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One prospective buyer wanted to turn it into a dance studio. Another, an office complex. Someon
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
The Fort Worth City Council settled the “stealth dorms” issue Tuesday night by limiting the number of u
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A plan to limit the number of students allowed to live in single family homes in the TCU area was passed today, but with a key exception.
The Fort Worth Zoning Commission unanimously voted Wednesday to recommend restricting the number of unre
The runoff election for District 9 City Council is approaching, and both candidates talked openly with the 109 about issues and each other.
Madelyn Gibbs spends her days answering questions from curious residents, preparing for her next initiative and sifting through an inventory room collection of pamphlets, pens and shoelaces made from recycled glass soda bottles.
Texas’ new voter ID law had little to no effect on the 2014 primary elections, but a variety of political leaders say the true test will be in the general election.
The 2014 Texas primary elections were the second statewide elections wh