Bond plan would continue funding public art projects

Thursday, Apr. 24, 2014

Each of the seven propositions on Fort Worth’s bond election continues a city policy of setting aside money for public art, although the City Council altered that policy a bit in the buildup to approving the $292 million package.

Props 6, 7 eye city service, animal centers

Thursday, Apr. 24, 2014

State law requires cities to present bond issue propositions so that voters can grasp how much money would be devoted to a single purpose.

Props 4 and 5 focus on public safety

Wednesday, Apr. 23, 2014

Early voting begins Monday in the May 10 elections, but Fort Worth residents still have time to learn about the city’s $292-million bond package.

Fort Worth bond proposals for parks and libraries deserve voter approval

Tuesday, Apr. 22, 2014

Two propositions provide for needed improvements in key service areas.

Texas candidates for governor differ on texting and driving ban

Monday, Apr. 21, 2014

As governor, Attorney General Greg Abbott would not deviate from his predecessor when it comes to opposing a statewide ban on texting while driving.

Wichita Falls project to reuse waste water should proceed quickly

Monday, Apr. 21, 2014

A two-year drought that has reduced lake levels to 26 percent of capacity has forced Wichita Falls to seek drastic measures to provide its 104,000 residents with water.

Fort Worth proposes transportation fixes

Saturday, Apr. 19, 2014

City leaders knew from the beginning that roads would need a lot of attention in new bond plan.

Tarrant residents still have plenty of time to protest property valuations

Friday, Apr. 18, 2014

Tarrant County property owners, take note.

Caution: More traffic changes ahead for the city

Friday, Apr. 18, 2014

Albert Einstein supposedly said that the measure of one’s intelligence is in his or her ability to change.

End-of-course exams will test Texas students and its educational system

Friday, Apr. 18, 2014

The good news is: 76 percent of the 309,000 Texas public school students in the class of 2015 who have taken all or most of the five end-of-course (EOC) exams required to graduate have passed those assessments.