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Inside look: Top gubernatorial candidates challenge Gov. Abbott in Texas primaries

With the primary election less than a month away, here's an inside look on some of the candidates appearing on the ballots.

Artist at the Modern Art Museum uses pennies to reflect on the pandemic

Artist Jill Magid spread 120,000 pennies throughout New York City bodegas, the same amount as one stimulus relief check, and transformed it all into an art exhibit.

Fort Worth Police arrests man on TCU campus after city-wide pursuit

The Fort Worth Police Department arrested a suspect outside of the Sid W. Richardson Building Tuesday night.

TCU dining prepares for increased need amid winter storm

Last year's winter storm caught TCU faculty and students by surprise, leaving many to depend on TCU dining for food. This year, TCU dining is prepared to keep everyone fed during the storm.

Winter is here: TCU extends campus closure into the weekend

TCU extends campus closure until noon on Saturday, Feb. 5 due to inclement weather.

From shorts to snow, Fort Worth braces for ice

Ice, sleet and snow are expected to hit Tarrant County Wednesday evening.

Fort Worth female-owned businesses grow, starting on West Vickery

Local female entrepreneurs are part of the 156% growth in female-owned business in Texas over the past two decades.

Suspect involved in Airsoft gun shooting near campus in police custody

TCU Police Department reported its first crime alert of the spring semester to the campus community late Tuesday evening.

Finishing strong: Honors academic advisor shares tips for finals week

Justine Grace, an honors academic advisor at TCU, offers strategies to help students make it through finals week.

The Van Cliburn International Piano Competition returns to TCU

Auditions for the prestigious competition will take place at TCU's PepsiCo Recital Hall in March 2022.
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