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Over 1,900 signed up for Women's March-Fort Worth Saturday afternoon

By Shane BattisPublished January 20, 2017

Organizers of the Women's March-Fort Worth are expecting about 1,900 people to join Saturday afternoon's march through downtown. Marchers will meet in front of the Tarrant County Courthouse. The group...

Over 1,900 signed up for Women’s March-Fort Worth Saturday afternoon

By Shane BattisPublished January 20, 2017

Organizers of the Women's March-Fort Worth are expecting about 1,900 people to join Saturday afternoon's march through downtown. Marchers will meet in front of the Tarrant County Courthouse. The group...

Car crashes into store on Park Hill Drive

By Shane BattisPublished December 2, 2016

A car crashed into the Put a Cork In It wine store on Park Hill Drive at about 5:40 p.m. Friday. The vehicle smashed through the front window and most of the vehicle entered the building. Chris Keel,...

Big, brown and black dogs promoted at National Adoption Weekend

By Shane BattisPublished November 18, 2016

Stray dogs barked and wagged their tails as visitors walked through the tent lined with kennels. Others enjoyed ear scratches and belly rubs in the meet and greet area outside. These animals were part...

The meteorite is the largest found in Texas and the second largest in the United States. (Shane Battis/TCU 360)

TCU acquires largest chondrite meteorite for Monnig Meteorite Gallery

By Shane BattisPublished November 17, 2016

TCU is now in possession of a piece of history from far, far away. The Monnig Meteorite Gallery in the Sid Richardson Building bought the largest chrondite meteorite ever discovered in Texas. Dr....

Boys and Girls Club of Greater Fort Worth offers children refuge in impoverished neighborhoods

By Shane BattisPublished October 25, 2016

Echoes of squealing laughter can be heard as children race around the room. Pool balls clack together and fruit snack wrappers crumble as elementary students holler and giggle excitedly. Scribbling thoughtfully,...

McCart Avenue crash results in home damage

By Shane BattisPublished October 23, 2016

  Update: Police officials said the incident was a hit and run. No injuries occurred and the suspected vehicle is still at large. A car crashed into the corner of a house at the intersection of McCart...

The clown was spotted after midnight wearing a white mask with red rimmed eyes and mouth. The person was walking around campus with two others who were not dressed as clowns.

Clown hysteria reaches TCU

By Shane BattisPublished October 4, 2016

The clown phenomenon has come to TCU. Students reported multiple sightings early Tuesday morning through social media. TCU police said they haven't receive any calls from students reporting clowns...

Meals on Wheels slices through hunger, melts hearts

By Shane BattisPublished October 3, 2016

Meals on Wheels slices through hunger, melts hearts from Shane Battis on Vimeo. Delivery trucks spur to life every weekday distributing hot meals all over Fort Worth to people in need of a helping hand. Meals...

Fort Worth officer released from hospital after shooting

By Shane BattisPublished September 21, 2016

Officer Xavier Serrano, one of the two Fort Worth police officers shot while responding to a 911 call Friday night, was released from John Peter Smith Hospital Wednesday morning. Serrano had surgery for...

Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra protests pay cuts; all weekend concerts cancelled

By Shane BattisPublished September 9, 2016

Bass Hall, the musical crown jewel of Fort Worth, is silent this week. The only music to be found is the slow march of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra waving “ON STRIKE” signs in front of the building. The...

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