Tarrant County Leaders Pushing State To Reverse Plan To Cut COVID-19 Vaccine AllocationsAs FEMA prepares to open a federal vaccine hub this week at Globe Life Field, the county is not receiving any new first doses of vaccine from the state.
Tensions High After Tarrant County Commissioners Vote To Maintain Controversial Immigration Enforcement ProgramThe Tarrant County Commissioners Court voted to extend a controversial immigration enforcement program and some in opposition expressed their unhappiness with the vote.
Tarrant County Voters Approve $800M Hospital District BondThe bond, which does not require a tax increase, includes a new mental and behavioral health hospital, main hospital tower, cancer center, four regional health centers and an ambulatory surgical center.
Tarrant County Calls For $800M Bond Election To Improve Hospital DistrictProposed improvements include a new mental health and behavioral health hospital, a new main hospital tower, cancer center, four regional health centers and an ambulatory surgical center.
Property Tax Rate Decrease Proposed In Tarrant CountyThe Tarrant County Commissioners Court was presented with a balanced budget proposal which includes a 1 cent decrease from the current tax rate.
Tarrant County Implements Burn BanThe ban will be in place for the next 90 days.
Tarrant County Expands 2013 West Nile Virus PlanLike other counties across North Texas, Tarrant County is expanding its West Nile plan as it heads into a new virus season.
Tarrant County Spends $50 Million On Buildings With Little Public InputA CBS 11 News investigation has uncovered nearly $50 million in cash or planned investments for construction projects that were OK’d by the Tarrant County Commissioners Court with little or no public input in the midst of an uneasy economy.