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A TAD Screwy

Local property owners might notice something peculiar about their tax bills this year –– they’re really screwed up. Residents are complaining about property tax...

Danger in Dilbit

A new study of the hazards of tar sands bitumen to the environment rakes the filthy hydrocarbon over the coals. Released in prepublication form...

Raw Deal

Outside a municipal courthouse downtown last week, a dozen or so protesters held signs that read, “Cowtown loves raw milk” and “Don’t mess with...

Recovering Workaholic

First responders cut away Clarence Johnson’s singed clothing while he looked out the ambulance’s small window. “I remember thinking, ‘How could such a beautiful...

Third World Child Welfare

In late September, 12 agency heads under the umbrella of the Child Welfare League of America took off to spend six days in Havana,...

Developing Patience

In April, when the city broke ground on a $12 million underpass connecting the downtown business district to Hemphill Street, it looked like the...

The Y Factor

After a unanimous vote at a recent city council meeting, a 32-year-old institution was dissolved without fanfare or objection. The Fort Worth Commission for...

Wakeboard Revival

The city’s biggest wakeboard park is being resuscitated after it was flooded by Tropical Storm Bill in June. A new owner is rebuilding ramps...

Fellowship of Love Shines

Growing up in Nowheresville, Texas, in the 1980s with strict parents and nothing but tumbleweeds to play with is tough enough on a teenage...

A Click Too Far

A year ago, Fort Worth native Amy Guth made what she thought was an innocuous comment on her Chicago-based radio talk show. The thirtysomething...