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- Bad Vibrations
People in the Mallard Cove neighborhood of East Fort Worth are awfully self-centered. They funnel many thousands of dollars into their biggest asset — their homes — and then get all persnickety when somebody tries to plop noisy, toxin-belching compressor stations next door. Residents are afraid they’ll see drastic reductions in their property values. Constant noise might ruin their quality of life. Vibrations from the compressors might ceaselessly rattle their houses, windows, and pots and pans. And airborne toxins might make their children bleed from the nose. What a bunch of whiners.
- Pumping Ronnie Heart
Earlier this year, Ronald Gierhart left his gig as guitarist in Neon Indian, one of the country’s hottest indie acts, to stay home in Fort Worth, pursuing his own music and art and generally enjoying a slower pace. The 26-year-old has quietly been at work on a solo album of electronic music as Ronnie Heart. Everything about the effort is humble and low-key –– the recording is being done not in a studio but at several places around town: his house, his “office” (he gives guitar lessons in the Cultural District), and in local coffee shops.
- Paradise Drowned
A dream turned into a nightmare very quickly for Annette and Michael Daniel — and it’s one they can’t wake up from. Everything they have worked for is slipping away, and there doesn’t seem to be anything they can do to stop it.
- From Here
Toward the end of Saturday, Holy Moly frontman Joe Rose looked out from the stage into the crowd at The Aardvark, pointed a tattooed finger in the air, and yelled, “We’re Holy Moly, and we’re from this motherfuckin’ town!” And then he and his band launched into “Hardcore Werewolf,” causing the spot in front of the stage to swirl in a circle of swinging elbows and bellowed lyrics. For those keeping score at home, the only mosh pit on West Berry Street happened in front of a band that has zero electric instruments.
- Judge rules in favor of waste transfer station near Aledo
Plans for a waste transfer station that could ultimately handle 1,000 tons of refuse daily have cleared a legal hurdle over the objections of the Aledo school district, city officials, Walsh Ranch developers and more than 900 residents, according to court documents.
- Keller police get two different stories about man’s fatal shooting
KELLER — Initially, Michelle Williams said an intruder had broken into her home and shot and killed her husband.
- Briefs: No evidence of TB outbreak at Denton High
<span class="subhead">No evidence of TB</span>
- Wal-Mart heiress arrested in Weatherford on suspicion of DWI
Her attorney says she is contrite. Reports show that she has an earlier conviction.
- Some Denton Students Test Positive for TB
Health officials say fewer than 5 percent of the approximately 270 people tested had positive results.
Photo Credit: AP
- UNT Student Suspected of Having TB
A student at the University of North Texas is undergoing treatment for suspected tuberculosis.
Photo Credit: NBCDFW.com
- ATF: N. Texas Trio Bought Guns for Cartel
Men interested in “bazookas, missile launchers, and grenades,” feds say.
Photo Credit: Getty Images
- Police Have Suspect in Robbery of Elderly Woman
Police issued an arrest warrant for Glenn Darrell Darden for the aggravated robbery of 90-year-old Elaine Truitt.
Photo Credit: Denton Police
- 6-Year-Old Being Honored For Saving Mom With 911 Call
It’s not easy to remain calm and dial 9-1-1 when you someone you love is in the midst of a medical emergency. But Taylor Martin of Godley Is being hailed as a hero for doing just that. Because she’s only six.
- Are The Rangers Making You Stressed? You’re Not Alone
ARLINGTON (CBSDFW.COM) – It’s the bottom of the ninth, two on, two out and you need a hit or your team loses. That’s what your brain thinks. In reality you’re sitting on a bar stool [...]
- Stone Family: Rangers Will Win World Series For Shannon
At Chad Stone’s house in Grandview, the Rangers game is on full blast. The Stones will tell you they’ve always loved baseball, especially the hometown Rangers.
- Rangers Baseball Strikes Up Life-long Friendship
Talking baseball seems to come naturally for Michael Wang and Flo Walzer, because it was baseball that brought them together. Michael, the fan and Flo, the employee, began their friendship 22 years ago.
- Dallas Woman Caught In Middle Of Immigration Debate
It’s hard for Anatolia Garcia to hide the monitor that’s been strapped to her ankle for four weeks. “I feel humiliated. Every time I go to my children’s school, I have to cover it up. I don’t want to embarrass my children.”
- College Group Providing Road Map For Students
A college outreach program known as University Crossroads has been active in North Texas high schools for years. Now, the group is moving into a new home on Dallas’ Maple Avenue—making it easier for students to find them and find the help they need to navigate the college maze.