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The Tempest and the Teapot

Restating the Obvious

House of Cards

Metro

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Sunshine for the Zoo

A contract renegotiation between Fort Worth Zoo officials and city staff - or, perhaps, a lack of negotiation - has some residents suspecting monkey...

Asylum Seekers Detained

In response to 2014’s unprecedented number of women with their children caught crossing the border between Mexico and the United States —68,000 families —...

Muzzled

An Eastside activist wants to know why Hicks supporters were able to remove her from a town-hall meeting. By DAN MCGRAW Suzette Watkins had plenty of...

Policing Speech

Vincent was one of the few people who seemed to have a dog in both the fights that went on in downtown Fort Worth...

Booking Confusion

Pedro Herrera is sitting at a table at the Fort Worth Library’s Northside branch on a Saturday afternoon with three little kids. They aren’t...

Bringing School Bullies to Account

Judy Luttrell, associate director of the United Educators Association, said last week that she has been stunned at the extent of the workplace bullying...

Bird’s Fort Sold

A prized parcel of historical wetlands in North Arlington that has been family-owned for a century recently changed hands. The property is said to be...

Better with Beto?

On a sweltering July afternoon, around 100 folks gathered inside a massive house in Richardson for a Skype call. Once the image of Beto O’Rourke...

Water Restrictions?

There’s the hydrological cycle, which describes how water moves across the earth, and then there’s the “hydro-illogical cycle,” which describes the painfully short memories...

Between a Rock and a Hot Place

Having U.S. immigration officials after you is a bad thing. Running from Mexican drug cartels is much worse. But as a former Fort Worth...