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JROTC Students Tour GM Plant In ArlingtonDozens of JROTC cadets on Tuesday took part in a field trip to one of Arlington's biggest employers. They took a tour of the General Motors assembly plant, and many of the cadets hope to one day work in that very same facility.
Fort Worth ISD Board To Vote On Sanctuary Schools ResolutionAmid questions surrounding President Trump's immigration policy, Fort Worth ISD trustees could decide tonight if the district should make their campuses "safe schools."
Bright Like A Diamond: Harvard Honors Rihanna's PhilanthropyHarvard University thinks Rihanna shines bright like a diamond when it comes to philanthropy. The Grammy Award-winning singer is Harvard's 2017 Humanitarian of the Year.
Plano Police Investigate After Racist Graffiti Sprayed On SchoolStudents at Plano West Senior High arrived Monday morning to find hateful, and in some cases racist, graffiti had been scrawled on several of the windows and doors at the school.
Poll: US Teens Disillusioned, Divided By Politics A survey of children ages 13 to 17 finds that America's teens are almost as politically disillusioned and pessimistic about the nation's divisions as their parents.
Dallas ISD Changes Policy For Pre-K School SuspensionsAfter a unanimous vote by the school board, changes will now be made to a Dallas Independent School District policy that allowed suspension for students as young as 4-years-old.
DISD Board Passes 'Welcoming And Protective' ResolutionDISD says nothing in the resolution should be construed as requiring DISD employees to take any action in violating federal or state law.
N. Texas Transgender Teen Worries About State Bathroom BillFifteen-year-old Alex Pettigrew, who is transitioning to a boy, says he's not looking for trouble while using the bathroom.
Transgender Wrestler's State Bid Spotlights Texas PolicyA 17-year-old transgender wrestler who qualified for the girls state tournament while transitioning from female to male has become a high-profile test of a year-old Texas policy now being criticized by the attorney who tried to keep the athlete from competing.
Dallas County Schools Has $40 Million Less Than Anticipated With close to 3,000 employees, including bus drivers and crossing guards, DCS operates on a $180 million annual budget.
Police: Teacher Threatens Give Me A Raise Or 'Burn Alive'A Dallas ISD teacher was arrested after police say he sent emails warning staff that they would "burn alive," if they didn't give him a raise.
President Trump To Revoke Obama's Transgender Bathroom GuidanceA government official says the Trump administration will revoke guidelines that say transgender students should be allowed to use bathrooms and locker rooms matching their chosen gender identity.

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