exposure at Capitol sparks shutdown
By David Espo
Congressional leaders ordered an unprecedented shutdown of the House
on Wednesday after more than two dozen people in Senate Majority
Leader Tom Daschles office tested positive for exposure to
a highly concentrated form of anthrax.
stadium construction starts today
By John-Mark Day
ceremony for the new $7 million Lupton Baseball Stadium will take
place at 3:30 p.m. today, but fundraising and zoning permits have
not been finalized.
The Fort Worth Zoning Commission unanimously approved the plan for
the stadium, and the City Council will vote on the plan when they
meet again, said Davis Babb, associate athletic director for advancement.
Bowies brick street considered landmark in Fort Worth
By Laura McFarland
Shops and homes
on either side of the boulevard bustle with activity. The old-fashioned
streetlights give off a warm glow, and the bump, bump, bump of cars
driving on the vintage bricks of Camp Bowie Boulevard fills the
The stretch of Camp Bowie Boulevard that runs from Arch Adam Street
to Merrick Street is one of the few streets in Fort Worth that is
still paved with the bricks that were so popular in the 1920s and
serves up hamburgers and history
By Antoinette Vega
in a small, white brick building on Camp Bowie Boulevard, Kincaids
Hamburgers offers its customers more than a great hamburger; they
serve up a heap of Fort Worth history as well.
Photographs of former beauty queens, Texas sports teams, local radio
disc jockeys and other familiar community faces are strewn along
the white walls along with newspaper and magazine clippings from
Texas Monthly and the Fort Worth Star-Telegram that mention the