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Blind Eye Toward Domestic Terrorism?

The Jan. 6 raid on the U.S. Capitol is now widely seen as the biggest intelligence failure since 9/11. Federal, state, and local authorities...

A Different Breed of Student

In mid-February, as winter storm Uri sent Texas temperatures plummeting, Sarah Wells made the return trip from a junior livestock show in San Angelo...

Stay Safe

Earlier today and citing declining COVID-19 cases in Texas, Gov. Greg Abbott announced a state order that will end the requirement that Texans wear...

Stay Safe

Earlier today and citing declining COVID-19 cases in Texas, Gov. Greg Abbott announced a state order that will end the requirement that Texans wear...

Guilty Until Proven Innocent

When John returned from a visit to Florida to see relatives, members of Fort Worth police department’s SWAT team were waiting for him. John...

The Race for District 2

With eight council district seats open, Fort Worth is preparing for an unprecedented number of candidates to run on the May 1 general election....

Sick Workers at JPS?

As if working the front lines in the battle against COVID-19 isn’t stressful enough, some employees at John Peter Smith Hospital (JPS) say their...

Following the Lege

“Texans, as we gather tonight, I can tell you the state of our state is brimming with promise,” said an upbeat Gov. Greg Abbott...

Disturbing the Peace

In early January, the rumblings of 18-wheelers brought back memories that Bobby Pickard would prefer to forget. A decade ago, the multinational gas company...

Auditing Concerns

It’s the proverbial blessing and curse of homeownership: As home values (and asset-based wealth) rise, so do the monthly property tax payments that are...