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A Painful Dilemma

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Signs of Discontent

Hopeless to Hopeful

Suing Big Pharma

Metro

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Freedom Fighter

Instead of standing in front of a chalkboard and explaining lessons to her students in Grand Prairie, Desiree Fairooz recently spent some time in...

All the Needy, All the Time

Members of a local group that is pressing Tarrant County’s John Peter Smith hospital system to provide its full range of medical services to...

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...

The War to Lose the Peace

“A weathered hand reached out from the closet and grabbed my forearm. ... ‘The children die. ... We need ... clean water. ... Get...

Here, the Sidewalks End

For two years, Mike Wyss has been a member of the Fort Worth Mayor’s Council on Persons with Disabilities. Wyss, 47, has cerebral palsy,...

Taken for a Ride

Tom and Lela Woods looked at the pictures of gorgeous views and fancy resorts on a travel agency’s web site and started dreaming about...

Justice’s Low Tire

The highlight of the meeting was supposed to be a speech by former Tarrant County prosecutor Terri Moore, who recently joined the Dallas County...

Rebuilding the Bank

A battered building, puny bank account, tarnished reputation, and a volatile and wily former employee still running around creating havoc are all hefty obstacles...

Brake Lights

The Trans-Texas Corridor, the Goliath of Texas road projects, is taking a real bruising from the slingshot crowd these days, with so many Davids...

A Chip in Every Chicken

Question: What does a 1,200-foot-wide superhighway have to do with putting radio chips in pigs’ ears? Answer: In the minds of the Texas farmers and...