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Better on Bullying

Without public discussion or argument, the Fort Worth school board took action two weeks ago to give the district one of the most comprehensive...

Storm Stays in Prison

The former managing director of the Lone Star Film Society won’t be getting out of prison any time soon. A district judge showed leniency during...

Counseling for Controversy

Carolyn Turner and Nelder Stewart say the problems began for them in August 2008. For colleague Raul Duran, it felt like a new front...

Veggies at Your Door

When Sherri Glaser saw an ad online a few months ago for Greenling, a home-delivery service specializing in local and organic food, she was...

KingFish-ing for Info

In February, when the Fort Worth City Council considered the police department’s request to spend $184,000 on technology for tracking cell phone locations, approval...

Jim Crow Redux

Alan Bean couldn’t miss the headline splashed across the top of his hometown paper one summer morning in 1999. It spoke of big news...

Bait for Cruelty

The pit bull’s wounds were so ghastly that his rescuer was instantly moved to tears. His snout had been torn to ribbons, his bottom lip...

Polluters’ Paradise?

Texas has filed so many suits against the federal government in the last few years that it’s hard to keep track of them. But...

Pesky Facts

Residency questions continue to swirl around Marshall Hobbs, one of three candidates vying for the District 8 Fort Worth City Council seat in a...

Half Full, Half Empty

In the first year after the Fort Worth City Council banned public drinking near homeless shelters and treatment centers, police issued more than 500...