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In the next several days, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will announce its final rules to reduce the emissions of carbon pollution from old coal-fired power plants.
Fort Worth’s 16-member Historic Stockyards Design District Task Force looks like it’s in danger of not meeting its goal of setting redevelopment guidelines in the landmark Stockyards.
Property values are up, and that’s a good sign for the Tarrant County economy.
Fort Worth has long been military-friendly, partly because of the long military presence here and partly because it’s the right thing to do.
While passions continue to run high over Sandra Bland’s death in a small Texas jail, the tragedy is shining a spotlight on a world that remains out of sight and out of mind for most of us.
Most people know about Fort Worth’s cowboy past.
Those like us who personally know meningitis simply will never forget it or its impact.
Owners of the women’s pro basketball team made a wise choice moving to College Park Center.
Texas must keep its promises to employees while it seeks to control obligations.
A Cleburne group is careful about who guards recruiting stations, but others seem less responsible.
The people of Wichita Falls deserve a salute for their ingenuity and willingness to try something new in the face of the recent — but thankfully over — severe drought.
As scrutiny continues of the disturbing death of Sandra Bland in a Texas jail, much public attention is rightly focused on the traffic stop that set in motion Bland’s final days.
It’s not an uncommon scenario.
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