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“This is nothing more than banana republic politics,” said Tony Buzbee, the lead attorney of the five lawyers Gov. Perry hired.
Gov. Perry’s office rolled out five high-powered attorneys who will represent him in court during a press conference Monday afternoon.
Virgin America announced it will expand its schedule out of Dallas Love Field to include four daily nonstop round trips.
After a six-hour meeting that stretched into the early hours Friday, a sharply divided Corinth City Council voted to reject a proposed Buc-ee’s convenience store that would have been located off I-35.
The University Interscholastic League will strip Dallas’ Madison High School of two state basketball titles for using players who don’t live in the district.
The Dallas Independent School has fired six teachers after they gave students answers to questions on a state required test.
More than 100 protesters gathered outside Dallas police headquarters Wednesday night at a vigil held by Mothers Against Police Brutality.
A public health hazard has arrived in the Lone Star State: a bug carrying a parasite that can cause potentially fatal heart and digestive problems.
Volunteers are building comfortable reading spaces; encouraging students to step away from Facebook toward a thirst for knowledge found in books.
The Keller ISD school board approved a plan Tuesday night to add a nearly $170 million bond to its November ballot
Police say at 2:50 p.m. Monday, Leguin called 911 from North 40 Place off Frankford Road in North Dallas. Leguin told operators he was “seceding from the nation” because he was upset with the current state of the government, and that he was heavily armed.
Duncanville ISD board members voted 4-2 to make changes to a controversial dress code, which led to some suspensions last spring at Duncanville High School.