HOUSTON — Pro bono attorneys working at the country’s two largest immigrant family detention centers in Texas said Monday that they have been “locked out” after they raised concerns last week that officials were forcing the immigrant mothers they represent to sign legal papers without consulting them.
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Most North Texas students go back to school in about a month, which is how long parents have to make sure their kids have all state-required vaccinations — or the right exemptions.
HOUSTON — In the more than 130 years since Thomas Edison released the electric light bulb on the world, households have more or less gotten electricity one way. Build a power plant, string power lines in all directions until you’ve connected as many homes and businesses as possible, repeat.
FORT WORTH — An argument left a Fort Worth man dead Saturday night after he left a residence and returned a few minutes later, police said Sunday.
LEWISVILLE — A Little Elm teen who stopped to help a motorist in a wrecked vehicle on Interstate 35E was killed early Sunday when another vehicle hit him, police said.
Students in hundreds of classrooms across North Texas could find teachers trying to amp up the ambiguous and embrace fun as a pathway to more effective education this fall.
Wary of letting his future be determined by legal roulette, Ken Paxton squashed a festering campaign problem by admitting he broke securities law. He paid a minor $1,000 fine and buried the matter en route to becoming Texas attorney general.
A quick-thinking 12-year-old used her iPad to give an intruder some face time with Dallas police last week.
FORT WORTH — The battle for Texas House District 99 already is turning into a marquee fight that could end up being one of the most expensive legislative races on the ballot next year.
FORT WORTH, Texas — An 11-year-old boy accused of beating a dog to death with a stick in a north Fort Worth neighborhood was found guilty Thursday of animal cruelty.