HSNT "Trick or Trot" to raise money for North Texas animals

Trick or trot! Runners and their pups will gather on the Trinity Trails this Saturday, Oct. 10 for a Halloween-themed "Trick or Trot" race. The run for a...

TCU and the 109, a match made in heaven – most...

An earlier version of this story incorrectly reported the population of Fort Worth in the first paragraph. It was corrected Jan. 29.

When TCU moved to Fort Worth in 1910 it was a fledgling university of less than 500 students

Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts performs "Carousel"

The Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts will utilize this year’s talent to perform a Rodger and Hammerstein favorite “Carousel.”

Fall semester brings new college outreach to the Beth-El Congregation

The Beth-El Congregation welcomed a new rabbi recently.

Mayor Betsy Price to run for 3rd term

Her grandchildren call her "Tootsie," her husband calls her "Blondie" and the rest of Fort Worth knows her as Mayor Betsy Price.

109ers concerned with a variety of issues in Tuesday primaries

The Texas primary election voters at the 109’s Congregation Ahavath Sholom synagogue on South Hulen Street were primarily concerned with the races for governor, district attorney and attorney general on Tuesday.

The main issues affectin

Slideshow: Workers in the 109 reveal their secret passions

Reporter Tuyen Hoang asked workers in the 109 to share their hidden passions, and here's what she discovered.


Mark Lunde

Neighborhood: Cross Creek Ranch

Job: Mixologist


Residents “deck the halls” for the holidays

Fort Worth residents have begun decorating for the holidays, some starting the day after Thanksgiving.

All in the life of a 109 pizza delivery boy

Each job, including delivering pizzas, offers its own unique experiences.

Christian Mason, a 109 resident and pizza delivery boy, thinks his job at Toppers is interesting.

Mason’s most interesting delivery, he said, was at a p

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