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Posted By FW Mag Staff on 2017 Nov 30 - 3:20pm

by Linda Blackwell Simmons It began on a hot summer night in 1994 in San Antonio. Three young women were visiting a fourth friend, Elizabeth Ramirez, in her apartment. Ramirez’s two nieces were also visiting — sisters, ages 7 and 9. Several weeks after that fateful night, the nieces...

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2016 May 18 - 12:18pm

Texas Christian University charges forward with its Rhino Initiative, a global effort to prevent the extinction of a critically endangered species.

Warning: This story contains images that some readers may find disturbing. It’s a tranquil night on the South African savannah. The full moon silhouettes the gnarled baobab trees, and a symphony of nocturnal insects begins as the grazing rhino plucks and chews another leaf from a bush. For...

Posted By Gail Bennison on 2015 Jul 29 - 2:31pm

Amid the No-Kill Revolution

| shelter photography by Alex Lepe | WARNING: This story contains graphic content and may not be suitable for all readers. Who wouldn’t support a proposal that no animals are ever put to death because they are unloved or unwanted? The answer may surprise you. It is the people who spend...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Jan 23 - 4:38pm

Fort Worth Teacher Charged With Indecency With a Child

by FWTX Editorial Staff (Caution: This story contains graphic sexual content.) Chad Hawkins turned himself into authorities yesterday, weeks after our January story, Is Your Child Safe?, hit newsstands. A warrant had been issued for his arrest citing indecency and fondling of one of his female...

Posted By Molly on 2012 Dec 3 - 10:59am

Q: Having been in sales for several years, I have occasionally dealt with people (customers, prospects, other guys) who made crude jokes and tried to send me trashy e-mails and/or texts. I travel a lot, and my wife happened to see a lewd picture (as a joke) sent to me by a client I had visited out...

Posted By Molly on 2012 Nov 6 - 2:42pm

Q: I may have to cancel my membership to my gym. Other gym visitors are really getting on my nerves. I was in the gym on Monday very early in the morning before work. In a row of 12 empty treadmills, this guy came in, hopped on the treadmill right next to me and started running. To make things...

Posted By Molly on 2012 Oct 15 - 5:04pm

Q: I recently bought concert tickets for a friend and me. Our plan was to go eat and hang with some of our other friends and then stay the night near the concert venue. We had been talking about it for weeks. The morning on the day of the concert, my friend called to say that she wasn’t going...

Posted By Molly on 2012 Jul 26 - 10:44am

Q: My husband and I retired to a small lakeside community, where we hoped to find peace and quiet, spending our evenings sitting outside on our patio overlooking the lake. A few years ago, our retired next-door neighbor sold her home to a younger couple, who use the house as a weekend retreat. The...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Jul 2 - 11:44am

Has the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission gone too far?

With raids ending in violence and what some say are unconstitutional tactics, has the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission gone too far? by Jennifer Casseday-Blair The Alcoholic Beverage Code is straightforward: “This code is an exercise of the police power of the state for the protection of...

Posted By Molly on 2012 Jun 4 - 11:34am

Q: My 10-year-old daughter plays soccer on a co-ed team. Some of the parents are a bit fanatical and exhibit very poor behavior. They use inappropriate language, and their children often cry when we lose a game. Should I just accept this as part of youth sports, or should someone speak to them? A...

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