The city of Fort Worth has paid $480,385 since 2017 on police liability claims. More than a quarter of that spending came from a single case. During each City Council…
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Click! Candlelight vigil for Fort Worth student featured as favorite image, and a look back at the top photos of the week in Fort Worth, Tarrant County
I captured my favorite image of the week on Jan. 23. About 250 people mourned and celebrated the life of a 17-year-old Paschal High School student who died because of gun violence. The candlelight vigil, hosted by the University United…
Some guests flinched — others cheered — when the loud bang of a competitor’s gun echoed on Jan. 25 at the John Justin Arena, 3400 Burnett Tandy Drive. Ninety-three competitors split into 44 different classes within three categories — main…
‘Western art is a big deal:’ Reserve grand champion crafts art through Cowboy Artists of America workshop
Western landscapes and frogs — two subjects a dedicated 15-year-old painter enjoys working on the most. The reserve grand champion of the 2023 Fort Worth Stock Show Art Contest, Jessa Clements from Gonzalez, began painting two years ago. Now, she…
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