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Better on Bullying

A screenshot of the Delga Park video shows how dangerous gas-drilling disposal tanks can be. Calvin Tillman

Filming Dirty Air

Banta: "I would have liked to meet with my neighborhood" before Steer FW began its efforts.

Bluebonnet Brouhaha

New Melee for Mitchell

Gray: “When we say ‘affordable housing,’ more times than not it comes with a negative connotation.” Jeff Prince

Homes for All

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High-Level Worries

By the fall of 2011, if the courts or legislators don’t act to stop it, Texas could become the “nuclear waste dump for the...

Major Bummer

About 40 University of North Texas students, many of them in Halloween costume, marched across the Denton campus last week in support of the...

Raw Deal

Outside a municipal courthouse downtown last week, a dozen or so protesters held signs that read, “Cowtown loves raw milk” and “Don’t mess with...

A No-Kill Option

A couple of weeks ago, Mayor Mike Moncrief declared at a city council meeting that Fort Worth had not euthanized a single adoptable pet...

Not in Their Backyard

The halls of the East Lancaster Avenue police substation echoed with angry accusations. “We’ve made it easy to be homeless in Fort Worth,” one woman...

Keys to Chaos

The November morning began routinely enough. Brad Laffoon drove from his Alvarado home to Arlington, where he was renovating a condominium he had purchased...

Vaquero Viene

A long-awaited statue honoring Hispanic cowboys is supposed to reach its pedestal by summer. By JEFF PRINCE A vaquero could have straddled his old caballo...
Eleanor Fairchild stands inside the new gulley in her land — courtesy of the Keystone XL pipeline. Kathy Da Silva

A Thorn for Trans-Canada

TransCanada, the giant energy firm building a pipeline from Oklahoma to the Texas coast as part of a project that would carry tar sands...

New Vision

Change is a-coming. And it could be the swift kick in the pants that Fort Worth’s gallery scene has needed. For decades, the number of galleries...

Storm Stays in Prison

The former managing director of the Lone Star Film Society won’t be getting out of prison any time soon. A district judge showed leniency during...