A new, opt-in sexual and reproductive health curriculum has been approved for Dallas ISD students in grades 6-12.
Churches, nonprofits and businesses within residentially zoned areas in Dallas are now able to be granted a neighborhood market permit with the city.
The restaurant is open 24 hour a day, serving breakfast dishes that include steaks, hash browns, omelets and more, alongside waffles.
Dallas County and city of Dallas facilities will be closed May 30 in observance of Memorial Day.
The pet store offers a variety of foods, toys and supplies for dogs, cats and several other animals.
The city of Dallas has approved more bond money to go toward construction at the Willie B. Johnson Recreation Center in Hamilton Park.
The restaurant served several specialty burgers alongside cheesesteaks, chicken clubs and assorted sides.
Several ceremonies are planned to commemorate Memorial Day.
John F. Warren is leading in the race for the Democratic nomination for the Dallas County Clerk race.
The ice cream shop offers a number of flavors, including seasonal and limited-time varieties.
The Richardson ISD board of trustees unanimously approved improvements to the Lake Highlands High School competition gym floor during its May 23 meeting.
Early voting in Dallas County for the May 24 primary runoff election saw 38,974 ballots cast out of more than 1.4 million registered voters.
The drop in enrollment and the fear of continued funding losses come at a time when the district is focusing on teacher retention and better compensating its staff.
Although a light at the end of the tunnel many now be in sight for many parents, officials said it may take as long as six to eight more weeks before shelves are restocked.
Paradigm offers a variety of workout classes and one-on-one training programs to provide a quality workout experience.
Light at the end of the $1.74 billion 635 East Project running through Dallas is beginning to be seen, officials said in a ceremony marking its upcoming halfway point.
Dallas ISD has named the sole finalist to replace Superintendent Michael Hinojosa.
Dallas City Council members have until June 29 to amend a map outlining new district boundaries that was recommended for adoption by a special commission.
Units will be available in phases, with the first phase expected to be delivered in the first quarter of next year.
The Dallas Transportation Department is looking to standardize its approach in addressing traffic safety concerns of residents.
Regulators provided an update on grid operations following a weekend notice asking Texans to conserve their power usage.
Haircuts, shaves and spa services will be offered at the location. Customers can purchase various tiers of memberships online and schedule appointments.
Dallas ISD schools could soon have a new curriculum for sexual and reproductive health instruction serving grades 6-12.