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Center Stage one of the biggest and fastest-growing talk shows on BlogTalkRadio is bringing you a weekly segment called: "Let's Talk Fort Worth". "Let's Talk Fort Worth" is a gutsy segment we do on the show that brings you pertinent, cutting-edge topics about what's going on in the city of Fort Worth. Our motto is less music, more talk.

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The District 11 city council race is headed to a run-off between Rick Herring and Jeanette Martinez. Who will be the last man or woman standing. Rick Herring has experience on the zoning board and many years working in the community, while Jeanette Martinez has spent many years working for a county commissioner's office. That said, with each having a wealth of knowledge that could help the residents of District 11 who will be the people's choice for their next councilperson. Both will be our guests Friday night.
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The city of Memphis is due to release the tape that shows the arrest of Tyre Nichols today after 6pm. City leaders are pleading for calm as the tape of the beating of Tyre Nichols at the hands of five Memphis police officers is said to be... more

Many are good at talking about the problems that plague the city of Fort Worth but few come up with solutions to improve the city. Well, tonight we're talking about how this upcoming election could address and fix what's wrong in this city.

"Let's Talk Fort Worth" is on ELECTION WATCH" and we recently spoke with Jesse Taylor and was told JesseTaylor will soon be announcing his candidacy for the District 11 city council race. District 11 is one of the new districts that was... more

When you ask someone how they feel about the direction the city of Fort Worth is headed the answer is almost always the same. The number one answer is that the people are tired of the ole Fort Worth way. The second most popular... more

In May of 2023 we will be voting for our next mayor and 10 city council seats...what do we need to see moving forward.

Aaron Dean was just sentenced to 11 years 10 months and 12 days for the October 12, 2019, murder of Atatiana Jefferson. This sentence makes him ineligible for probation. Join the conversation tonight!

Aaron Dean Jury is deliberating his sentence. We are looking at everything from probation to twenty years.

Aaron Dean has been convicted of Manslaughter for the death of Atatiana Jefferson on October 12, 2019. The sentencing phase is taking place today. We know manslaughter carries 2 to 20 years in prison with the possibility of parole.

Day 5 of the Aaron Dean trial and the State and Defense have rested and closed. That said, there are countless witnesses who could have testified, was all possible evidence presented to the jury, was this trial rushed, why didn't they humanize... more

The prosecution in the Aaron Dean trial rested on Wednesday. Many believe that was premature as so much about this case could still be needed to secure a win for the prosecution. There are questions about why was Aaron Dean given... more
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