3 days ago | LGBTQ
While Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro spoke with Dallas business leaders Thursday at the Old Parkland hospital campus, dozens of demonstrators lined the street outside, some denouncing him as a fascist despot and others welcoming him to Texas. ...
3 days ago | City Hall
More than a year after a group of Dallas churches and outreach groups began organizing a system for offering shelter to homeless people on nights when it's too cold to be outdoors, the Dallas City Council considered the latest version of a plan to...
14 days ago | Education
As lawmakers in Austin work out details of a plan to fix the state's college transfer process, two North Texas institutions are looking to ease that process between their schools. The University of Texas at Arlington and the Dallas County Communit...
19 days ago | City Hall
For more than a year, Dallas officials and others have struggled to come up with a plan for offering shelter to homeless people on nights when it's too cold to sleep outdoors. It's a problem many other communities have already solved. Across the r...
24 days ago | City Hall
A citizens subcommittee tasked with finding short-term help for homeless people in Dallas struggled Thursday to work out a plan for what to do with those people when it's dangerously cold outside. Ultimately, the Citizens Homeless Commission's sho...
25 days ago | Education
The Texas Senate unanimously approved a bill Wednesday that is designed to make sure college students lose fewer credits when they transfer from one school to another. Senate Bill 25 reorganizes lower-division courses that many students take at co...