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Round Rock

School district attorney assures Round Rock trustees they have the right...

Regardless of what policy the Round Rock school board has set, board members have the right to talk to news media, a school district...
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Richardson schools voting rights settlement drops secret meetings claim, school security...

Trustees in the Richardson school district last week settled a federal voting rights lawsuit that will fundamentally change how the Dallas-area district elects its...
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School security spending is helping pass bond issues in Texas

During a public hearing by the state Legislative Budget Board at the opening of the Texas Legislature earlier this month, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick...
richardson voting

Richardson schools voting rights settlement drops a secret-meetings claim — for...

Trustees in the Richardson school district last week settled a federal voting rights lawsuit that will fundamentally change how the Dallas-area district elects its...
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VisitDallas CEO borrowed $225,000 from the nonprofit, Forest HIll Mayor, council...

A lot of folks might wonder why a guy who gets an almost $28,000 paycheck every two weeks would need a $35,000 loan. But...

Commissioners approve courthouse borrowing bigger than the one voters turned down...

Having failed three years ago to get voter approval for a new family and civil courts building downtown, the Travis County Commissioners Court this...
Fort Worth

Mayor and council member in Fort Worth suburb resign over questions...

Two city leaders in the Fort Worth suburb of Forest Hill resigned Wednesday after an audit committee flagged expenses of $545 each for tickets...
VisitDallas

VisitDallas CEO borrowed $225,000 from the nonprofit

Updated  Jan. 17, 2:22 p.m. A VisitDallas spokesman said that the nonprofit’s CEO, Phillip Jones, has repaid the $225,000 in loans that he took from...
Week in Reviewvideo

Legislator out of jail in time for new session, ‘democracy dollars’...

Special prosecutor Brian Wice, comparing the injustice done to him and his legal team to the Japanese-Americans interned in concentration camps during World War...