12 hours ago | City Hall
In a move that should go in the news dump hall of fame, Dallas City Manager A.C. Gonzalez announced on Memorial Day afternoon that he would be stepping down at the end of January 2017, ending a three-year reign as the un-elected CEO of the city. W...
15 hours ago | Women's Health
Image 390650350 from shutterstock, por favor This spring, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration gave Texas woman who might seek to have an abortion a big boost when it changed the label on mifepristone, a drug that can be used to medical...
2 days ago | City Hall
The city of Dallas might become Texas' second major city to "ban the box" and require private employers to delay asking applicants about their criminal backgrounds until they have been given a conditional offer of employment. The policy change wou...
4 days ago | Sports
Thursday afternoon, Major League Baseball reduced Rangers second baseman Rougned Odor's suspension for clocking Blue Jays right fielder Jose Bautista right in his face from eight games to seven. With Odor's appeal of his suspension dealt with, he'...
5 days ago | Crime
Baylor has done the bare minimum it had to do after revelations of a campus culture that turned its back on, and often actively worked against, victims of sexual assaults committed by members of the school's football team. Art Briles, the former S...
5 days ago | Animal Welfare
The family of Antoinette Brown, the woman mauled and killed by a pack of loose dogs in South Dallas earlier this month, is demanding $5,000 from the city of Dallas in order for the city to avoid a lawsuit, interim City Attorney Chris Bowers said T...