Nashwa Bawab is an editorial fellow at the Dallas Observer and a recent journalism graduate from The University of Texas at Austin. She's from Arlington and is excited to begin writing important stories from DFW.
2 years ago | Politics
The good news, such as it is: The Tarrant County Republican Party decided that a politically conservative trauma surgeon who also serves on the Southlake City Council is a perfectly fine choice to be party vice chairman, even if he is a ... gasp ....
2 years ago | People Issue
In the heart of the Bishop Arts district, a bit of Dallas magic is stirring up in the form of a holistic boutique that opened its doors in October. SoulTopia sells crystals, elixirs, tarot cards, candles and herbs. They also offer tarot card readi...
2 years ago | Immigration
The Border Patrol is ordering medical checks on every child in its custody following the death of two migrant children as Dallas activists and advocacy groups mourn their deaths and ask why medical checks weren’t a priority as the Trump administra...
2 years ago | News
Dallas’ unemployment rate has stayed relatively stagnant this year, while statewide, Texas has seen 29 consecutive months of employment growth, according to recent data from the Texas Workforce Commission. The local unemployment rate stayed at 3.2...
2 years ago | Weather
Look, we're sorry, OK? The last time we ventured into weather forecasting, we may have been a little overexcited at the remote prospect of snow in North Texas. We admit it now: "Snowpocalypse" and "frozen hell" were a bit over the top in describin...
2 years ago | Education
Black and Hispanic students in Dallas public schools are more likely to get harsher discipline, lower grades and fewer opportunities than their white peers, according to a report from ProPublica. The report, which uses numbers mostly taken from da...