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Bones in the Desert

In the desert between Nogales and Tucson, Ariz., the remains of three to five people are being found every week. “And that’s too damned many,”...

Bird’s Fort Sold

A prized parcel of historical wetlands in North Arlington that has been family-owned for a century recently changed hands. The property is said to be...

Civil Rights or Last Rites?

It is kind of funny –– funny ironic, not funny ha-ha –– that the 11 people who are empowered to advise city staff and...

Wide Open Spaces

All those motorists who complained about their cars being towed from the parking garages in the West 7th Street corridor now have a huge...

Celebrating Diversity

From the moment Ron Hill and life partner Kee Sourjohn stepped foot inside Celebration Community Church on the Near Southside, they said it felt...

Deforestation?

The Near Eastside’s version of West 7th Street or West Magnolia Avenue is the hipster-friendly Race Street, an urban village with a focus on...

Weatherford Land Grabs

Only a week after staving off efforts by Weatherford city officials to annex her small rural community, Zion Hill resident Courtney Butler is on...

Theft by Public Servant?

A Tarrant County grand jury recently indicted a longtime court manager on suspicion of theft, misapplication of fiduciary property, and several counts of tampering...

Better Schools, No Higher Taxes

Fort Worth school district leaders are asking for public comments on a proposed $749.7 million bond to fund new schools and classrooms and upgrades...

Falling Pieces

West Fort Worth’s brick wall from hell is getting knocked down before it falls on somebody. Fort Worth officials came to a compromise with...