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Libeling Lawyers

Jennifer Olson brought a valuable person with her to meet me at a grocery store café for this interview –– her 6-year-old son. The...
A total of 43 employees of Haltom High School left their jobs after the new principal took over. Sarah Angle

Harassment at Haltom?

Last March, Faith Ayala, a teacher of 32 years, stood up at a Birdville school district board meeting and said something so radical that...

Student Lunch at Hooters?

Conservative activists are not amused that Fort Worth school board president Jacinto “Cinto” Ramos Jr., allegedly used campaign funds to take volunteers and students...

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...

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...

Sidewalk Saga

NIMBY is a late 20th-century acronym for Not In My Backyard, which evolved into a real, official word that means local resistance to unwanted...

Dream or Nightmare?

A month after a white Fort Worth cop bullied a black mom and earned a 10-day suspension, some residents still consider the punishment another...

Needed: New Nudists

Brown hills, like the crimped rim of a pie, made a privacy fence around the resort as it baked in the 105-degree heat. But...

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...

Not So Suite Deal

Only three years out of cosmetology school, hair stylist London Vincent considered giving up her career. After the salon where she was working unexpectedly...