Five months ago, Dallas didn't even register on Forbes rundown of U.S. metro areas with the rosiest employment prospects, losing out to San Jose and Austin but also to Birmingham, Charleston, and Lakeland, Florida.
That was a prediction based on a survey of employers' hiring predictions. Now that t ... More >>
An independent review of the University of Texas study that famously declared fracking could not be tied to groundwater contamination has recommended that the school retract it.
The well-publicized report released earlier this year by the Energy Institute, "Fact-based Regulation for Environmental P ... More >>
At Friday's Democratic primary run-off debate between Domingo Garcia and Marc Veasey for the 33rd wasn't quite as bitchy as we had hoped, in that Garcia didn't refer to his opponent, a grown-ass black man, as a "boy" this time, which is positive, right?
At the beginning, hell, we even thought this ... More >>
There are 11 candidates in the crowded Democratic primary for the new congressional district spanning from Oak Cliff to Fort Worth, but the race is quickly sinking into a political pissing match involving just two as the May 29 primary approaches.
Marc Veasey, a state representative from Fort Wort ... More >>
A handful of Dallas Independent School District gatheredn the old board room at 3700 Ross this morning to poke at a question with big implications: How can the district get the most of its new partnerships charter schools, possibly even next school year?
Born out of April's West Dallas "School Zo ... More >>
Remember when I said you'd never see this picture again? Apparently, I was wrong.Right about now, Mayor Tom Leppert, council member Ron Natinsky, state Rep. Rafael Anchia, Office of Economic Development head Karl Zavikovsky and a few other folks on the Dallas trade mission to Europe are probably ... More >>
SMU and the Department of Defense are already partners on that paper-thin camera straight outta 1984 by way of Minority Report. Now the Hilltop sends word of its latest DOD partnership -- a $5.6-mil Neurophotonics Research Center that'll be run by Marc Christensen, electrical engineering chair in ... More >>
Justin TerveenAs usual, friend of the show Justin Terveen was out and about shooting the city this week when he discovered that part of Little Baghdad in the Cedars is being torn down. And by Little Baghdad, I mean, of course, the small patch of Alma Street and Cockrell Avenue made to look like N ... More >>