Top Fort Worth news: Police hunt for armed robbers; Amazon exec on why city lost bid for HQ2

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Fort Worth police searching for 2 men accused of 3 armed robberies

After three armed robberies between March 29 and April 16 at Fort Worth auto part stores and gas stations, detectives with the Fort Worth Police Department have asked the public for help identifying suspects.

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Meet the candidates for Fort Worth City Council District 5

Incumbent Gyna Bivens faces several opponents for the east Fort Worth District 5.

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A toast-focused restaurant will expand to Fort Worth

Toasted Coffee & Kitchen, Dallas’s first toast-focused restaurant, will expand to a second location in Fort Worth.

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Consultant for Amazon HQ2 explains how Fort Worth missed out

Robert Hess, consultant for the state of New York in the bid for Amazon HQ2, was the keynote speaker for the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce annual meeting.

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