The 16-block-long backbone of Fort Worth’s medical district was added Tuesday to the list of “Great Streets in America,” part of an updated list of “Great Places in America” as named by the Washington, D.C.-based American Planning Association.
Daniels gave Banister nothing but Band-Aids to work with for the last three years. Now he says a change of direction is needed. From what? As long as Daniels is in charge, this team will be a second-class team, even with all its young talent.
To put it bluntly, we’ve been patsies. Our government, companies, infrastructure and institutions have been the targets of countless cyberattacks, feints and breaches. Recall, for one example, Chinese hacking.
Cheers: To TxDOT for not mowing the northern I-20 access road between Wichita Street and Campus Drive. As a result we gained naturally, self-planted seed including green antelope horn milkweed, host plant of monarch butterflies.
The Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac now identifies UTA as the fifth fastest-growing doctoral public institution in the country. U.S. News & World Report ranks it among the top public universities
Like Trump or not, he and his follow Republicans are the reason why this country is in the great state it’s in. Please vote because of who made this country great again. That brought back prosperity and jobs.
The 110-year-old Palace Theater lightbulb in the Stockyards Museum, the Top O’Hill Terrace gambling casino, the sci-fi Water Gardens and statues of J.R. Ewing and Peter Pan are among Fort Worth-area tour stops.
They seem to believe that this upcoming generation of public school students will be better equipped to deal with the future if they do not know who was the first woman ever to be a viable candidate for the United States presidency.
Barack Obama has taken his practiced pauses back on the campaign trail in recent days to gin up Democrats’ energy to help ensure they recapture control of the House on Nov. 6 and — who knows? — maybe even the Senate.
The elected Texas State Board of Education voted to restore a phrase in seventh-grade history lessons about the “heroism” of the Alamo defenders. It wasn’t taken out to undermine Texas pride -- only to shorten the curriculum.
Fort Worth police officer Garrett Hull, 41, died Friday at John Peter Smith Hospital. He was shot when he and nine fellow officers confronted suspects outside a robbery at a bar in the south side neighborhood of Worth Heights, the latest in a series of robberies.