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Muzzled

Suzette Watkins had plenty of reasons for attending the Nov. 8 town-hall meeting held in her part of East Fort Worth: She's a resident...

HB40 Switcheroo

On Monday, May 18, Governor Greg Abbott signed into law a bill that eliminates many local restrictions on gas drilling and fracking in the...

Free Gas — for Drillers

A group of homeowners in the University West neighborhood are fighting mad over Chesapeake Energy’s use of an old Texas Railroad Commission rule to...

Hidden Heritage

When the Fort Worth Parks and Community Services Department closed Heritage Park six months ago, few downtown regulars noticed. The park that at one...

Prairie Big Dog

It must be spring: City council elections are looming on May 9, yard signs are sprouting like weeds, and urban gas drilling is a...

Fast Track to Nowhere

Despite his legal status as a U.S. citizen, a local restaurant owner whose parents are from El Salvador did not want his last name...

Carswell Loses in Court

When inmate Linda D’Antuono Fenton died in 2004, eight days after she was moved from the Federal Medical Center-Carswell to a local hospital, her...

Falling on Deaf Ears

When Paul Unger read the headline “Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, RIP,” he said he was shocked. He and his fellow musicians in the Fort...

Tough Route to Medical Care

Christopher Alan Gillette is in a world of hurt. He’s also in a world of trouble. And they both stem from the same place:...

DPS Not Speeding

The next time a trooper pulls us over and asks for public information, like, say, oh, a driver’s license, we’re going to tell him,...