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  1. If you park downtown in the pouring rain, will you still get a parking ticket?Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Star-Telegram.com

    If you park in downtown Fort Worth during a downpour, don't assume you can get away without putting money into the meter. You might get away with it, but it's possible that when you return to your vehicle a soggy citation will be slapped onto your windshield.

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  2. Sandy Lake Amusement Park announces that it is closing permanentlyRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Star-Telegram.com

    In December, Mindia Whittier, a member of United Fort Worth, criticized the Fort Worth City Council for how it appointed the co-chairs to the Race and Culture Task Force. The parents of Botham Jean - Allison and Bertrum Jean - sat down with the Star-Telegram on Oct. 17 to talk about their son, who was killed by an off-duty, uniformed Dallas police officer on Sept.

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  3. State Rep. Bill Zedler speaks out against concrete plantRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Star-Telegram.com

    A popular attraction for North Texans since the early 1970s, Sandy Lake Amusement Park announced that it is closing permanently. The park lured families with rides, mini golf, swimming and events.

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  4. The press should be careful not to feed unfounded fears about vaccinesRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Star-Telegram.com

    As a physician, I think it is time for the responsible press to stop referring to acute flaccid myelitis as "polio-like." The disease has no known cause but clearly isn't polio.

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  5. Texas voter fraud victim: - I can't believe people have the nerve to do that'Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Star-Telegram.com

    Two Attorney General investigators arrived at Ofelia PeA a's north Fort Worth home earlier this year, wearing suits and flashing badges. The cautious 72-year-old woman let them in, but she checked their identification twice and kept her handgun within easy reach.

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  6. Attorneys accuse AG Paxton of seeking voter fraud charges to suppress minority voteRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Star-Telegram.com

    Attorneys for a woman accused along with her mother of taking part in a voter fraud ring that targeted the elderly in north Fort Worth say the women are "political footballs" being kicked around by those who was to suppress minority votes. Recent charges alleging that four women are part of an organized voter fraud ring on the city's north side - announced just weeks before the Nov. 6 midterm election - are political moves geared to diminish minority voting in one of the state's reddest counties, two attorneys allege.

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  7. How a stranger's offer to help an elderly blind woman vote led to fraud chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Star-Telegram.com

    But after Delfino Garcia suffered a stroke in 2011, and had to be moved into a nursing home, the 76-year-old blind woman began to depend on others. So when a woman visited her north Fort Worth home in 2016, saying she was there to help Barela vote, it seemed like a blessing.

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  8. Texans: Planning to vote early? You can, starting Oct. 22. Here's what you need to knowRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Star-Telegram.com

    Railroad commissioner? County Court-at-Law judge? County tax assessor-collector? When you head to the polls, know what the responsibilities are of the positions on your ballot. Here's a brief explainer on some of the key elected positions in Texas For months - and in some cases more than a year - candidates have been talking about why they should be elected to office.

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  9. Snakes! They're slithering out of the rain into homes. Here's how to keep them outRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Star-Telegram.com

    Record rainfall across Dallas-Fort Worth has creeping critters looking for shelter. Since rain began in September, Dallas Fort Worth Wildlife Control has seen calls about snakes and rats double, owner Randall Kennedy said.

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  10. This popular DFW amusement park is closing for good after 50 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Star-Telegram.com

    Sandy Lake Amusement Park, a popular Dallas-Fort Worth attraction for nearly 50 years and home of the annual FunFest music competition, announced yesterday that it is closing for good. The announcement, made on the park's Facebook page , said that the owners have sold the property "after 48 successful years."

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  11. UPS is hiring so many people, the company's job fair is being called - Brown Friday'Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Star-Telegram.com

    The shipping company - known for its brown trucks and advertising slogan "What can Brown do for you?" - hopes to hire 40,000 workers in one day to gear up for the busy holiday season. That includes more than 2,600 new seasonal jobs in Dallas-Fort Worth.

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  12. Mansfield Timberview footballRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Star-Telegram.com

    Attorneys for a woman accused along with her mother of taking part in a voter fraud ring that targeted the elderly in north Fort Worth say the women are "political footballs" being kicked around by those who was to suppress minority votes. The parents of Botham Jean - Allison and Bertrum Jean - sat down with the Star-Telegram on Oct. 17 to talk about their son, who was killed by an off-duty, uniformed Dallas police officer on Sept.

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  13. Rounding up the new burgers at Trailboss in the Fort Worth StockyardsRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Star-Telegram.com

    But the Stockyards Station grill has upped its game with four new burgers along with its regular menu of Riscky's fried catfish, stew and chili. First and foremost, Trailboss is known first and foremost as a great place to watch the cowboys go by on West Exchange Avenue.

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  14. Rubin, Parker come up huge for Kennedale in hard-fought victory over DunbarRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Star-Telegram.com

    Running back Donovan Rubin ran for 67 yards and two scores as Kennedale survived with a penalty-filled 28-13 win over the Fort Worth Dunbar Wildcats in a District 6-4A Division I game Thursday at Clark Stadium. The game was in doubt until late in the fourth quarter.

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  15. Fuego Burger is closing one of its locations. It's the latest chapter in a long sagaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Star-Telegram.com

    Carlos Rodriguez owner/chef of Salsa Fuego shows how to make his signature Fuego Burger, with fire-roasted green chiles. The burger advanced to the finalis of the 2015 DFW.com Burger Battle Fuego Burger, which opened as 5ive Spice Kitchen in the back of a Rendon convenience store in late 2015, announced Wednesday on Facebook that it is closing its Rendon location.

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  16. Fort Worth's first taproom dedicated to cider is set to open in South Main VillageRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Star-Telegram.com

    Brothers Jason and Patrick Spears grew up in Fort Worth. After a successful launch of their Locust Cider in Washington state three years ago, they are about to open Fort Worth's first cidery in the up and coming South Main Village.

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  17. During ArtsGoggle, you can check out a long-awaited new Near Southside restaurantRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Star-Telegram.com

    Now the Near Southside restaurant has walls and floors, and doors that will open Saturday during ArtsGoggle. It won't be the full menu yet, and grand opening won't be until November.

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  18. Record-breaking rain leads to DFW's wettest autumn yet. Will we see more flooding?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Star-Telegram.com

    It's already the wettest autumn on record for the Dallas/Fort Worth area. The fall season is from September until November.

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  19. Be prepared and ready to go,' officials warn residents of flood risk near Brazos RiverRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Star-Telegram.com

    As the threat of flooding on the Brazos River continued Wednesday night, officials said nearby residents in Parker County should be prepared to evacuate if needed. Parker County public information officer Joel Kertok said the Brazos River near Horseshoe Bend had risen from its normal 3-foot height to 17-feet-deep due to rainfall as of Wednesday.

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  20. Paschal wins first district game in four years; program headed in right directionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Star-Telegram.com

    Fort Worth Paschal hasn't been a football school for the past 20 years. The Panthers have struggled with only 16 wins since 2010 and haven't made the playoffs since 1995.

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