Fort Worth

The Homeless Get Sick; ‘Street Medicine’ Is There for Them

“Street medicine,” which had only a few resolute practitioners when it got its start in the mid-1980s, has surged within the past decade, growing into a network of programs in over 85 cities and in 15 countries.

Fort Worth, Texas Cracks Top Cities List

Fort Worth added 18,664 people in 2017, an average of 51 per day—enough to push the city into 15th place on the list of the country’s largest, according to recent census data.

Mayors Seek New Ways to Align Young Peoples’ Skills With Businesses’ Needs

“While we would like for each child to be on a four-year track to college, it doesn’t have to happen that way,” Fort Worth's mayor said on Thursday.

Fort Worth Is Sharing Data With the Private Sector Faster

Cities have a new standard for releasing building permit data. Now what?