. Despite virulent opposition from a small handful of citizen activists, the council will consider a...
Neighborhood loses fight against apartments.
The latest evidence of pressure on Fort Worth’s Linwood enclave is a project that will cast a long shadow on the park named for a man who fought to preserve the modest but tight-knit neighborhood through floods, a major torna...
More than 700 miles of pipelines carrying corrosive gas run under Fort Worth — but no one’s sure exactly where.
On Monday, June 7, 2010, workers installing a utility pole outside of Cleburne, in Johnson County, struck a buried natural gas line. The explosion that followed left one person dead, sent several others to area hospitals, and s...
When a small group of people began protesting construction of the southern leg of the Keystone Pipeline — which will carry dangerous Canadian tar sand bitumen from Cushing, Okla., to Houston and Port Arthur — they were ...
JOHN Q. READER
To the editor: Jeff Prince’s “Other Side of the Gavel” story (Oct. 31, 2012) serves as a “buyer beware” to anyone considering leasing or purchasing a home without benefit of counsel. Sure it costs to have an attorney ...
Experience may or may not bring in audiences for The Texas Daily.
Banter begins as soon as Suzie Humphries, Midge Hill, and Jeff Brady walk through the studio door, still 30 minutes before cameras start rolling on The Texas Daily at 8 a.m. sharp. They chat like BFFs and barely notice when a c...
Are religious groups finally gaining momentum on climate change?
There was a moment, Melissa Ashmore is sure of it, when the officials from the Environmental Protection Agency started paying attention. It was the moment she began talking about Jesus. The Environmental Protection Agency had c...
Public safety advocates document harmful gas emissions from injection wells.
The short video opens with a shot of a Chesapeake-produced water tank beneath a beautiful blue sky on the near East Side of Fort Worth. An infrared camera is turned on. Instantly the blue sky disappears, and in its place billow...