Transgender Bathroom Battle Begins In Fort Worth ISDLt. Gov. Dan Patrick says the job of a superintendent is not social engineering but preparing students to succeed and says Dr. Kent Scribner should resign if he doesn't reverse course.
Outpouring Of Support Shown For Officer Shot Multiple TimesThe outpouring of support and well wishes for Officer Matthew Pearce, who was shot by a wanted suspect and the entire Fort Worth Police department continues as the wounded officer remains in critical condition.
Changes PossibleTo West 7th Street Bridge In Fort WorthCity staff says if council approves funding work could be completed in a matter of months.
Historic Fort Worth Post Office For Sale?Fort Worth outgrew city hall years ago. It now spends a million dollars a year to rent office space in other buildings. That money could go to buying the post office.
North Texas Mayor Prepares For Surgery After ConcussionFort Worth Mayor Betsy Price's husband made a 911 call from a bike trail more than a year ago. Her dented bike and cracked helmet were evidence of how hard she fell, but it was what couldn't be seen that is still bothering the mayor to this day.
Fort Worth Sues Chesapeake Energy Over Natural Gas RoyaltiesThe City of Fort Worth is suing one of the companies it used to celebrate. In a lawsuit filed this week, Fort Worth claims Chesapeake Energy shorted the city millions of dollars in royalties from natural gas leases.
Fort Worth Mayor Takes Lead On Bike RidesFort Worth Mayor Betsy Price has wrapped up her first full season of "rolling town halls," bike rides designed to encourage fitness that have also resulted in lots of interaction with the public on city issues.
Mass Transit Leaders Defend Travel ExpensesCBS 11 News caught up with several executive members of the Fort Worth Transportation Authority after reports about their tens of thousands of dollars in travel expenses.