New Dallas Ride-Sharing Company Implements 'Safety First' Approach To Reduce Sexual Assault OffensesA ride-sharing company in Dallas hopes to revolutionize the industry with its "Safety First" approach.
Not Just A Cup Of Joe, New Texas Starbucks Serving Up Opportunities For Young PeopleThe new Starbucks "community store" on West Camp Wisdom Road in Oak Cliff will not only serve up drinks and food, but connect local youth with education and employment opportunities.
Dallas Rowing Club's 'Crucial' Training Disrupted By Raw Sewage SpillA Dallas rowing club's training for an upcoming race in Canada was disrupted after a raw sewage spill threatened the water of White Rock Lake.
Starbucks Closing More Than 8,000 Stores For Anti-Bias TrainingAfter putting together a curriculum for its 175,000 workers, Starbucks will close more than 8,000 stores nationwide today to conduct anti-bias training.
Texas City To Require Firms To Give More To Get Tax BreaksOne city in Texas approved new rules requiring business developers to contribute something to the community before they're handed over any financial incentives from the city.
Can Companies Train Employees To Survive Workplace Shootings?Violence in the workplace is becoming so common that there's a glut of tutorials and training programs for surviving an active shooter situation.
DFW Airport Ground Crews Getting Ready For WinterThe heat index may be approaching 110 today, but ground crews at DFW Airport are getting ready for winter.
Astronauts Train On Mock-Up NASA Capsule In Gulf Of MexicoNASA astronauts have been practicing in-the-water exit maneuvers from a mock-up Orion space capsule bobbing in the Gulf of Mexico off Texas.
Dallas ISD & Dallas Parks Training Students To Save LivesThe Dallas Independent School District has teamed with Dallas Park and Recreation on a special mission -- they’re training students now to save lives in the future.
Rookie Docs Can Work Longer, 24-Hour Shifts Under New RulesRookie doctors can work up to 24 hours straight under new work limits taking effect this summer — a move supporters say will enhance training and foes maintain will do just the opposite.
Texas Fire Departments Receive More Than $15 Million In GrantsTexas fire departments received more than $15 million in grants Wednesday, Oct. 5, through the Texas A&M Forest Service Rural Volunteer Fire Department Assistance Program.
Law Enforcement Conference Gear Specifically for FemalesHundreds of female officers gathered in Fort Worth for the Women in Law Enforcement conference.