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Kayley Ryan


$800 million bond looks to expand JPS medical and behavioral health...

A no tax rate increase bond proposal calls for voters to approve constructing new beds and facilities in the John Peter Smith Health Network.

10th-annual Frogstock features student-led music

TCU students are performing 15- to- 30-minute acts as bands or solo artists Wednesday, May 2, from 4-7 p.m.

City to approve Westcliff rezoning, tackle loopholes that allow “stealth dorms”

Westcliff-area zoning from the 1940s is getting revamped at the petition of residents.

Fort Worth recognized for growing music scene

Fort Worth musicians share their experience making music in a city that earned the first "music friendly community" designation from the Texas Music Office.

Title IX: TCU coaches see growth in opportunities for female athletes

Taking a look at how Title IX has affected TCU over the years.

TCU community remembers ‘King of Geology’ Dr. Arthur Ehlmann

Family, friends hold a memorial for the man who taught TCU students geology for 45 years.

Student playwright sees her work take the stage

“This play all started from a prompt that basically discussed a volatile relationship between a mom and a son.”

Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce comes out against "bathroom bill"

The Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce joins other large urban chambers in Texas in sending the message: "open for business to everyone."

Fort Worth Code Compliance aims to increase recycling

Fort Worth businesses and residents could see a change in the next year in what recycling programs the city has to offer.

Fort Worth Symphony director creates service to divert waste from landfills

Cowboy Compost is an innovative way to combat food going to waste in Fort Worth.

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