In your Tuesday Report: Is the sidewalk in front of your home cracked and crumbling? Under city ordinance, it’s your responsibility to fix it. Reporter Emily Wolf explores how this ordinance affects infrastructure equity and what the city’s doing to improve it.
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And, when coming across a bad road, whom do you blame? Weather? Construction? Reporter Rachel Behrndt explains why your answer should include impact fees.
Also, health reporter Alexis Allison chats with an emergency room physician about fireworks — how they’re dangerous and why, for thousands of people across the U.S., they might result in burns this July.
Finally, health advocates across Tarrant County used National HIV Testing Day to meet people in person, encourage testing and combat stigma. Photojournalist Cristian ArguetaSoto talks to Celebrate Shi Founder Misty Wilder and brings you the story.
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ON TAP: Michelle Green-Ford just held her first annual meeting as CEO of the Fort Worth Metropolitan Black Chamber of Commerce. Business editor Bob Francis will outline the chamber's new initiatives soon. Make sure you keep coming back for the latest, relevant reports on Fort Worth Report.
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◾ Iconic Perrotti’s Pizza expanding in Fort Worth. (Press release)
◾ Fort Worth ranks as 12th hottest U.S. city for apartment construction. (CultureMapFort Worth)
◾ Texas Historical Commission to honor John Lytle Goforth at Fort Worth's Goforth Cemetery. (Press release)