Report on Fort Worth Police Department has troubling findings

Halstead interview

Joyce Marshall / Star-Telegram

A culture of harassment has no place at the police department and could harm relationships with the public

Halfway through trial, MAX gains some ridership

The Metro ArlingtonXpress, otherwise known as MAX, bus route has gained some good footing during its first year of operation.

Latest episode of Tarrant Regional Water District soap opera is disappointing

Political agendas dominate meetings and continue to distract.

Dallas corners DFW rail market

The bottom line is that the Dallas side of North Texas now has comfortable and convenient passenger rail service to Dallas/Fort Worth Airport.

The case for cop cams just got stronger

Recent events in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, Mo., are a stark reminder of what can happen when an interaction between a law enforcement officer and a civilian goes tragically awry.

Indictment of Perry is not a full legal case

When an Austin grand jury delivered a two-count indictment of Gov. Rick Perry late Friday, many were quick to judge.

Missouri racial unrest puts nation on notice to solve festering social problems

Based on its location and demographics, the small town of Ferguson, Mo., seems an unlikely epicenter for the nation’s latest racial clash.

Mike Norman

Perry’s crafted image is still a work in progress

norman

Preparing presidential run, he dons the mantle of national protector.

Cynthia Allen

Closing the opportunity gap with school choice

allen

For African-American males, charter schools can lead to success.

Bob Ray Sanders

Jimmy Carter: The former president keeps giving back

sanders

Habitat for Humanity Dallas-Fort Worth project set for Oct. 5-11.

Bud Kennedy

If ‘affluenza’ dad has a badge, who else has one?

kennedy

A troubled teen’s father is facing a charge involving “police stuff,” the latest of several cases related to police or firefighter IDs.

Jim Witt

Public won when appeals court ruled juvenile murder hearings should have been open

witt

The media partnered together to protest after judge closed her courtroom following prior trial that was controversial.

Richard Greene

Time to settle old political issues of the Iraq war

greene

Cease the political rhetoric of blaming Bush for doing what was needed.

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