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  2. Fort Worth Police Department - Wikipedia

    The Fort Worth Police Department (FWPD) is the police department of Fort Worth, Texas, United States. Neil Noakes is the Chief of Police. FWPD is responsible for traffic and general law enforcement within the city limits of Fort Worth. Specialty divisions include investigation, K-9, bicycle patrol, and SWAT.

  3. History of Fort Worth, Texas - Wikipedia,_Texas

    The history of Fort Worth, Texas, in the United States is closely intertwined with that of northern Texas and the Texan frontier. From its early history as an outpost and a threat against Native American residents, to its later days as a booming cattle town, to modern times as a corporate center, the city has changed dramatically, although it still preserves much of its heritage in its modern ...

  4. Stop Six, Fort Worth, Texas - Wikipedia,_Fort_Worth,_Texas

    Stop Six is a neighborhood in south-east Fort Worth, Texas . Stop Six, a mostly African-American neighborhood , [1] is known for its state championship high school basketball team, Dunbar High, in 1993, 2003, and 2006. [2]

  5. List of neighborhoods in Fort Worth, Texas - Wikipedia

    The Overton Park neighborhood children can currently attend Tanglewood Elementary which has long been the highest ranking elementary school in Fort Worth ISD. A new Elementary school is scheduled to open in 2020 and will be attended by children in Overton Park, Overton Woods, Riverhills and Foster Park.

  6. Polytechnic Heights, Fort Worth, Texas - Wikipedia,_Fort...

    Polytechnic Heights, known as Poly by locals, is a neighborhood of Fort Worth, Texas, located on the southeast side of the city. In 2016, the neighborhood had roughly 20,000 citizens. Texas Wesleyan University is located in Polytechnic Heights. Rosedale Street serves as the neighborhood's main roadway.

  7. Dallas Fort Worth International Airport - Wikipedia

    The airport opened for commercial service as Dallas/Fort Worth Regional Airport on January 13, 1974, at a cost of $700 million. The first flight to land was American Airlines Flight 341 from New York, which had stopped in Memphis and Little Rock. The name change to Dallas/Fort Worth International did not occur until 1985.

  8. North Side High School (Fort Worth, Texas) - Wikipedia

    In 1884, the small community of Marine, located near what today is the intersection of North Main and Central Avenue, was the beginning of what would become North Fort Worth, Texas. The North Fort Worth High School provided a basic education in the "Three R's" for the small community north of the Trinity River.

  9. R. L. Paschal High School - Wikipedia

    R. L. Paschal High School is a secondary school in Fort Worth, Texas, United States. It is part of the Fort Worth Independent School District, and the oldest and largest high school in Fort Worth ISD. The school is ranked 390th in Texas and 4,720th in the United States for best quality of education by U.S. News & World Report.