Dallas Agrees To 90-Day Ban On Tear Gas Against Peaceful ProtestersDallas officials have agreed to a 90-day ban on the use of tear gas and other less-lethal police crowd-control weapons against peaceful demonstrators.
Dallas Police Chief Renee Hall Lays Out More Policies Addressing Use Of Force, Racial BiasChief Hall said next week the Dallas Police Department will institute a policy requiring officers to announce warnings before shooting.
Collin Co. Texas Cosmetologists Protest Statewide Ban On Salons: 'I've Lost My Home, My Car'Most -- like many of the 30 million Americans who have have filed initial unemployment claims since mid-March -- are struggling.
Coronavirus: Federal Judge Blocks Ban On Some Texas Abortions During OutbreakA federal judge has blocked the enforcement, in some cases, of an executive order banning abortions in Texas during the coronavirus pandemic.
Texas Man Is First Person To Be Charged Under US Bump Stock BanA Texas man is the first person to be charged under a federal ban on bump stocks, devices that allow a semi-automatic firearm to fire rapidly like a machine gun, the Justice Department said Thursday.
United Methodist Church Delegates Defeat Bid To Ease LGBT Bans"It has been very painful and I can’t do anything to erase and remove the pain and the harm that has been done," said Reverend Rachel Bachman of Oaklawn United Methodist Church.
University Park Allowing Motorized Scooters At SMU On Trial BasisThe trial program will last until June. University Park leaders will take a look at compliance then and will make a decision about the future of the scooters then.
Trump Administration Moves To Officially Ban Bump StocksA senior Justice Department official says bump stocks will be banned under the federal law that prohibits machine guns.
Texas Cattle Groups Dispute Over Tick Treatment BanTexas ranchers and several government agencies say a recent decision to ban a tool to treat a deadly tick could put cattle at risk.
New Signs On Katy Trail In Dallas Ban ScootersNew signs were put up Friday that say scooters are no longer welcome on the popular trail.
YouTube Tightens Restrictions On Firearm VideosYouTube is banning videos that provide instructions on how to make a firearm, ammunition, high-capacity magazines, and accessories such as bump stocks and silencers.