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Reflecting on Betsy

Speaking at City Hall and surrounded by family, Mayor Betsy Price reflected on her nearly 10 years in office. “Serving as mayor has been one...

Remembering “Landslide” Clyde Picht

Clyde Picht had an uncanny nose for misconduct, and he always pointed it out without any niceties. In a 2006 Weekly cover story, Picht — the...

The Untouchables

After years of being plagued by accusations of public corruption, Ellis County has a new district attorney and the opportunity to put a troubled...

Keeping Tabs on TAD

One hour into a recent board meeting of the Tarrant Appraisal District (TAD), five members and Tarrant County’s tax assessor, Wendy Burgess, were in...

Forever Changed

Behind Dickies Arena, and largely hidden from passersby, several lines of cars crept toward dozens of volunteers who were stocking trunks with frozen turkeys,...

The Year of No Do-Overs

I was sick of it at first. After Donald Trump won the election in 2016, I couldn’t stand to look at my dumb newsfeed....

Democracy Prevails, Barely

Every morning, first thing, I take the dog for a walk. In fall, we wade through dead leaves, a downside of living in the...

Attacked for Speaking Up

As a young boy welcomed me into the home of Alfred Ramirez, a black Labrador sized me up before scampering away. Ramirez, speaking from...

Hope in a Bottle

Wednesday’s COVID-19 vaccine felt like “hope in a bottle,” said Dr. Kerim Razack, partner with Texas Pulmonary & Critical Care Consultants at Texas Health...

First Steps Toward Justice?

Beyond fighting well-funded police unions, tight-lipped district attorney offices, and apathetic public leaders, families of victims of police shootings often struggle to keep the...