The Mexican-born musical genre is claiming more territory in Texas schools.
Eighth-grade lunch period meant most students were eating in the cafeteria or just chillin’ outside.
Current and former city workers say a college program is hurting oversight of public projects.
The grades are in on the first year of a plan to send Fort Worth construction inspectors to school for a mandatory certification program, and they don’t look good. Since the program’s inception last fall, according to insid...
The bizarre news a few days ago that Newsday had, um, lost three of its storied Pulitzer gold medals for public service, reminded Static of another journalism organization, one closer to home, that discovered its own golden awa...
Someday, when they are 10 or 15 years older, the boys who are teenagers in Dallas now should erect a statue of Ron Price. He may wind up saving them from serious injury.
An ex-employee’s lawsuit describes payola and pressure by a North Texas medical-supply giant.
Cynthia Fitzgerald’s career seemed to be heading down a promising path at last.
Light rail is knocking on Fort Worth’s front door again.
As any survivor of a 12-step program knows, you have to admit you have a problem before you can attack it.
Static has no excuse for waiting weeks to look at its Tivo-recorded premiere of Jail, except maybe that it seemed like duty rather than entertainment. Wrong-o.
There is an issue festering in many Fort Worth neighborhoods these days, and it is quite complex.
The scariest news may be the stuff you haven’t seen yet.
David Phinney thought he’d struck journalistic gold. The veteran reporter, who has done freelance work for PBS, ABC, The New York Times, and other news companies, learned from a disgusted American contractor that the Kuwa...
City officials and neighborhood activists are going after right-of-way litterers.
The bright and colorful signs hammered into the grass in the public right-of-way or stapled onto utility poles promote everything from diet formulas to dating services.