$800 million bond looks to expand JPS medical and behavioral health...

A no tax rate increase bond proposal calls for voters to approve constructing new beds and facilities in the John Peter Smith Health Network.

2019 Fort Worth Budget: Burglar alarms spike in fees for commercial...

An influx in burglar alarm emergency calls from commercial locations, both false and real calls, prompted city officials to double alarm permit fees. The annual...

Parks department plans to restore neglected neighborhood

There is a neglected part of Fort Worth that is finally getting some of the attention it deserves.

Westcliff bike giveaway rewards perfect attendance at school

A Westcliff resident shares her love for bicycling and gives students at Westcliff Elementary a unique incentive to come to class.

11-year-old boy raises over $67,000 to give the ‘gift of hearing’...

After his dog ate his hearing aids, twice, Braden Baker made it his mission to raise awareness and give back to the hearing loss community.

Fort Worth water line bursts, floods Trinity Park

Flooding along Trinity Park shut down northbound traffic on University Drive near I-30

The University Next Door

TCU's enrollment has increased by more than 60 percent over the past 20 years. Now the campus and its neighborhoods are recognizing the changes that come with 1200 more students living off campus.

Traveler brings exploratory exhibition to Fort Worth

The Fort Worth Science and History Museum is hosting a new exhibit by a Fort Worth local, David Hares II.

Bluebonnet Place, Blue Zones Project to host free concert in park

Members of Bluebonnet Place Neighborhood Association are working to improve Bluebonnet Circle Park. The first step to doing so? A free concert in the park.

Bluebonnet Circle to become more pedestrian-friendly

Renovations coming to Bluebonnet Circle aim to make walking, parking and shopping easier for residents.
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