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Local businesses welcome development but fear the results.(Image by: Lucy Puente TCU360)

Fort Worth “No Se Vende,” the reality local businesses fear

By Lucy PuentePublished September 28, 2021 When driving around the south side of Fort Worth, signs and murals speckle Hemphill Street reading “Hemphill No Se Vende,” which translates to “Hemphill Not For...

Trent Shaskan, Fort Worth bread maker, owner of The Table

Grains to grocery: One bread maker brings together farmers and artisans at locally-sourced store

By Haeven Gibbons, Executive Editor, TCU 360Published May 6, 2021

Grains to grocery A Fort Worth bread maker opens a local grocery store for farmers and artisans

Clinic manager Angelle Harris walks in the front door of the Whole Womans Health clinic in Fort Worth, Texas, Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2019. Faced with drives of four hours or more to Fort Worth, Dallas, El Paso or out-of-state clinics, many women in West Texas and the Panhandle need at least two days to obtain an abortion _ a situation that advocates say exacerbates the challenges of arranging child care, taking time off work and finding lodging. Some end up sleeping in their cars. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

Abortion access threatened as restrictive bills make their way through Texas Legislature

By Katherine Lester, Managing EditorPublished May 4, 2021

Anti-abortion bills make their way through the Texas Legislature What the heartbeat bill passed by the Senate could mean for Texans.

One of the Funky Town Fridges (Haeven Gibbons/Line Editor)

Fort Worth’s first community fridge program helps serve vulnerable neighborhoods

By Haeven Gibbons, Executive Editor, TCU 360Published April 28, 2021
The pandemic and its subsequent economic upheaval prompted one Fort Worth native to adopt a creative approach in nourishing people living in some of Tarrant County’s hungriest ZIP codes. 
Marcelino Flores wears a face mask as he delivers food to a table at Picos restaurant Wednesday, March 10, 2021, in Houston. Picos, like many restaurants across the state, continue to operate at a reduced capacity and ask customers to wear masks despite Texas Gov. Greg Abbott ending state mandates for COVID-19 safety measures Wednesday. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

Top places to eat around Fort Worth

By Frances WetherbeePublished April 26, 2021

The city of Fort Worth has a buzzing food scene that any Horned Frog can appreciate. No need to travel to Dallas for foodie favorites and fancy finds when Fort Worth has an abundance of TCU classics...

Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price and the City Council struck down a poker shop this week (AP Photo/David Kent)

Dispute over 24/7 poker room in Hulen Pointe Mall resolved

By Logan OrsiniPublished April 19, 2021

Plans for a 24/7 poker room folded last week when Fort Worth City Council members rejected plans for a gambling facility in Hulen Pointe Shopping Center. Earlier in the month, the Fort Worth Zoning...

The outside of DFWs newest retail store. (Photo courtesy of Nancy Jones)

Newest DFW retail store offers a different kind of discount shopping

By Logan OrsiniPublished April 12, 2021

A retailer new to the metroplex has brought a twist to discount and membership shopping.  Crazy Cazboy’s features overstocked, damaged and returned merchandise at steep discounts based on the...

FILE - In this Jan. 13, 2021, file photo, tenants rights advocates demonstrate in front of the Edward W. Brooke Courthouse in Boston. President Joe Biden’s administration is cutting things close on a nationwide eviction moratorium, which is set to expire in less than a week. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer, File)

Experts concerned about rise in Fort Worth’s homeless population as eviction moratorium nears end

By Haeven Gibbons, Executive Editor, TCU 360Published April 9, 2021
The number of homeless people in Tarrant County is down sharply according to the most recent census, but homeless agencies and advocates worry the numbers reflect an undercount that could swell when the federal moratorium on evictions ends.
This photo shows half the inside dining area of the new Poop Deck location, which is adorned with various TCU decorations. (Caroline Fisher/ Reporter)

Popular karaoke bar Poop Deck plans relocation to Bluebonnet Circle

By Caroline FisherPublished April 6, 2021

After 22 years at the corner of Seminary Drive and Granbury Road, the Poop Deck has found a new home.  It’s taking over the space vacated by Fred’s Texas Cafe on Bluebonnet Circle and adding...

The entrance of the Fort Worth Zoo (Katherine Griffith/Line Editor)

Second phase of Fort Worth Zoo renovation project to open in mid-April

By Katherine GriffithPublished April 6, 2021 The second phase of the Fort Worth Zoo's master plan to expand the park and give guests more interaction with animals is set to open later this month. The plan, entitled...

Collin Sansom holding a cup of coffee at Fort Worth Coffee Co. (Photo courtesy of Hayes MacGregor)

TCU student helps open up a new coffee shop in Fort Worth

By Lindsey BakonyiPublished March 31, 2021

A bike ride with a friend has led a TCU student on an entrepreneurial journey.  Hayes MacGregor, a junior political science major, is among a group of investors who bought out the Craftwork Coffee...

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