City Of Fort Worth Offering Assistance With Emergency Rental ApplicationsThe City of Fort Worth is helping residents fill out applications for emergency rental assistance.
Fort Worth Moving Forward On Mixed-Income Housing Development Named For Opal LeeThe complex will be named for Opal Lee, a Fort Worth educator and activist, known for her national campaign to make Juneteenth a federal holiday.
Today Only: No Appointment Necessary For Community COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic In Fort WorthMedStar has partnered with the City of Fort Worth in offering a community COVID-19 vaccine clinic -- today -- where no appointment is needed.
Fort Worth Fire Chief Jim Davis Warns Against Using Car, Fuel Generators To Stay Warm: 'Carbon Monoxide Issues Are Real'The city's fire chief says that there have been over 60 calls in the last 24 hours due to carbon monoxide poisoning from residents trying to stay warm in cars or by using generators.
Fort Worth Says Water Utility Addressing Concerns Over Higher BillsSpecifically, the customers have questioned the accuracy of the water meters.
Fort Worth Hires From Within, Naming Neil Noakes City's New Police ChiefNoakes has been with the Fort Worth Police Department for 20 years and since March 2019, he has been deputy chief.
City Of Fort Worth Buying Pier 1 Headquarters, Will Be New City Hall In 2022Mayor Betsy Price said it will save tens of millions over building a new complex, where cost estimates were running above $200 million.
With COVID-19 Cases Spiking, Fort Worth And Tarrant County Issue 'Urgent Stay-At-Home Requests'The City of Fort Worth and Tarrant County have issued formal requests asking residents to stay at home and drastically limit social interactions to help combat the record-breaking surge in COVID-19 cases.
Family Of Atatiana Jefferson Sues Former Fort Worth Officer Aaron Dean For Shooting Her Through WindowFamily members of Atatiana Jefferson have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the former officer and the city of Fort Worth.
Findings From Criminal Investigation Into Fort Worth's Former Aviation Director William Welstead Turned Over To DA's OfficeThe City of Fort Worth says William Welstead, who was fired in September, engaged in a pattern of unethical behavior, unfair treatment of city employees and may have misspent city money.
Fort Worth City Manager Initiates Audit, Criminal Investigation Following Termination Of Aviation Department DirectorCity Manger David Cooke is auditing the department and asking Fort Worth Police to open a criminal investigation.
For The First Time, City Of Fort Worth Prepares To Implement Parental Leave PolicyThe City of Fort Worth is implementing a new parental leave policy, available to all employees, effective October 1.
Fort Worth To Provide Permanent Housing For Coronavirus-Vulnerable Homeless PeopleThe new units will provide housing for high-risk COVID-19-vulnerable and disabled people experiencing chronic homelessness.
Fort Worth Offering $10M In Grants To Small Businesses Impacted By Coronavirus PandemicAn infusion of needed cash is now available to more small businesses in Fort Worth.
Fort Worth Announces Plans To Help Restart City's Economy During PandemicIn announcing the initiative called Fort Worth Now, Mayor Betsy Price said the city was looking to be on the leading edge of the recovery.