Looming Development

Not So Suite Deal

Biscuits and Grady

Envisioning Hemphill

Blotch Jumbo

Metro

Metro

Scared-O’ Cats?

Bedford city officials are really worried about feral cats. They’re apparently so concerned about the development of feral cat populations that not only have they...

Piling on Trouble

The meeting last week was intended to introduce Hispanic leaders to local families who’ve lost loved ones in police shootings. Everyone would discuss ideas...
Steve Flowers

Muddy Puddle

In the little southeast Tarrant County town of Dalworthington Gardens, it’s dangerous to take too much for granted. Like whether officials know that a...
E.R. Bills

Hiding History

When Fort Worth writer E.R. Bills began researching a century-old massacre of African-Americans in East Texas a few years back, he found a community...
Ginger Bason

Too Much Power?

Oncor, the electric company whose repeated decimations of trees are legendary, has outdone itself this time. The company recently wiped out hundreds of oak...
Tony Krause

Watchdogging Civil Rights

Tony Krause figures there is a hole in the net of legal services in North Texas. That’s where he sees his group helping. Krause is...
ACE Cash Express

Imprisoned by Payday

The right to not be imprisoned for debt has been guaranteed to Texans since the adoption in 1836 of the Republic of Texas Constitution....
Sutherland: “It is time this board requires our superintendent and board president to follow this rule.” Lee Chastain

Disenfranchised

Embattled Fort Worth school board trustee Ann Sutherland is no stranger to conflict with school district officials. Two years ago she was censured for asking...
Nestor Martinez (left) will travel to England later this year. Courtesy Sam Reynolds

Broadening the Talent Pool

The Fort Worth Vaqueros have reached across the pond and “scooooored” by buying into an England-based club. The local soccer team expects to benefit...
Arnett: “You never knew what you might find.” Jeff Prince

Fees Kill the Flea Market

For four decades, visitors to Fort Worth’s longest-running flea market could find baseball cards, straight razors, Beanie Babies, 45-rpm records, and a thousand other...