North Texans rally at Dallas’ Dealey Plaza to call for restoring all jobs.
After the governor’s announcement, disappointment and anger are the prevailing attitudes among many North Texas grassroots.
Keller resident and college professor Kris Kittle shares about her fight in North Texas education and how parents can start making a difference.
Due to falling tax revenues caused by shelter-in-place, North Richland Hills announced reductions in spending.
Dallas County and Fort Worth fall in line behind new guidelines from Gov. Abbott and Attorney General Ken Paxton protecting houses of worship.
Tarrant County commissioners voted unanimously to change orders to remove farming and fishing from its list of essential businesses, while Commissioner Devan Allen defied the commissioners court order—and Gov. Abbott—by claiming the county had banned in-person worship.
After weeks of waiting on the governor to develop a plan to reopen, two Texas businesses hurt by the failure of leadership move forward with their own reopening plans.
Commissioners Koch and Price sided with grassroots protesters demanding an end to shelter in place. The rest of the commissioners voted to extend beyond what the governor’s order allows.
Mayor Richard Newton shows how Texas can start returning to normalcy.
The grassroots have awoken. Will our elected leaders listen?