WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to consider again whether race-conscious college admission plans are constitutional, renewing the country’s contentious debate about whether affirmative action is appropriate.
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June 28—FORT WORTH — AMansfield man has died after being hit by a train last week, authorities said Sunday.
June 28—The race to attract quality educators is intensifying once again as more North Texas school districts are offering $50,000 for a starting teacher salary.
June 29—The elderly woman who injured six people and herself when she rammed an SUV into a Wylie restaurant Saturday afternoon is unlikely to face charges, authorities said Sunday.
June 29—Two small earthquakes were registered in North Texas over the weekend.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday sided with Texas abortion providers and temporarily put on hold a ruling that would have closed about half of the state’s abortion facilities.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, Republican, on Sunday advised county clerks, magistrates and others who have religious objections to same-sex marriage that they may opt out of providing services to same-sex couples seeking marriage licenses.
Elated couples across Texas hurried into county clerks’ offices Friday to apply for marriage licenses following the U.S. Supreme Court ruling legalizing same-sex marriage.
June 25—FORT WORTH — A 55-year-old Watauga man with a brain injury remained in the intensive care unit of a Fort Worth hospital Wednesday, nearly two weeks after he was attacked outside an east Fort Worth Wal-Mart Supercenter.
June 25—ARLINGTON — Failure of a part of a well head caused the April 11 pipe leak in southwest Arlington that forced the evacuation of more than 100 families, according to the final report of the Fire Department’s investigation, released Wednesday.