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Tech Revolution

The school building, with its weathered red brick face and ornate, buttermilk-colored trim, looms like a Gothic castle amid the modern medical offices of...
Best Of 2012

Shaking Things Up

Stop. Wait. What was that? That rumbling that just shook the foundation, ever so slightly? In North Texas these days, that might just be a...

Low-Bidding Mental Illness

State-run mental health facilities in Texas never have an easy ride: Funding is always tight, and many of them have had problems through the...
Cover photo by Linus Sundahl-Djerf

K8 in Your Face

For nine days in mid-July, K8 Hardy was marooned. On an island. She made the best of it, taking long walks on the deserted...
Robert Hart

Crying ‘bout the Chapel

The contentious meeting was winding down; a church official and architect were wearying after listening to neighbors vent frustrations for an hour. Fort Worth’s...

Sucking It Up

Tom B. Saunders’ family has been ranching for five generations. Surface tanks and wells provide water for the cattle and horses on the Twin...

City Life Is a Good Life, Once Again

Night Riders regulars are easy to spot. They’re the ones who get to the Chat Room by 7 p.m., early enough to drink a...

Chipping Away

Two years ago, members of the city’s little known and little used Ethics Review Committee found out what happened when you pissed off Mike...

Nuclear Threats

About 9:30 a.m. on June 7 last year, workers at the Fort Calhoun nuclear power plant near Omaha, Neb., raised the alarm. Some minutes earlier,...

Stray Cats Doing Well After Rescue

The clock — that damned clock atop the LaGrave Field scoreboard — is the unwitting symbol for every disappointment the Fort Worth Cats have...