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Police evacuate Benbrook hotel during standoff with bank robbery suspect
Benbrook police arrested a bank robbery suspect following a standoff at a local hotel Friday night, police said. On Friday night, police followed a man who is suspected of a … Click to Continue »

POSTED DECEMBER 15, 2018 6:17 PM
This is not the first time Fort Worth judge has ruled against key Obamacare provisions
A Fort Worth judge who ruled core provisions of the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional Friday has a history of controversial rulings, several of which blocked other parts of Obamacare. District … Click to Continue »

POSTED DECEMBER 15, 2018 6:09 PM
Fort Worth Salvation Army $100,000 behind goal due to shortage of bell ringer volunteers
The Salvation Army in Fort Worth is desperately looking for people to be bell ringers as it expects to fall $100,000 short of its donation goal. Patrick Patey, Marketing & … Click to Continue »

POSTED DECEMBER 15, 2018 4:44 PM
Fort Worth judge rules Obamacare unconstitutional, casts doubt on insurance for millions
A federal Fort Worth judge filed a decision in a national Obamacare ruling on Friday, casting doubt on coverage for millions of Americans. U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor sided with … Click to Continue »

POSTED DECEMBER 14, 2018 8:09 PM
Bishop on petition: ‘I’m not a dictator ... I just ask that people worship in peace.’
Bishop Michael Olson says he has been as transparent as possible in dealing with the departures of priests and other decisions affecting parishes under his supervision in the Diocese of … Click to Continue »

POSTED DECEMBER 15, 2018 1:48 PM
‘Let’s go ahead’: How one Fort Worth store owner led the way to end 1950s segregation
In a museum devoted to a legendary 20th-century American superstore, two signs might be the most important. On a 1950s directory from the old Leonards Department Store downtown, family historian … Click to Continue »

POSTED DECEMBER 15, 2018 5:13 PM
Here’s why DFW didn’t see the snow and destructive winds that were predicted
A weather system that developed over North Texas on Thursday afternoon and persisted through Friday was supposed to drop a little wet snow on the region and bring powerful, destructive … Click to Continue »

POSTED DECEMBER 15, 2018 1:43 PM
Temperatures fall as a cold front hits downtown Fort Worth
At Fort Worth’s Meacham Airport, the cold front arrived at 2:10 p.m. Within 45 minutes, temperatures dropped from 63 to 48 degrees and 29 mph wind gusts were recorded. … Click to Continue »

POSTED DECEMBER 13, 2018 6:01 PM
Fort Worth police introduce their take on Elf on the Shelf
In a video posted to the Fort Worth Police Department Facebook page, Fort Worth police parody Elf on the Shelf with Cop on the Shelf. … Click to Continue »

POSTED DECEMBER 14, 2018 12:37 PM
Men of color in Tarrant County and Texas account for most executions, per report
Two of the four executions scheduled in 2017 for Tarrant men have been carried out. Two men, Paul Storey and Tilon Carter, remain on death row. The single Tarrant County … Click to Continue »

POSTED DECEMBER 14, 2018 9:29 AM

City News

Council accepts Race and Culture Task Force recommendations
City staff directed to research costs and best methods for implementing the wide-ranging recommendations. Further action on implementing the recommendations is expected in 2019.

Celebrate the season with Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra
Get into the holiday spirit with an evening of classical music, including all the holiday songs you know and love. The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra will be performing 'Sounds of the Season' Dec. 20 in the gallery of the Central Library.

Fort Worth gets rebate from Chase for procurement card use
The city is the anchor organization in a consortium of more than 330 users.

North Texas continues to explore a future with hyperloop technology
The Regional Transportation Council wants to know more about hyperloop technology and how it could be used to revolutionize travel. Expanded travel options with a positive impact on air quality make this technology attractive.

Recommended funding targets Northside neighborhood for improvements
The City Council will be asked to approve $2.87 million for public safety, capital improvements and neighborhood revitalization. On Jan. 15, 2019, the City Council will vote.

City council votes to approve pension solution
Now that council has approved the plan, it will move to an all-employee vote in February.

Renovated facilities unveiled at Will Rogers Memorial Center
Renovated cattle and poultry barns are set to welcome exhibitors to the 2019 Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo. Refurbished Cattle 1 and Poultry barns ready for start of 2019 Stock Show on Jan. 18.

Survey: Cyclists most comfortable separated from cars
The closer respondents lived to a bicycle facility, the more likely they were to ride a bicycle in the past year. . Another important conclusion drawn from survey was people's desire for more dedicated bike facilities.

Mayor Price's Jingle Bike and Ball rescheduled to Dec. 15
The party and ride will be at Chesapeake Plaza, in front of the Pier 1 Building. The family-oriented ride starts at 10 a.m. Dec. 15. The after-party will feature food trucks, live music and plenty of family fun through 12:30 p.m.

Protect your ride and what's inside while holiday shopping
As you continue your holiday shopping, don’t give burglars and thieves a chance to steal. Provided are several crime prevention tips.


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