Some candidates can now begin campaigning for the general election in November, but several still have their work cut out for them before they can find themselves on that ballot.Read more
If you voted today, you may have noticed an incredible amount of people waiting in a line to vote in a non-presidential primary.Read more
It’s Texas, so the winter storm predicted for the latter part of this week could be a lot of something, or a lot of nothing. But after last year’s massive storm, it’s not going to hurt to be prepared, experts say.
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COVID vaccinations for younger children could bring holidays closer to normal.
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In less than a week, some Dallas schools will open their doors and begin welcoming students — just in time for what many health experts say could be a resurgence of COVID-19 thanks to newer, more contagious variants.
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A storm that sparked a brief tornado warning Sunday afternoon left damage near North Haven Gardens and near Goar and Caruth parks in University Park.Read more
After early voting wrapped up Tuesday, around five percent of all voters had snagged a stylus and picked a candidate – which means almost 90% were either waiting until today to make an important decision or (more likely) had no plans to vote at all.Read more
Despite the temperatures rising and the snow melting, it will take longer to assess all the damage wrought by thisRead more
It looks like the snow day may not be dead for many local students after all as a record-breaking winter storm coupled with rolling (or more lengthy) power outages caused local schools to announce closures for both in-person and remote learning Tuesday.Read more
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to strain hospital systems and vaccine rollout continues, here’s what you need to know today.Read more
As Dallas County continues to report record COVID-19 hospitalizations and vaccine rollout begins to ramp up, here’s what you need to know today.Read more