South Texas Border Patrol Facility Resumes Intake Of Migrants After Flu OutbreakThe primary Border Patrol facility for processing migrants in South Texas has resumed normal operations, less than 24 hours after the facility suspended intake operations after 32 people tested positive for the flu.
Non-Profit Develops App Aimed To Guide The Homeless On Where To Seek ShelterA faith based non-profit developed an app to help connect the homeless with emergency shelters.
Dallas Hotel Teams Up With Non-Profit To Spread Holiday Cheer To HomelessThe Dallas Omni Hotel rolled out the red carpet for the homeless.
New Ordinance Prohibits Unattended Dog Tethering In MesquiteA new city ordinance will take effect in July prohibiting tethering of dogs unless the owner is physically present within the outdoor area where the dog is tethered and the dog is in view of the owner at all times.
SWAT Called After Man Pulls Gun On GirlfriendAn early morning domestic dispute in Garland ended with SWAT taking a barricaded man into custody.
Court To Review Ruling Allowing Abortion For Immigrant Teen In TexasAn appeals court on Thursday temporarily stayed a judge's ruling that would have allowed a pregnant 17-year-old being held in a Texas facility for unaccompanied immigrant children to obtain an abortion.
Final Harvey Shelter In Dallas ClosesMore than a month after Hurricane Harvey ravaged the Texas coast, the final shelter in Dallas has closed.
Newlywed Evacuees Waiting On FEMA Aide: 'We Lost It All, Please Help'Newlyweds Derick and Sara Killian are two of the 200 Harvey evacuees staying in a new Dallas shelter.
Dallas Prepares For Harvey Evacuees To Stay In Shelters For Up To Three WeeksMayor Rawlings says more evacuees could be coming. "We're planning those numbers could get up to 1,000 more, we don't know."
Harvey Resources: How To Get & Give HelpHurricane Harvey devastated Houston and many other cities along the Gulf Coast. If you need help or would like to help, here are some resources to point you in the right direction.
Dallas Councilman Questions City Over Minority-Owned Suppliers Used For Harvey SheltersDallas City Councilman Kevin Felder raised questions about whether the city is using enough African-American and minority-owned businesses as suppliers for the opened for Harvey evacuees.