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Who’s angry now?

Tristeza Ordex-Ramirez knew that she had to oppose Fort Worth councilman Jungus Jordan’s bid to serve on the board for the National League of Cities.

Cheers & Jeers

Cheers and Jeers

Cheers: To those volunteers who left their families and went to the coast to aid the victims of Hurricane Harvey. I am especially proud of my nephew, who drove from Utah all the way to Beaumont to help and be of service.

Opinion

This is the murderous version of Trump’s Muslim ban

Kill the Muslims. That's how the latest version of the Muslim ban is shaping up. Started shortly after Donald Trump made it clear to the world that Muslims were not welcome in the United States, other countries started their own, more brutal and deadly effective ban.

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Two Fort Worth officers injured after crashing into bank wall

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Father talks about the loss of his slain son at killer's hearing

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Can DFW land Amazon?

While DFW competes for new Amazon headquarters, take a look inside one of its fulfillment centers 1:05

While DFW competes for new Amazon headquarters, take a look inside one of its fulfillment centers

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TCU's Patterson after beating Oklahoma State: 'We wanted to be relevant'

'Our world has been turned upside down'

Dallas police officer Patrick Zamarripa's mother, Valerie, relives the night her son was killed. (video by Jared L. Christopher)
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'Our world has been turned upside down'

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Scuffle breaks out over immigration laws in Texas State Capitol

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Protests erupt in the Texas House

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Remembering Officer Patrick Zamarripa: A Paschal teammate's tribute