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Here, the Sidewalks End

For two years, Mike Wyss has been a member of the Fort Worth Mayor’s Council on Persons with Disabilities. Wyss, 47, has cerebral palsy,...

Taken for a Ride

Tom and Lela Woods looked at the pictures of gorgeous views and fancy resorts on a travel agency’s web site and started dreaming about...

Justice’s Low Tire

The highlight of the meeting was supposed to be a speech by former Tarrant County prosecutor Terri Moore, who recently joined the Dallas County...

Rebuilding the Bank

A battered building, puny bank account, tarnished reputation, and a volatile and wily former employee still running around creating havoc are all hefty obstacles...

Brake Lights

The Trans-Texas Corridor, the Goliath of Texas road projects, is taking a real bruising from the slingshot crowd these days, with so many Davids...

A Chip in Every Chicken

Question: What does a 1,200-foot-wide superhighway have to do with putting radio chips in pigs’ ears? Answer: In the minds of the Texas farmers and...

T for Freedom

“I don’t like having to introduce myself as a former slave, as a victim of human trafficking, but it is important,” said 20-year-old Given...

Glass Pains

Ray Boothe figured the situation was as clear as, well, glass. The Fort Worth architect and real estate developer, who specializes in renovating historic...

A Mighty Stream of Money

The Tarrant Regional Water District has long portrayed its Trinity River Vision plan as a done deal. The $435 million flood control/economic development project has...

A Crack in the Carswell Wall

Hospital personnel at the Federal Medical Center Carswell took so long to call the exterminators for an ant infestation in December that the tiny...