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Help for Lyme Sufferers

Phillip Williamson studies ticks, especially those that carry diseases. His research at the University of North Texas Health and Science Center has helped establish...

Be Gentle With Them

Amid the trendy eateries, stylish shops, and upscale apartments of West 7th Street is a new business that at first looks like just another...

Wasting the Green

Forty days of 100-degree weather without rain can do a number on newly planted trees, particularly when their water source gets cut off. “What...

Free Gas — for Drillers

A group of homeowners in the University West neighborhood are fighting mad over Chesapeake Energy’s use of an old Texas Railroad Commission rule to...

Taser Gets Zapped

The Arizona company that makes Tasers, the allegedly “less-lethal” weapons that have killed hundreds of people around the world, has lost another lawsuit. This...

Dust-Up

The 100-degree heat didn’t stop 30 neighbors from congregating in a cul-de-sac in East Fort Worth on a recent afternoon to grouse about a...

School Politics:

“We are in a very important period of history, and our decisions will affect the very future of this city,” said Fort Worth school...

Booking Confusion

Pedro Herrera is sitting at a table at the Fort Worth Library’s Northside branch on a Saturday afternoon with three little kids. They aren’t...

It Is Curious (Orange)

At first glance, psychologist Dr. Steven Vazquez’ office in Bedford looks like an ordinary therapist’s room — quiet and dim, tasteful paintings and diplomas...

Two Strikes

Two North Texas homeowner groups, including one representing a broad swath of southwest Fort Worth, have struck out — thus far — in their...