Fort Worth refugee programs help refugees adapt

More than 16 percent of Fort Worth residents are refugees who have fled persecution from their home country.

According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, at least 35 million people in the world have been forced to flee their

Video: TCU hosts 18th annual Easter egg hunt

Families of the Fort Worth community welcomed April at the TCU 18th Annual Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday.

The egg hunt was a joint effort of the TCU Alumni Association, the Fort Worth Young Alumni Board and the TCU Student Foundation.

109 wine shop weathers competition from increased liquor chains

Chris Keel is used to facing some challenges to his wine shop business by now.

After weathering the economic recession and building his inventory back up, the next challenge Keel and his s

Westcliff’s Student Council strives for service

Sitting in the Westcliff Elementary auditorium during an after-school meeting, students discussed what it means to be a Student Council officer.

Helping others and learning to be a leader were the most popular responses from the second through

Super Bowl crowds will not keep 109ers from joining the celebration

Nearly 75,000 visitors are expected to flock to Fort Worth for the Super Bowl, but the Convention & Visitors Bureau hopes that won’t keep 109ers and other city residents from joining the

Spring Break in the 109

Rather than heading to the beach or the slopes for spring break this year, residents of the 109 need to look no further than their own ZIP code for family fun and entertainment.

Fort Worth Zoo

At the Fort Worth Zoo, located just outsi

Music in the 109 this week, Feb. 12-18

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