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A Violent Mess

Taser Gets Zapped

Heart of the West

Parpia: “There’s a need for the next generation of children to become engaged global citizens.”

Bringing Home the Globe

Cool Competition

Metro

Metro

Pounds and Premiums

As the estimated cost of the Trinity River Vision project climbs toward $1 billion, an unexpected benefit could soon emerge: lower car insurance premiums. That...

Sparks and Sputters

The Cellar on University Drive is in many ways the quintessential Fort Worth bar, and on this night the dank underground tavern provides a...

Growing Community

The idea of turning a city’s unused green space into urban gardens has been slow in coming to Fort Worth compared to the rest...
Crain: “We found out a lot of things that were broken ... and figured out how to fix them.”

Rebooting the Fight

Cindy Crain is determined to learn the name of every homeless veteran in Fort Worth within the next 100 days. And the executive director...

Game Rooms Go

Game rooms are hitting the jackpot in Fort Worth three months after a controversial legal decision. In April, Tarrant County District Judge Melody Wilkinson...

Peace Talks in the Parking War

There’s no question the West 7th Street corridor is booming. The growth of the mixed-use entertainment-and-residential district has been a major factor in Fort...
Furman (at lecturn) defends herself at last week’s Kennedale school board meeting. Courtesy Kennedale ISD

Elementary Ethics

A handful of pissed-off parents are shaking things up in the Kennedale school district, where a private daycare business run by two district administrators...

Food Bank Phoenix

A local food bank that spiraled downward and finally crashed in 2006 amid scandal and debt is now poised for resurrection. A new board of...
Ashford: “... Putting them behind closed doors would have been disastrous.” Jeff Prince

Trusting City Hall

When the Fort Worth City Council approved major changes in the city’s ethics ordinance recently, it put the city in a different camp than...

Parking on a Dime

The city's got a plan to wring some extra change out of downtown visitors. By JEFF PRINCE                       Park a car curbside in downtown Fort Worth, step...