Tense Discussion In Fort Worth Over Controversial ArrestA crowd filled the Christ Church Assembly of God with concerned citizens, city leaders and Fort Worth Police to talk about community relations and the controversial viral video arrest by a Fort Worth Police officer.
Proposed Fee On Fort Worth Water Bills Could Cover Pothole RepairsThey're two issues politicians want to avoid; potholed streets and raising voters' bills. But those two issues may collide in Fort Worth.
Arlington Heights Neighborhood Hoping For Permanent Flooding FixHomeowners and the City of Fort Worth are working to address the chronic flooding in Arlington Heights.
Fort Worth Offers Active Shooter Safety ClassesWhat would you do if a gunman entered your place of work? Being prepared is the best answer. Now a chance for you to learn useful techniques is being offered by the city of Fort Worth.
New Bike Lanes Causing Confusion Near Elementary SchoolTrace Ridge Parkway next to Lone Star Elementary School in north Fort Worth has undergone a dramatic facelift since parents last picked up their children from school several months ago.
Battle Over No Parking Signs Near TCU CampusTCU lost parking spaces when a construction project started. Homeowners have been putting up their own "no parking" signs.
City Of Fort Worth Reaching Out To Fight Lead In WaterYour water department is not responsible for the lines from the meter to a public drinking fountain, the actual drinking fountain or for the lines from the meter to the taps on your house.
Lab Testing Water From Fort Worth ISDThey're looking for lead in water at schools.
Fort Worth Amends Ridesharing OrdinanceThe City of Fort Worth is giving more freedom to ride-sharing companies like Uber and Lyft.
Fort Worth City Council Approves Settlement With Chesapeake EnergyThe City of Fort Worth says it has reached a $15 million settlement with Chesapeake and Dorchester Resources, L.P, a company to which Chesapeake assigned an interest in its gas well leases.
After More Than 24 Hours, Fort Worth Rescinds Boil Water NoticeFor the second day in a row, thousands of North Texans woke up unable to drink the tap water in their homes. But, that didn't last for long. Shortly after 7 a.m. officials with the City rescinded the boil water notice issued on February 4.
Thousands Told To Boil Drinking Water In Far North Fort WorthThousands of residents in parts of North Fort Worth are being asked to boil their water this morning after an operational error led to a loss of pressure in the water lines.

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