Texas Senate Passes Ban On Local Tree OrdinancesWednesday's 17-14 final approval sends the bill to the state House.
Fort Worth Targeting Aggressive PanhandlersThe ordinance would bar people soliciting money in a public place, from using threatening gestures, refusing to take “no” for an answer or intentionally blocking someone’s path.
Fort Worth Council To Hear From Public On Teen Curfew OrdinanceShould kids in Fort Worth continue to have a nightly curfew? The Fort Worth City Council will be addressing that very topic at a public hearing tonight.
Denton Council Passes Hand Held Device Ban For DriversNext year, drivers in Denton will no longer be able to hold their phone while driving, even for using GPS.
Fort Worth Amends Ridesharing OrdinanceThe City of Fort Worth is giving more freedom to ride-sharing companies like Uber and Lyft.
City of Dallas Rest Break Ordinance Takes Effect Jan. 1All workers performing construction activity at a construction site receive a rest break of not less than 10 minutes for every four hours of scheduled work.
Council Approves Rest Breaks For Dallas Manual Labor WorkersToday is the last Dallas City Council meeting of the year and this morning members approved an ordinance that supporters’ hope will save lives. The council approved an ordinance requiring that manual labor workers get rest breaks.
Dallas Considering Adding "Gender Identity And Expression" To Anti-Discrimination OrdinanceMembers of the Dallas City Council are considering adding 'gender identity and expression' to the city's anti-discrimination ordinance.
Alvarado Halloween Ordinance For Sex Offenders Won't Be EnforcedThe ordinance requires a "Sex Offender Residence" sign to be displayed on their houses on Halloween.
Denton Cracks Down On Distracted DriversDenton police say if they catch you texting while driving, you won't be LOL.
District Judge Tosses Open Carry Lawsuit Against City Of ArlingtonU.S. District Judge Reed O'Connor has tossed the lawsuit by Open Carry Tarrant County against the city of Arlington.
School Bus Cameras Go Dark In Some North Texas CitiesCameras mounted on school buses are intended to keep kids safe by catching drivers who break the law. Many North Texas buses are equipped with them, yet some cities aren’t using them because it’s illegal.