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Dallas Fed's Fisher, Philadelphia Fed leaders to retire in 2015

WASHINGTON — The outspoken president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia will step down in March, shortly before the central bank is expected to raise interest rates for the first time since the recession, the regional bank said Monday.

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Ex Rangers manager Washington apologizes for 'breaking wife's trust'

IRVING, Texas (AP) — Former Texas Rangers manager Ron Washington says he is embarrassed for 'breaking his wife's trust.'

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Troubled RadioShack files SEC form, talks with 'major vendor'

RadioShack Corp.’s latest filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission describes recent discussions that “could be beneficial to the financial restructuring of the company.”

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REIT plans demolition of Fort Worth's Westchester Plaza, mixed-use redevelopment

The developer is seeking a $3.8 million reimbursement from the Southside tax increment finance district.

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Road Show: City leaders prepare campaign to corral votes for $450 million arena

Fort Worth’s biggest backers of a new arena at the Will Rogers Memorial Center are leaving little to the chance of a “no” vote in a citywide election Nov. 4 to decide on new fees that would fund 15 percent of the $450 million project.

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Water District race ousts one incumbent: Other races for May 11

 

In Arlington, Mayor Robert Cluck was reelected with 72 percent of the vote. Challenger Jerry Pikulinski received 20 percent of the vote and Chris Dobson received 8 percent of the vote. In Arlington’s District 4 council race incumbent Kathryn Wilemon handily won reelection over Danile Wood with 74 percent of the vote.
In Arlington’s District 5 council race, incumbent Lana Wolff defeated Christopher McCain with 69 percent of the vote. In the race for Arlington’s District 8 race Michael Glaspie Sr. was elected with 64 percent of the vote, defeating challengers Richard Weber and Joe M. McHaney.

In Fort Worth’s District 2 race, incumbent Salvador “Sal” Espino, received 55 percent of the vote, defeating former city councilman Jim Lane.
In the District 4 council race, incumbent Danny Scarth defeated challenger Paul Gardner with 57 percent of the vote. The District 5 race is headed for a runoff with incumbent Frank Moss receiving only 43 percent of the vote to challenger Gyna Bivens 47 percent of the vote. John Tunmire received 8 percent of the vote.
In the District 8 election, incumbent Kelly Allen Gray, with 55 percent of the vote, held off the former councilmember in that district, Kathleen Hicks.

In the other races for Fort Worth City Council and for Fort Worth Mayor, the incumbents ran unopposed. For a backgrounder on thos races, go here.


The race for Mayor of Watauga is headed for a runoff between Robert Leon Daniel who received 42 percent of the vote and Hector Felton Garcia who received 44 percent of the vote. Joseph Zappavigna received 14 percent of the vote.

In one of the hottest contested races May 11, for three seats on the Tarrant Regional Water District Board of Directors, two incumbents held their seats, but a challenger, Mary Kelleher, who ran with a slate as a block with two other challengers, gained a seat on the board. Incumbent Hal S. Sparks III, lost his seat. Early in the night, the three challengers were in the lead, but fell back as votes from Saturday were counted. For a backgrounder on that race, go here.

For more election results, go here.

 

 

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