Runoff elections needed in White Settlement, Keller council races

| |Thursday, Nov. 06, 2014

Tarrant County voters approved all city and school district bond and sales tax propositions. But Weatherford voters rejected a bond proposal.

Tarrant-area propositions buck Texas conservative trend

| Wednesday, Nov. 05, 2014

From the Editorial Board: While there are few surprises in the statewide elections, Tarrant County voters made some counter-intuitive choices, overwhelmingly supporting a diverse array of local propositions.

Democrats fail miserably in attempt to turn Texas blue

Wednesday, Nov. 05, 2014

From the Editorial Board: The idea was that through increased voter registration (particularly among Hispanics), use of technology as was done in electing President Barack Obama and a surge in turnout, Texas at least would become more of a battleground state if not majority Democratic.

Incumbents sweep Tarrant congressional races

| |Wednesday, Nov. 05, 2014

Local voters on verge of sending five Republicans and one Democrat back to U.S. House.

Birdville, Keller school bonds approved by voters

| |Wednesday, Nov. 05, 2014

Almost 67 percent of voters in Birdville and 57 percent in the Keller district approved bonds.

Konni Burton reclaims Texas Senate District 10 for Republican Party

| |Wednesday, Nov. 05, 2014

Republican Tony Tinderholt takes early lead in House District 94; incumbents in Tarrant County state legislative races are leading in re-election bids.

Republicans dominate almost all Tarrant County races

| |Wednesday, Nov. 05, 2014

Following a statewide trend, GOP candidates had little trouble in most countywide races.

Voters say yes to Arlington’s $236 million bond package

| |Wednesday, Nov. 05, 2014

The four separate propositions will allow for street, parks, library and fire facility improvements over the coming years.

Fort Worth arena proposals passed by wide margin

| Wednesday, Nov. 05, 2014

The funding proposals for a new arena in the Fort Worth Cultural District were overwhelmingly approved.

If adopted, Denton fracking ban would face legal tests

| |Saturday, Nov. 01, 2014

Some say a proposed prohibition on hydraulic fracturing violates Texas law, but supporters call it “legally defensible.”