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Never too young to make an impact

Never too young to make an impact

By Colleen Powell
Published Apr 16, 2019
A 12-year-old boy helps hundreds of people around the world receive hearing aids.
The Tarrant County Courthouse. Photo from Fort Worth Weekly

CASA of Tarrant County advocates for children in foster care

By Taylor Boser
Published Apr 3, 2019
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, and CASA is looking to gain more volunteers to help children in foster care who are in need.
Ignorance can only be dissolved through our willingness to educate. With this panel we strive to educate our community on the “T” in the LGBTQ+ and all who identify under the “T” umbrella, said co-organizer Cason Esquivel. Credit: Cason Esquivel.

Fort Worth holds its first transgender day of visibility observance

By Grace Toups
Published Mar 30, 2019
Fort Worth celebrates its first International Transgender Day of Visibility this Sunday.
The TEXRail station in Fort Worth has been operating since the end of January. Image courtesy of Trinity Metro.

TEXRail station to expand after ‘overwhelmingly positive’ response

By Desaray Hickombottom
Published Mar 21, 2019
The TEXRail station in Fort Worth is planning for an expansion after two months of being open.
Keen placed first in the Flying Pig Marathon last year and wants to beat her time record this year. Credit: Caitlin Keen

Marathon runner attacked on Trinity Trails

By Grace Toups
Published Mar 5, 2019
A Fort Worth marathon runner was mauled Sunday afternoon by an unleashed pit bull.
Patrons spend time in the Fort Worth Public Librarys central branch in downtown Fort Worth. (Photo by Nicole Hawkins, TCU 360)

New library operations hope to attract more guests

By Nicole Hawkins
Published Mar 4, 2019
The Fort Worth Public Library's strategic plan aims to make libraries across the city more user-friendly and accessible.
Up, up, and literally away; helium shortage impacts many

Up, up, and literally away; helium shortage impacts many

By Riane Cleveland
Published Feb 26, 2019
The worldwide helium shortage is causing prices to rise for many including party stores and consumers.
The 2019 Cowtown Marathon will also have childrens races, a 5K, 10K, half and full marathons. Credit: Cowtown Marathon

Time to run like cattle

By Grace Toups
Published Feb 20, 2019
The 2019 Cowtown Marathon will run through this weekend offering multiple racing opportunities with proceeds going towards C.A.L.F.
Outrun Trafficking image from Facebook

TCU helps community ‘Outrun Trafficking’

By Elizabeth Ragone
Published Feb 19, 2019
The Outrun Trafficking team will run in the Cowtown Marathon to end modern slavery.
The TCU overlay was adopted Dec. 2, 2014 and allows only three unrelated adults to live in a single family home. Image by the City of Fort Worth.

Neighbor to Neighbor program encourages cooperation between students and Fort Worth residents

By Nicole Hawkins
Published Feb 16, 2019
Since the introduction of this program in 2015, relations between students and Fort Worth residents have improved.
Chief Judge Rodgers with a plaintiff at a Court in the Community initiative at Southside Community Center on Feb. 14. (Photo by Nicole Hawkins, TCU 360)

Warrant Forgiveness Month encourages Fort Worth residents to right their wrongs

By Nicole Hawkins
Published Feb 11, 2019
Chief judge of the Fort Worth Municipal Court, Danny Rodgers, describes the court’s initiative to absolve the over 300,000 outstanding warrants in city.
High school hoops: Arlington Heights and Country Day lose, Paschal survives

High school hoops: Arlington Heights and Country Day lose, Paschal survives

Published Feb 5, 2019
Paschal was able to scrape out a win, but both Arlington Heights and Country Day fell in their weekend matchups.