Jury chairman’s departure marks end of era at the Cliburn

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Fort Worth’s music maestro John Giordano, 75, is retiring as chairman of the Cliburn piano competition jury after 40 years and 11 competitions.

Fort Worth City Council candidates address LGBT issues

Candidates say they would educate themselves on the concerns of their lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered constitutents.

Fraction of sales tax could help restore Baker Hotel, advocates say

On May 10, Mineral Wells voters will decide whether to allocate an eighth of a cent of the city sales tax to the redevelopment of the Baker Hotel.

Regent gives $1 million to Texas A&M School of Law

A&M alumnus Tony Buzbee donated money to the Fort Worth-based school this week to promote growth.

Cattle killed, Fort Worth traffic snarled after truck tips over

A cattle truck bound for the Panhandle overturned on a northbound U.S. 287 ramp early Wednesday, tying up traffic on three freeways for hours. About 28 head of cattle died.

Court says Tarrant water district doesn’t have to call election

A lawsuit filed by the Rev. Kyev Tatum and others had argued that the district violated the Texas and U.S. constitutions by moving the election to May 2015.

Study: Coffee not the drink of choice in Cowtown

Men’s Health magazine ranks Fort Worth No. 99 out of 100 for java junkies.

Wise County pair wins $3 million jury award in drilling lawsuit

The plaintiffs claimed that gas drilling operations by Aruba Petroleum near their 40-acre ranch in Decatur made them sick.

TCU receiver Brandon Carter arrested, faces marijuana charge

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.

Fort Worth man arrested in fatal hit-and-run

Ernesto Arreguin, 25, was questioned and his truck impounded on the same day of the fatal hit-and-run, but he denied involvement.

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Easter of tears: 80 years ago, 2 law officers met death at hands of Bonnie and Clyde


The Depression-era outlaws killed two Fort Worth-based state patrol officers who had surprised them.

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Former Supreme Court justice has some great ideas for changing the Constitution


John Paul Stevens’ ideas include abolishing the death penalty.

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Cattle killed in accident

Cattle killed in accident

Cattle truck bound for West Texas overturns on U.S. 287

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All Boys - All Girls schooling

Separating students by sex improves each group's learning trajectory, administrators say

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