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Fort Worth Demolishes Homeless Camp, Scattering 80 People

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — The city of Fort Worth has started breaking up a homeless camp, using heavy equipment to clear the area and force more than 80 adults and children to abandon most of their belongings. 296 more words


Feb. Monthly Musings: Fun and smart marketing tips


Welcome to Friday in the Frozen Tundra of Texas. Take a break and enjoy this edition of Monthly Musings. Stories include:

  ✬ SMART PROMOTION: How the makers of the Monopoly board game injected excitement into the game’s 80th anniversary. 113 more words

Stock Yard Parking 'Headache' For Homeowners

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FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – One of Cowtown’s biggest events is causing big frustration for homeowners.

The Stock Show and Rodeo continues for another two weeks. 332 more words


Fort Worth Considering Demolishing 5 Public Pools

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FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – It is not the time of year most of us think of swimming. But Fort Worth is about to dive into the problem of how to deal of a handful of eyesore pools, of of which is more than 80 years old. 369 more words


Fort Worth, TX: USD101 million Tower 55 project is complete

A ceremony has been held to mark the completion of infrastructure works costing USD101 million in Fort Worth, the Tower 55 project.

While the primary goal was to improve rail traffic-flow through a congested interlocking, the project has delivered substantial safety benefits through the elimination of three level crossings. 68 more words

Level Crossing

Celebrating the Second Annual Cowtown Cook-Off

Here at Medford Remodeling, we take great pride in supporting and giving back to the DFW community. It is encouraging to hear about the positive impact local associations, such as the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Fort Worth, make in the lives of our youth. 168 more words

Community Events

Outdoor Warning Siren Malfunction Alarms Fort Worth Residents

FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – Outdoor warning sirens went off in East and North Fort Worth Thursday morning, causing concern for hundreds of residents who flooded police and fire dispatchers with calls. 163 more words