City of Fort Worth
Fort Worth is trying to dig Lake Worth out of a problem. The problem is having a whole lot of water in the lake but not much you can do with it for fun, like boating.
Dogs and roosters, you’re on the clock. Fort Worth’s city council passed changes to its noise ordinance Tuesday night. It includes specific decibel limits for day and night time noise, as well as a time limit for animals who are a bit too vocal.
Businesses are doing it, hospitals are doing it… will the City of Fort Worth be the next employer, and first major city in the country, to ban the hiring of smokers?
Walter Dansby acknowledges he is the first African-American superintendent in Fort Worth’s history. But he’s quick to point out, that is not why he is the new superintendent.
Fort Worth officials are gearing up to rewrite the city’s noise ordinance to make it more specific and ease enforcement.
The contentious debate about how to dispose of saltwater produced during natural gas production has spurred The City of Fort Worth to hold a series of public meeting for input.
CBS 11 News has confirmed that Fort Worth City Councilman Frank Moss has suffered a heart attack.
FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – Mayor Mike Moncrief strode into a meeting room adjacent to the mayor’s office at city hall with suit coat off and with a smile on his face. A dozen people sit […]
When the sun goes down, new city streetlights click on in Terrell Heights, just southeast of downtown, turning it into a splash of brightness – a considerable contrast to the neighborhood next door, in Hillside, where dogs howl in the darkness.
During election time, temporary signs seem to sprout organically along the roads, dwarfing the standard postings looking for home sellers or 20something singles.
Fort Worth city planners expect sales tax revenues and property values to increase enough to save a few city programs from the chopping block, some of which help monitor crime and bolster policing.
As the spring storm season approaches, the City of Fort Worth is taking two big steps to prevent and alert residents of possible flooding.