Minority police group calls for Halstead to be fired 12:10 PM

Triple Homicide Arrest 2

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The president of the Fort Worth Black Law Enforcement Officers’ Association had earlier issued a statement critical of an outside investigation into three black officers’ grievances, which called “narrow” and said didn’t address the chief’s personal actions.

First Chikungunya case reported in Tarrant County 11:40 AM

The Mansfield resident diagnosed with Chikungunya recently traveled to the Caribbean, a hotbed for the mosquito-transmitted virus.

Disabled man suing to keep “assistance cats” 1:32 PM

Gary Coleman, 45, said he was told to either get rid of cats Rex, 12, and Milo, 8, or move out of Benbrook assisted living center.

Taxpayers won’t be on hook for Perry defense after all 1:41 PM

Governor’s staff says indictments are “an assault on the Constitution. We don’t want it to be an assault on the taxpayers as well.”

Officer in Ferguson shooting has dropped from sight 9:49 AM

Darren Wilson, the white Ferguson, Mo., police officer who fatally shot an 18-year-old unarmed black man, was born in Fort Worth in 1986.

State agency says XTO took too much water from small lake

WFAA.com report: The state environmental agency has issued a citation to XTO Energy, saying the Fort Worth-based company improperly drew more than 1 million gallons of water from a Dalworthington Gardens lake to use in fracking operations.

Manziel fined $12,000 for middle finger flip 4:35 PM

Johnny Manziel has been slapped on the finger.

Gil LeBreton

Cowboys atop Forbes list, but still in middle-class rut

For $3.2 billion, what exactly has Owner Jones brought Cowboys fans?

Bud Kennedy

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

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

Cynthia M. Allen

Closing the opportunity gap with school choice

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

Bob Ray Sanders

Jimmy Carter: The former president keeps giving back

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

Jim Witt

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

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

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Cowboys Frisco Groundbreaking

Cowboys Frisco Groundbreaking

Ground-breaking ceremony for the Dallas CowboysFrisco headquarters and multi-use event center complex.

Blue Zones Update

Blue Zones Update

Group encourages policy changes and enhanced healthful options.

Japanese tour production site

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Quicksilver Resources show delegation Barnett Shale gas well in Fort Worth.

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