Panhandling Less Of A Problem In Fort Worth During PandemicPolice in Fort Worth say they're seeing less panhandlers since the COVID-19 pandemic started, according to the city's website.
After Dropping Out 44 Years Ago, Panhandler Heads Back To School At UT AustinA Texas panhandler is proving that it's never too late when it comes to education.
Youth Football Coach Arrested After Police Say He Was Panhandling With TeamPolice said they found an outstanding warrant on coach Michael White and arrested him on the spot.
DPD Chief Seeks To Clear-Up Confusion Over Anti-Panhandling OrdinanceThe Dallas Police Department is de-emphasizing another part the ordinance which targets panhandlers in special zones the city established, such as store parking lots and around ATMs in downtown, Uptown and Deep Ellum.
Initiative Looks To Provide Long-Term Solutions For Dallas PanhandlersA new initiative called "An Open Road" could lead panhandlers in Dallas to long-term solutions.
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.
Dallas Committee Considers Different Ways To Deal With PanhandlersAmong other things, during a meeting today the Public Safety Committee in Dallas will again try to address the problem of panhandling.
Report: Cities Passing More Laws Making Homelessness A CrimeCities in North Texas and across the country are enacting more bans on living in vehicles, camping in public and panhandling, despite federal efforts to discourage such laws amid a shortage of affordable housing.
Dallas Police Suspect K2 Fueling Spike In Aggressive PanhandlingPolice believe that what has in the past been regarded as a ‘nuisance’ is now fast becoming a crisis.
7-Eleven Pushing Back Against PanhandlersConvenience store chain 7-Eleven is pushing back against pushy panhandlers and doing more to protect customers from aggressive confrontations.
Cruz Ducks Race QuestionOne day after Sen. Ted Cruz said Hispanics don't panhandle because it would be shameful for them, the Republican presidential contender is refusing to offer an opinion about African-Americans who beg for money on the street.