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.
Residents Voice Frustrations At Fort Worth City Council Over Shooting Death Of Atatiana JeffersonConcerned community members packed the Fort Worth City Council’s first meeting since Atatiana Jefferson was shot and killed inside her own home by a police officer.
Election Fraud Lawsuit By Former Opponent Of Fort Worth City Councilwoman Kelly Allen Gray DismissedA Texas judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed against the city of Fort Worth by city councilwoman Kelly Allen Gray.
Fort Worth's Sycamore Creek Golf Course Could CloseAccording to a resolution being considered at Tuesday's Fort Worth City Council meeting, the golf course has lost money each of the last 25 years.
Former Fort Worth Council Candidate Chris Nettles To Contest Election Against Council Member Kelly Allen GrayNettles said he will file a civil lawsuit Thursday on the basis of voter fraud. "We would not have done this if we didn't feel that the race was not fair."
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.
Study: Fort Worth Police Department Needs More Than 300 Officers In Next DecadeOne recommendation is to hire 35 sworn officers, mostly patrol officers, each year, along with ten civilians to work with the department.
Fort Worth City Employees Threaten To Sue City Over Possible Change To Retirement Benefits"If our COLAs (cost of living adjustments) go, we will go to court over this, absolutely," said retired Fort Worth firefighter Jim Tate.
Visit To Fort Worth Botanic Garden May Not Be Free Much LongerA task force is recommending admission fees as a way to recoup maintenance costs.