$29 million public/private Hunter Plaza venture begins

Thursday, Nov. 06, 2014

The public housing property will add to residential and commercial development of downtown Fort Worth.

TCU-area zoning overlay must include strong rental registration plan

Thursday, Nov. 06, 2014

The mediation group formed to sort out the thorny issues related to a city-proposed occupancy overlay in the TCU-area has reached a compromise.

Democrats fail miserably in attempt to turn Texas blue

Wednesday, Nov. 05, 2014

The group Battleground Texas, salivating over the growing number of minorities in the state, organized in February last year with the expressed purpose “to turn Texas blue” the designated color for Democrats.

Tarrant County voters proved discerning on local issues

Wednesday, Nov. 05, 2014

The red tsunami that swept Texas on Tuesday was powered partly by vocal opposition to state and federal spending.

Tarrant-area propositions buck Texas conservative trend

| Wednesday, Nov. 05, 2014

From the Editorial Board: While there are few surprises in the statewide elections, Tarrant County voters made some counter-intuitive choices, overwhelmingly supporting a diverse array of local propositions.

Democrats fail miserably in attempt to turn Texas blue

Wednesday, Nov. 05, 2014

From the Editorial Board: The idea was that through increased voter registration (particularly among Hispanics), use of technology as was done in electing President Barack Obama and a surge in turnout, Texas at least would become more of a battleground state if not majority Democratic.

Texas’ Ebola guidelines are careful, strong

Tuesday, Nov. 04, 2014

Give Gov. Rick Perry this: He can learn from others’ mistakes.

New disposal well rules positive step

Tuesday, Nov. 04, 2014

A week before Texas voters went to the polls to elect a new railroad commissioner, the state regulatory agency he will join come January unanimously approved final rules for companies seeking permits to drill new disposal wells.

No good excuse to not vote this election cycle

Monday, Nov. 03, 2014

If you are not among the thousands of registered voters who took advantage of early voting, don’t let the rain expected Tuesday deter your Election Day trip to the polls.

High-speed rail line not urban vs. rural issue

Monday, Nov. 03, 2014

Southeast Texas residents who oppose a high-speed rail line between Dallas and Houston have every right to do so, but if they want to build credibility they should be a bit more careful about what they say.