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Put Down that Beer and Step Away from the Walker

Nobody accuses Dee Cantrell of being a shrinking violet. She’s more likely to be compared to bull nettle — brush up against her too...

Path of Cheapest Resistance

Residents in the Oakhurst neighborhood feel like they’re living a scene out of Cool Hand Luke — “What we’ve got here is a failure...

Prairie Fest in Peril

Fort Worth’s one-of-a-kind Prairie Fest might soon be none-of-a-kind. The city’s unique festival, approaching its sixth anniversary, is tottering on the brink of extinction...

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 Glowing Gift from the NRC

***ONLINE EXCLUSIVE*** For anyone interested in protesting (or supporting) the proposed addition of two new reactors at the Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Plant, the news...

Seven Suitors

Seven candidates want the Fort Worth City Council seat left vacant by veteran Chuck Silcox's death, but none have nabbed the two endorsements that...

When Green’s Not Enough

The owners of the proposed Pin Oak Creek Power Plant might justifiably have expected support from environmentalists and local residents for the natural-gas-burning facility...

Land Mines on the Bluff

Just when it seems there couldn't be any more mines buried in the Tarrant County College downtown campus battlefield, oops, another one is tripped....

Who Pays the Freight?

A new garage at Will Rogers comes at a price - in more ways than one. Say adios to free parking at the Will Rogers...

God’s Art

Beams bent by the tornado will help mark the entrance to the Cultural District. By JEFF PRINCE Painting steel beams is nothing new for Jeff Trice,...