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A Move at the Mercado

The beautiful but long-dormant Fort Worth Mercado finally got its first tenant — more than four years after speakers at the groundbreaking ceremony gushed...

Hands-On Customer Service

The Wal-Mart near Eastchase Parkway in East Fort Worth is gaining a reputation that might require a name change. Hmm, how’s Hell-Mart sound? Customers keep...

Prescription for Care

Maria is 47 years old. She’s a diabetic whose kidneys are shutting down. She needs renal dialysis at least three times a week. She...

Reining in Tasers

If State Rep. Lon Burnam has his way, beginning next September, police across the state are going to have to think twice about pulling...

Light the Sparkler

Recent rains — even though they didn’t wipe out the drought or refill area lakes — have certainly been good news for farmers, ranchers,...

No Buck Left Behind

All kinds of government workers get refresher courses and mid-career training from time to time, via in-house classes or professional seminars. But a new...

The Tempest and the Teapot

A series of incendiary e-mail letters written by Tarrant County District Clerk Tom Wilder to longtime criminal District Court Judge Sharen Wilson last month...

Labor Dispute

Everyone checks out everyone else very intently at Fort Worth’s Day Labor Center. Walk into the waiting room and sign in looking for work, and...

The Butts Stop Here

In the latest public policy battle going on in Fort Worth, it’s butts, so to speak, that are on the line. A much stricter...

Snarled and Snarling

You’re on I-35, headed north out of Fort Worth. You’re trying to get home but it’s 5:30 p.m., so you’re not going anywhere. Again....