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Filing of charges doesn’t end controversy over Temple police shooting

After 81 days, the family of Michael Dean still does not know why a Temple police officer fatally shot him in the head during...

Just before bond election decisions, Dallas school board hears a familiar...

After reviewing two internal audits claiming the overpayment of hundreds of thousands of dollars on school repairs, officials at the Dallas school district pushed...

Tarleton delays more than a year releasing records of a gunman...

Student journalists at Tarleton State University were forced to wait 15 months before they could tell students and others about a potential school shooter...

Latest La Joya leadership news: Former mayor indicted

Jose Salinas, former mayor of La Joya, was indicted this week for a fraudulent land purchase deal and for his part in an alleged...

New VisitDallas CEO says agency will urge transparency on gifts

The Dallas Convention and Visitors Bureau will continue to provide city council members and staff with free tickets to its hospitality suite at the...

Water district wants man to un-publish information the district should have...

A Montgomery County man has been threatened with legal action by the Lone Star Groundwater Conservation District after he found a way to read...

Local governments aren’t posting lobbying records despite new law

Local governments across Texas are resisting a state law that took effect in September requiring that they publicly post their lobbying information on their...

Opponents of Reverchon stadium proposal sue the City of Dallas

A group of residents opposed to converting part of a downtown Dallas park to a sports stadium has filed a lawsuit seeking to stop...

Judge’s ruling tosses Floresville council majority out of office, but city...

A district judge has ordered a special election in Floresville for May 5 and blocked the city council from voting on any city business...