National Night Out is a nation wide effort for local law enforcement and the residents they serve to establish a relationship; which in turn, hopes to prevent crime.
Author: Tori Knox
As gang violence has decreased in Fort Worth, the lifestyle has also adapted. The typical and tradition gang lifestyle is no longer prevalent.
Despite a nation decline in teenage pregnancy, Texas continues to have some of the nations highest statistics.
The Fort Worth stray and feral cat population may seem out of control, but Trap Neuter and Release has been keeping the population steady.
Gang activity in Fort Worth was at an all time high in the 1980s and 1990s giving Fort Worth the nickname “Murder Worth.” This activity and violence has decreased over time due to the efforts of different organizations.
University Christian Church began hosting their advent events on Nov. 27. Events will be held until Jan. 8.
The courses were built around the avoid, deny, defend strategy that was developed by the Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training in 2004.
The South Central Alliance of Churches is helping families in the 109 purchase Thanksgiving dinners at reduced prices.
Fort Worth scored a perfect 100 for LGBT inclusiveness in the community on a national scorecard. Scores account for city policies, services and municipal laws.
The 2016 census of the homeless population showed that 25 percent of the homeless population living in Tarrant and Parker Counties have a mental illness.