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Head-On Collision

Mural Meh

Too Many Dollar Stores?

Night Shelter Complaints

Building Complaints

Metro

Metro

I Can Hear That Train …

As any survivor of a 12-step program knows, you have to admit you have a problem before you can attack it. In Fort Worth’s case,...

Found: Too Many Signs

The bright and colorful signs hammered into the grass in the public right-of-way or stapled onto utility poles promote everything from diet formulas to...

Too Little, Too Late

Two years ago, in a story about the impending home foreclosure crisis caused by widespread predatory lending practices (“Wolves in Small Print,” Aug. 10,...

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...

Fathers Figure

Last Monday, UMOJA, a 16-year-old Fort Worth-based youth advocacy organization of African-American men, led a local effort to encourage black men to lead their...

Tear Down, Build Up

The bungalow on West 4th Street in Fort Worth’s Monticello neighborhood is a well-kept 1940s model, its yard manicured. To its left, the neighborhood...

Crash and a Long Burn

A Fort Worth couple involved in a serious car-and-motorcycle accident in the Stockyards several months ago say their struggle to deal with the aftermath...

Scary Type?

When a fired ex-employee started sitting in his car outside the University of Texas at Arlington print shop, driving by former colleagues’ homes, and...

Coalition of the Unlikely

On July 10, TXU adopted the name "Luminant" for its power-generating and construction operations. Officially, the company said the name change was "a milestone as...

House Divided

Angela Smith thought she was doing a pretty good job as the executive director of the Tarrant County Housing Partnership (TCHP), a nonprofit housing...