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Pride Month

While the City of Fort Worth celebrates Gay Pride Week in October — a tradition started in 1982 — throughout Fort Worth, Texas, and...

Voter Purger Whitley Resigns

Former Acting Texas Secretary of State David Whitley resigned his post on Memorial Day, Monday, May 27, after not mustering the two-thirds vote in...

Fort Worth Kidnapper Facing Federal Charges

Michael Webb, the man accused of kidnapping Salem Sabatka, an 8-year-old Fort Worth girl, had an FBI hold placed on him last week and...

Legal Eagles Jump into Voter Fraud Fray

The ACLU of Texas and the Texas Civil Rights Project have joined Crystal Mason’s appeal. The mother of three from Rendon was convicted for...

Texas Loses Voter Suppression Ploy

On April 26, Texas officials agreed to settle a lawsuit brought by several civil rights groups that challenged the legitimacy of a voter purge...

School Board Ethics

Uncovering and documenting backdoor dealings and political maneuvering at the highest levels of local politics often leads to redacted documents, unanswered phone calls, and...

Fast Food for Thought

In February, State Rep. Ron Reynolds introduced HB194, which, if passed, would raise the minimum wage in Texas to a super-sized – fast food...

6th Ave Homes Returns

Anyone willing to take on the role of Fort Worth’s historic preservation officer deserves kudos — and more hired help. With part-time assistance from...

Beto the Band-Aid

Democrat Beto O’Rourke came so close to unseating a Republican in the red state of Texas during last year’s U.S. senate race that his...

R.I.P., Dan Jenkins

“My life has been very lucky,” Dan Jenkins once said, “but I made some of that luck.” For seven decades, Jenkins wrote about golf and...