Company May Soon Legally Dispense Cannabis Oil In Texas TownThe first step toward legally growing marijuana in the state of Texas could come Thursday.
People Fed Up With Spike In Deep Ellum GraffitiIt ruins walls, looks terrible and is popping up all over one of the most popular entertainment districts in Dallas.
DACA Student Spent Night In Richardson Jail On Immigration HoldEdwin Romero was originally arrested for outstanding traffic warrants. But when he called his attorney it was clear Romero was in more trouble.
Is Your Dog A Genius (As Far As Dogs Go)?Some dog owners really want to be able to say their dog is smart. And it turns out; prestigious schools are now studying dog intelligence.
Pre-School Teacher Fired After Anti-Semitic TweetsThe pre-school, The Children's Courtyard, says it fired teacher Nancy Salem after thoroughly investigating her tweets.
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.
Trump Administration Reverses Obama Policies On Transgender BathroomsA letter sent to schools nationwide Wednesday by the Justice and Education departments says the earlier Obama directive caused confusion and “significant litigation” over how it should be applied.
Ex-Offenders Find Second Chance Through Habitat For HumanityA new program spearheaded by Dallas’ Habitat For Humanity is giving ex-offenders and others down on their luck, a second chance at making an honest living.
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.
The Apollo 11 Capsule Is Going On TourThe capsule that first put man on the moon is going on a road trip to four different cities.
McKinney Homeowners Organize Opposition To 380 BypassA growing number of McKinney homeowners say the city's plans to try to lighten some of that traffic along U.S. 380 threaten their way of life.
Texas, Trump Administration Seek To Delay Voter ID Hearing The U.S. Justice Department joined Texas' attorney general Wednesday in asking a federal court to delay a hearing on the state's voter ID law, the latest signal that the federal government might drop its opposition to the law now that Donald Trump is president.