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Sunday, February 28, 2021

Suspicious man found lurking in closet of college residence hall at TCU

A female TCU student discovered a man hiding in her closet at a campus residence hall Friday night according to a crime alert sent out by TCU police.

It all happened around 7:45 p.m. Nov. 7, according to the email alert sent by Detective Vick

Faculty reflect on the life of Professor Louis Stripling

Students and faculty in the Neeley School of Business gathered in Smith Hall Wednesday evening to remember professor Louis Stripling.

Stripling, 70, was found just after 11 p.m. Tuesday in the 2800 block of Park Place, according to the T

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

Fall festival roundup

A list of fall festivals to lookout for.

Musical instrument benefit sale to be held at TCU

Musical instruments provided by the Rockley Foundation at no cost and used by Piano Texas International Academy & Festival and TCU’s School of Music in June will be sold to the public beginning July 4.

The annual sale will run July

Flood control options discussed at Fort Worth watershed meeting

The Storm Water Management Division presented a possible solution to the Forest Park-Berry flooding problem – passive detention -- at a community meeting in the109 on April 28.

The Feasible Options Study meeting, held at Travis Avenue Bap

Paschal High School gains new assistant principal

Miguel Del Toro is returning to work in education as Paschal's new assistant principal.

Author Anne Lamott back to speak about new book

For the second time this year, author Anne Lamott will be speaking at Arborlawn United Methodist Church.

Rev. DeAndrea Dare, associated pastor of spiritual formation and small groups

Horses That Heal

Equine therapy is helping people with disabilities all across the country and Movie Tavern West 7th Street premiered Horses That Heal on Sunday.

Never too young to make an impact

A 12-year-old boy helps hundreds of people around the world receive hearing aids.
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