Arlington Mayor Jeff Williams led charge for new Rangers stadium

Arlington Mayor Jeff Williams says the successful campaign and election for a $1 billion stadium for the Rangers is done, but there’s still plenty that needs attention, like efforts to create and retain jobs and improve quality of life for families.

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Anonymous ‘angel’ saves Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra

For three months, Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra musicians quieted their instruments and raised their voices, asking for “growth not cuts” while walking a strike picket line in front of Bass Hall. And then an angel appeared.

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Dan McDonald took on Chesapeake Energy, and won

Fort Worth attorney Dan McDonald won a settlement worth more than $51 million in his legal crusade against Chesapeake Energy over a scheme involving payment procedures that allegedly cheated royalty owners out of millions.

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Dr. Stuart Flynn pushes start of FW med school back to 2019

The new medical school hopes to have preliminary accreditation by June 2018. The school is a joint effort between Texas Christian University and the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth.

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TCU football player Caylin Moore now a Rhodes Scholar

Moore, a senior safety for the Horned Frogs, was named a Rhodes Scholar last month. He expects to graduate from TCU in the spring with a degree in economics.

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Katrina Pierson’s journey from the Tea Party to the White House

In a whirlwind year, a North Texas Tea Party advocate is now a senior adviser to Republican President-elect Donald Trump’s presidential transition team.

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Shot 7 times, officer Matt Pearce is living proof of miracles

Five bullets. Seven gunshots wounds. Fort Worth police officer Matt Pearce says he is living proof that miracles can happen.

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Oatmeal the blind steer has found greener pastures

When Kendyll Williams brought a blind steer named Oatmeal to the Fort Worth Stock Show, little did she know that her story would become national news. Once news got out that Oatmeal had been sold to a beef company — that’s what happens to steers — a social media campaign to save the steer took off. Oatmeal survived the ordeal and now lives with a family in Central Texas.

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Arlington’s Maren Morris’ voice and career keep soaring higher

The Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter spent years playing in bars and clubs in North Texas before hitting it big this year with ‘My Church’ and ‘Hero.’

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Kent Scribner kept Fort Worth schools on high road during transgender debate

Fort Worth superintendent Kent Scribner said he emerged from the transgender guidelines controversy focused on his mission to improve schools. He is pushing for improvements in reading, math and college/career readiness.

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