Fort Worth culinary scene: fusing the casual and the contemporary

Jon Bonnell knows great cuisine when he sees it.

Lady Panthers to finish season against Arlington Martin

After coming off of a 

Recent thunderstorms lead to hazards; more storms to come

With recent severe weather, and more on the way, the city is trying to keep residents informed on how to handle debris.

The109's Q&A with Fort Worth mayoral candidates

Q: Residents want to know, how you are planning on improving their quality of life. Some are concerned candidates are a little too involved with political details and special interests, and the suburbs beat Fort Worth in things like sidewalks and sp

Play like a girl: Female football player wows on game night

Reilly Fox, a junior at Paschal High School, is the first ever female football player at the school.

Council to vote on re-zoning for TCU fine arts building

Texas Christian University has proposed a re-zoning to build a new fine arts building. Fort Worth City Council will vote on the issue tonight.

Music Festival to offer entertainment on three stages

A music festival Saturday will bring food, drinks and music to the 109.

Local churches begin to ‘Explore God’

Churches are participating in a new program that seeks to answer people's questions about creation and the world of religion.

For TCU students, pathway largely paved for landing internships, jobs

Students are making the annual end-of-the-school-year push for employment, and the university has taken steps to ensure that the path for them is as smooth as possible.

TCU Tailgates in The 109

TCU tailgaters cause trash, noise, and parking problems for residents of the 109.
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