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Dogged Prosecution

Cowtown Samurai

Billy Bob’s? Let’s Talk, Fam

Blotch Jumbo

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Drilling for Hardware

OK, it’s not the Pulitzer Prize or the Nobel, but Fort Worth Weekly is honored to receive this year’s Environmental Reporting Award given by...

Water Wars … um … Ignite

You couldn’t say it’s the opening salvo in the Texas water wars. Those battles started when Texas was still a republic (“H2Ow,” Nov. 10,...

High Interest, Deep Fang Marks

Static once knew a pit bull named Daisy, which is a funny name for a dog both feared and revered for its immense biting...

Seeing No Evil, Re-Redux

For, what, the umpteenth time, critics of the city’s actions on gas drilling and ethical issues got no respect Tuesday from the Fort Worth...

Today’s Lesson: Intimidation

Fort Worth school district attorneys are apparently willing to intimidate witnesses in their scramble to stick a fork in former Arlington Heights High School...

Packers vs. Steelers: Statistically Speaking

Amid all the frenzy over Super Bowl XLV, true Dallas Cowboys fans haven’t lost sight of one painful fact: In the most important game...

Now Leaving the Station

The Fort Worth Transportation Authority (The T) is collaborating with Fort Worth Weekly to come up with a new name for a commuter train...

Biting on a Dog

We recently reported a story about a dog who was accused of attacking an 84-year-old man (“Mimi and the Man,” Dec. 8, 2010). The...

Save The World: Drive to Dallas

A meeting that might help save the world from extinction is being held on Friday. Unfortunately, it’s way over in Dallas. Static wants to...

More Trouble

The cover story in this issue describes how the Zetas drug cartel is wreaking havoc on the social fabric of huge swaths of Mexico....