T Master Plan brings major changes to public transit

Tarrant County is projected to grow by over 50 percent by 2035. See what the Fort Worth Transportation Authority is doing to keep up with increasing demand.

Main St. Arts Festival Accepting 2016 Artist Entries

Around 1,400 artists applied to be in last year's show. Only 215 were selected. This year's festival, scheduled for April 14 through April 17, is accepting artist applications.

Water proposition among those on statewide ballot

A request to take $2 billion out of the Texas Rainy Day Fund to offset some of the cost of water conservation and development is among the statewide questions on the Nov. 5 ballot.

Proposition 6, which has majority support among Texans, accor

Gas price drop could present problems for US oil producers

Zahid Mehmood, a clerk at the 7-Eleven store on the corner of West Berry and University Drive in the 109, said that in the 12 years he has worked there, he has not seen gas prices drop so much.

“The drop in gas prices is very beneficial

TVS student places fourth in speech contest

Michael Johns, a TVS sophomore, competed at the Rotary Club's Regional Four Way Speech Contest, on Saturday May 7th.

Johns represented Fort Worth South Rotary Club.

Johns traveld to Hurst for the competition where he placed fourth and r

Police: Mentally ill man who threatened woman near TCU campus arrested...

The man, who has a history of mental illness, was released from the hospital on Jan. 6 following a psychiatric evaluation.

Breaking the mold: Multi-sport athletes defy conventional wisdom

Playing more than one sport makes athletes better and more versatile

UCC commemorates tenth anniversary of 9/11

Patrons searching for seats just before 6:30 p.m., Sunday found University Christian Church near-full capacity. They were gathering to remember 9/11 and out of respect for the occasion, the audience was asked to withhold applause until the end of the c

Mayfest to raise funds for local charities

Support Fort Worth one funnel cake at a time.

Chef Jon Bonnell brings fine dining to the 109

When others may end their workday with a movie or a nice dinner out, Jon Bonnell’s day is just beginning.

Bonnell, executive chef and owner of Bonnell’s Fine Texas Cuisi

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