Texas-Based Exxon Denies President Trump Called CEO For MoneyPresident Donald Trump is a fierce backer of the fossil fuels industry. And that support is paying off big time in the money race.
Parents, Students Outraged After Dallas ISD School Assignment Lists Kyle Rittenhouse Among Gandhi, Other 'Heroes'A controversial W. T. White High School English assignment is drawing people's ire for asking students to write about a modern-day hero, and including accused Kenosha killer, Kyle Rittenhouse.
Same Start Date, Different Location For Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra’s Fall Symphonic SeriesBass Performance Hall remains closed through the end of the year, so the Will Rogers Memorial Auditorium will have to do.
Thousands Allowed To Bypass Environmental Rules Amid Coronavirus PandemicFacilities won permission more than 3,000 times to skimp on compliance during the sweeping government clemency.
Reset, Refresh: Nasher Sculpture Center Reopens With Capacity RestrictionsThe primary element to its COVID-19 re-opening is the capacity restriction. They are allowing no more than 40 people inside the museum at a time.
Former President Bush Pays Tribute To Immigrants In New BookBush, who served as president from 2001-2009, has often praised the contributions of immigrants, a notable contrast to President Donald Trump.
Trump Suggests Delaying Election Over Claims About Vote By MailPresident Donald Trump is for the first time floating a “delay" to November's presidential election.
Buffalo Soldiers National Museum Vandalized With Racist, Misspelled GraffitiA museum in Houston honoring the nation's Black Buffalo Soldiers was vandalized with graffiti, including with a symbol that appears to be a swastika, according to the facility.
Despite Judge's Order, 100 Migrant Children Remain In ICE CustodyThe U.S. government did not release 100 immigrant children detained with their parents despite this week's deadline set by a judge who had described family detention centers as "on fire" due to the threat of the coronavirus.
Seed Packets Containing Invasive, 'Alien' Plant Species From China Could 'Destroy Texas Agriculture'Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller is urging Texans to take extreme precaution when receiving unsolicited seed packets from China.
China Orders US Consulate In Chengdu Closed After Houston ClosureThe move was a response to the Trump administration's order this week for Beijing to close its consulate in Houston after Washington accused Chinese agents of trying to steal medical and other research in Texas.
Two North Texas Labs Used For Phase III COVID-19 Vaccine TestingNext week, the first COVID-19 vaccine tested in the country is entering its final stage of testing.
Fort Worth Sailor On Front Lines Of U.S. Navy Coronavirus FightA U.S. Sailor, and Fort Worth native is playing a critical role in the Navy's efforts to maintain a healthy and ready fighting force in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
Health Expert: Contact Tracing No Longer Possible Across US South Due To Rapid Coronavirus SurgesAlong with 1,214 new cases, Dallas County reported a 16% increase in new hospitalizations Monday.
Walmart Hires More Than 30,000 Veterans In Texas“We’re proud of our ability to present opportunities to the talented service members who’ve honorably served our country."