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Up, up, and literally away; helium shortage impacts many

The worldwide helium shortage is causing prices to rise for many including party stores and consumers.

A new late-night restaurant is coming to TCU

A new late night bite is coming to TCU's campus in May with a menu full of different foods.

Fort Worth holds its first transgender day of visibility observance

Fort Worth celebrates its first International Transgender Day of Visibility this Sunday.

New traffic light on Berry Street hopes to increase pedestrian protection

A new traffic light has been placed on Berry Street to increase pedestrian safety and allow access to Lot 9.

Fort Worth fashion companies move toward sustainability

Fast fashion has taken over mainstream culture but not without consequences. Fort Worth clothing companies feature sustainable alternatives.

‘Out of control’ off-campus parties could prompt tickets, arrests

TCU students at a party that "crosses the line" will be ticketed or arrested, according to the Dean of Campus Life.

DFW students protest for climate action

Protesters in Fort Worth gathered Saturday to make their opinions on climate change heard and to promote legislative action.

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.

Marathon runner attacked on Trinity Trails

A Fort Worth marathon runner was mauled Sunday afternoon by an unleashed pit bull.

CDC releases guidelines for a safe Halloween amid COVID-19

A Saturday Halloween was bound to bring out the trick-or-treaters in years past, but this year concerns and protocols about COVID-19 may scare them away.
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