Fort Worth Homeowner Faces Lien On Property If He Doesn't Pay Portion Of 'Shocking' Water BillLast October, records showed a sudden, dramatic spike in Tim Liang's water usage. The bill for water alone was $758.
Fort Worth City Council And School Board Approve Anti-Vaping Resolutions“We’re the first city and the ISD in the United States of America to do so, so we are setting the example tonight,” said FWISD school board member Tobi Jackson.
Employees Staying Fit Saves Taxpayers Millions In Fort Worth, City Manager SaysCity Manager David Cooke said there are about 12,000 employees, retirees and dependents enrolled in the city’s healthcare program.
Future Of Fort Worth's Weekly Rodeos Unclear After City Council VoteThe Fort Worth City Council approved a new management contract for the Cowtown Coliseum in the Stockyards on Tuesday night.
Free 2-Hour Parking On West 7th Street DelayedThe promised return of two hours of free parking Friday, was delayed at least until Sunday, due to a state requirement for city ordinances that involve fees or penalties.
Fort Worth Leaders Approve 2 Hours Of Free Parking In Popular West 7th Urban VillageStarting Friday, you can park in metered spots for free for two hours between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. The rate goes up to $3/hour for the third hour and beyond.
Fort Worth Planning To Put In More Sidewalks; Taxpayers Can Help Decide WhereThe city has identified more than 7,000 locations across the city that don't have sidewalks, but need them.
Former Fort Worth Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald Loses Fight To Keep Old Job From Being FilledFitzgerald said the judge's criticism of the city was a step in the right direction and he plans to continue pursuing his lawsuit.
Christina Brooks Hired As First Diversity And Inclusion Director For City Of Fort Worth“She is a results-driven diversity and inclusion professional with 20 years of experience working with underrepresented populations in public, private, local, national and international settings," said City Manager David Cooke.
Fort Worth Close To Hiring Diversity And Inclusion DirectorAn announcement on the new hire could come as early as the end of the week.
Fort Worth Promises Change In Wake Of Atatiana Jefferson Shooting, Including Police Review BoardThe city of Fort Worth said it is actively looking to hire a diversity and inclusion officer along with a police monitor.
Texas Workforce Commission Finds 'No Evidence' Fired Fort Worth Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald Was Guilty Of MisconductThe Texas Work Force Commission announced its decision that “[t]here was no evidence” that former Fort Worth Police Chief Joel F. Fitzgerald “was guilty of work connected misconduct.”
City Of Fort Worth Getting Heat For 'In No God We Trust' Banners Put Up Legally By Atheist GroupThe city said Metroplex Atheists purchased the banners that are currently displayed in several downtown locations.
Former Fort Worth Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald Files Whistleblower Lawsuit Against CityJoel Fitzgerald sat quietly while his attorney painted a picture of a chief hired to clean up a department, only to find himself out of a job for his efforts.
Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price Expects Interim Chief Ed Kraus To 'Reestablish Trust And Build Morale'The Fort Worth City Council welcomed the city’s new interim police chief with applause Tuesday, less than 24 hours after firing Joel Fitzgerald from the top law enforcement job.