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TCU receiver Brandon Carter arrested, faces marijuana charge

| |Wednesday, Apr. 23, 2014

Carter, a graduate of Euless Trinity High School, and a 22-year-old woman were stopped by police Tuesday afternoon in downtown Fort Worth, police say.

Arlington council bans guns, real or fake, at city meetings

| |Wednesday, Apr. 23, 2014

Cries of “tyrant!” erupt when the Arlington City Council votes tighter restrictions on people approaching motorists when they’re stopped on a city street.

Abbott writes federal agency about its plans for land in Texas

| |Wednesday, Apr. 23, 2014

The ownership of 90,000 acres of land in Texas along the Red River is in dispute.

Family seeks answers in death of pedestrian in Fort Worth

| |Wednesday, Apr. 23, 2014

A 22-year-old Arlington man was killed by a sport utility vehicle Sunday night on Texas 360 in far east Fort Worth, police said.

Lindy Berry, a former TCU All-America quarterback, dies at 86

| |Wednesday, Apr. 23, 2014

TCU great remembered for on-field exploits, off-field humility.

Rangers rally for two runs in ninth to stun Athletics

| |Wednesday, Apr. 23, 2014

Josh Wilson and Michael Choice drive a pair of two-out runs after an out at home appeared to spoil the late threat.

Fort Worth school board again adjourns without vote on Dansby

| |Wednesday, Apr. 23, 2014

Trustees started working on Superintendent Walter Dansby’s evaluation Feb. 18. On Tuesday, they spent more than two hours in executive session but adjourned without mentioning his contract.

Fort Worth council delays vote on public art piece

| |Wednesday, Apr. 23, 2014

The cost of moving a donated piece of artwork is more than double the original projection.

Michigan affirmative ban is OK, Supreme Court says

| |Tuesday, Apr. 22, 2014

A state's voters are free to outlaw the use of race as a factor in college admissions, the Supreme Court ruled Tuesday in a blow to affirmative action that also laid bare tensions among the justices about a continuing need for programs that address racial inequality in America.

Feds: New laws, oversight needed after Texas blast

| |Tuesday, Apr. 22, 2014

The Texas fertilizer plant explosion that killed 15 people a year ago could have been prevented — and agencies at all levels haven't done enough to change the circumstances that led to the catastrophe, federal officials said Tuesday.