Allen Fire Chief ResignsAllen Fire Chief Bill Hawley submitted his resignation effective July 20 after 16 years as chief.
No. 3 Justice Department Official Stepping Down Amid TurmoilA friend of Associate Attorney General Rachel Brand told The Associated Press she is stepping down for a private sector job.
2 McKinney ISD Teachers Resign After Controversial Social Media PostsTwo McKinney ISD middle school teachers stepped down after officials were informed of controversial tweets.
Garland Mayor Submits Official ResignationSeveral months after he announced in a city council meeting that he would be stepping down, Garland Mayor Douglas Athas has officially submitted his resignation letter.
Al Franken To Officially Leave US Senate On Jan. 2MInnesota Gov. Mark Dayton's choice to replace Franken, Lt. Gov. Tina Smith, is set to be sworn in Jan. 3.
Omarosa Leaving Trump White House PostWhite House officials confirm Omarosa Manigault Newman -- one of President Donald Trump's most prominent African-American supporters -- is leaving the administration.
Dallas Museum Curator Resigns Citing 'Inappropriate Behavior' ClaimsGavin Delahunty did not elaborate on the behavior that prompted his departure. He said he offered his "deepest apologies to those who have been affected by my behavior."
Texas Official Who Quit After Racial Slurs Rescinds ResignationA South Texas city official who resigned after using a racial slur to describe two black assistant district attorneys has rescinded that resignation.
Commerce Police Chief Resigns After Run-In With Beauty QueenFollowing a controversial arrest of a former Miss Black Texas, Commerce Police Chief Kerry Crews unexpectedly resigned Monday.
Uber CEO Resigns Under Investor PressureTravis Kalanick, the combative and troubled CEO of ride-hailing giant Uber, has resigned under pressure from investors at a pivotal time for the company.
ExxonMobil Advisory Panel Member Sends Scathing Resignation Letter
Reaction To Hawk's Resignation Mixed, Mostly PositiveAfter a long Labor Day weekend of rumors swirling around the Crowley Courts building in Dallas, Susan Hawk officially resigned as District Attorney and many people have plenty to say about it.