Government Shutdown: Pocketbook Impact Hitting Workers TodayThe political stalemate that shut down the government, today hit many workers squarely in the pocket: no paychecks on what should have been their first payday of the year.
Florida Veteran Fundraises Millions To Help Trump's Efforts For Border WallA private effort by a Florida veteran to fund a border wall has brought in nearly 13 million dollars.
Policy Of Prosecuting Homeless Trespassers Hotly Debated In DallasThe long standing policy of prosecuting the homeless for trespassing is the subject of a new debate on Dallas.
State Senate Report On School Violence & Security Released With RecommendationsA new report by the State Senate Select Committee on Violence in Schools and School Security is making 19 recommendations.
Ron Paul Apologizes For 'Offensive Cartoon' On Social MediaFormer Texas congressman Ron Paul is apologizing for an "offensive cartoon" with racist illustrations that he says a staff member inadvertently posted to his social media.
Texas Republican Makes Secret Peacemaking Trip To VenezuelaIt's not clear what prompted the previously undisclosed visit by the Dallas congressman to the politically turbulent South American nation.
Interior Dept. Spending $139K To Upgrade Doors In Sec. Zinke's OfficeThe Interior Department is spending nearly $139,000 to upgrade three sets of double doors in the office of Secretary Ryan Zinke.
Trump's $4.4T Budget Features Soaring DeficitsPresident Donald Trump is proposing a $4 trillion-plus budget that projects a $1 trillion or so federal deficit.
Senate To Vote To End Government ShutdownSenate leaders have reached an agreement to reopen the government.
Property Tax Refund Available For Tarrant County Residents Who PrepaidProperty owners in Tarrant County who unnecessarily prepaid their 2018 property taxes can get that money refunded.
Judge Kills Mesquite Plan To Annex Kaufman County PropertyA judge has squashed any plans the City of Mesquite had to annex about a dozen properties in Kaufman County before a Friday deadline.
Debate Over JFK Assassination Continues In Dallas After Release Of DocumentsAs Dallas prepares to remember the day President John F. Kennedy was assassinated, there is still much debate about what happened.