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TCU professor: Texas water supply can be maintained

TCU professor Becky Johnson spoke Tuesday on the changes needed to conserve and maintain Texas' water supply.

The environmental science professor spoke on TCU's campus about the global shortage of water and then discussed local effort

Trinity Episcopal Church offers unique Ash Wednesday services

Trinity Episcopal Church offered a wide array of Ash Wednesday worship services to accommodate as many people as possible yesterday.

The earliest service called "Ash Wednesday for Commuters&

Art Commission approves design for I-30 monument

The Fort Worth Art Commission approved preliminary design plans and a $52,350 budget recom

Fort Worth ISD names finalist for superintendent

Dr. Joel D. Boyd, 35, who is superintendent of Santa Fe Public Schools, is set to become the 25th superintendent in Fort Worth’s history. Boyd would lead the 6th largest school district in the state in regards to enrollment. 

FWAFA’s Eurydice opens in one week

Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts’ theater department is putting on Sarah Ruhl’s adaptation of Eurydice next weekend.

Students focusing on theater have been working on their production since returning from winter break. Stu

Photographs by Rong Rong and Inri are now on display

The husband and wife team, Rong Rong and Inri, is known for their stark black and white portraits that document their lives together.

Their exhibit, “Focus," went on display on Jan. 31.

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University Baptist Church offers free English classes

University Baptist Church (UBC) is going beyond the norm in their ministry efforts.

UBC is the only church in the 76109 area code to offer English as a Second Language classes. The goal of the progra

Community around Berry Theater hopes for new life for abandoned landmark

One prospective buyer wanted to turn it into a dance studio. Another, an office complex. Someon

Regulations for Uber, Lyft could be on the way in Fort...

Fort Worth is joining dozens of other cities across the U.S. in considering regulations for ride-sharing services such as Uber and Lyft.

Douglas Wiersig, the city's transportation and public works director, led a presentation in Tuesday&r

Fort Worth City Council, 109 homeowners reach compromise on TCU overlay

The Fort Worth City Council settled the “stealth dorms” issue Tuesday night by limiting the number of u

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