Lack Of Parking Causing Spike In Towing In Popular Fort Worth SpotA city task force is holding meetings about congestion in the area, but Vestar, the company that manages the Crockett Row development, has no plans to stop towing in the short term.
Fort Worth Crews Working Overtime To Mow Fast-Growing GrassUsually in the summer, Fort Worth crews mow parks every 21 days. But this isn't a normal summer for the parks department or the grass.
Day Camp Collaborates With Food Bank To Feed CampersHot meals were replaced with hummus, pretzels and fruit cups after a summer day camp program run by the City of Fort Worth turned to a food bank to feed kids.
Homeowners Furious Over 'Stealth Dorm' Near TCUZoning for two of the streets closest to TCU still allow buildings for more than one family.
Fort Worth Program Keeping Kids Safe From LeadThere's a danger lurking in some North Texas homes, hiding in plain sight and targeting children. Now the City of Fort Worth is stepping in to help and educate.
Fort Worth Looking To Fill Jobs, High-RiseThere will be open spaces in four of XTO's five downtown office buildings and in a building in the Stockyards.
Fort Worth Sees Spike In Violent CrimeMurders, rapes, robberies and assaults all went up compared to this time last year.
Fort Worth Looking To Replace Lead PipesThe city is concentrating its search inside Loop 820, which is the older part of Fort Worth and where lead pipes are most likely to be found.
Fort Worth To Expand Technology To Track Heavy RainfallFort Worth is now looking for ways to warn people of approaching floods before they happen.
New Apartment Complex Cause For Concern In Fort Worth NeighborhoodThe development of condos and apartments along historic Samuels Avenue so far has mostly been over dilapidated buildings and run down warehouses. But the next phases of the project down there moving to more established and historic homes.
Some Concerned About Weather Emergency Siren Not WorkingMost cities routinely test their outdoor emergency warning sirens approximately once a week. But one Fort Worth siren has been routinely broken and fixed and broken again for months.
Cleaner Streets Coming To Fort WorthThe city bought more fuel-efficient sweepers and found staffing from people already working at garbage drop-off points.