9 days ago | Coronavirus
As layoffs and cut hours because of the coronavirus hit Texas, food banks are scrambling to meet the needs of people who can no longer afford food.
23 days ago | Food News
Food banks and agencies in North Texas expect increased demands on their resources as coronavirus cases continue to grow and are preparing to meet those needs in creative ways. But staff members are also concerned about strains on the system as mo...
24 days ago | Immigration
Growing up in Egypt, Sahar lived in a city near the sunny Mediterranean Sea. In the center of her hometown is a shrine to her great-grandfather, considered a saint in the Muslim faith. But her parents did not require her to wear a hijab, and her m...
1 month ago | Immigration
The new federal public charge rule took effect temporarily this week, significantly expanding the number of factors immigration authorities weigh when considering green card applications. While the new regulations will absolutely affect Dallas are...
2 months ago | Immigration
Many adults in the United States wrongly believe this year’s census will be about citizenship status, and some worry about participating because of it, according to two recent studies. Dallas-area immigrant and refugee organizations say that conce...