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Nicole Hawkins

Nicole Hawkins is a journalism and political science double major from Tucson, Arizona. When Nicole’s not reporting, you’ll likely find her talking politics, iced coffee in hand.

Mayoral candidates talk transportation, education, discrimination in Fort Worth

Fort Worth mayoral candidates shared their stances and plans for the city at TCU's mayoral forum Monday.

What we’re reading: Biden’s running for president

Today, we’ve got updates on Biden’s presidential announcement, the historic North Korea-Russia summit and new details about the Sri Lankan Easter bombings.

Alumna founds collegiate jewelry line

A TCU alumna founded a collegiate jewelry line that has expanded to over 45 universities across the country -- and it’s still growing.

Students raise voices at annual poetry slam

TCU hosted the Voice2Youth Poetry Slam with the goal of "building confidence, literacy and leaders” in local elementary through high school students.

What we’re reading: Trump visits the border

We’re back and we’re reading – everything from “The Washington Post” to the “The New York Times.” We’re trying to help you keep up...

New library operations hope to attract more guests

The Fort Worth Public Library's strategic plan aims to make libraries across the city more user-friendly and accessible.

Most print reporters barred from Trump-Kim dinner in Vietnam

The White House barred four reporters from attending a dinner between President Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un after reporters shouted questions at the president.

What we’re reading: Jussie Smollett arrested

Jussie Smollett turned himself into police Thursday morning after being charged with felony disorderly conduct.

Neighbor to Neighbor program encourages cooperation between students and Fort Worth...

Since the introduction of this program in 2015, relations between students and Fort Worth residents have improved.

Warrant Forgiveness Month encourages Fort Worth residents to right their wrongs

Chief judge of the Fort Worth Municipal Court, Danny Rodgers, describes the court’s initiative to absolve the over 300,000 outstanding warrants in city.
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