Dallas police executed an unprecedented move Friday morning, when officers used a robot-delivered bomb to engage a suspect.
By Nsikan Akpan, Amanda Gomez
Snipers reportedly attacked officers near a Dallas protest against police shootings.
By News Desk
Cleanup and recovery efforts were underway in the suburbs of Dallas, Texas, on Sunday after tornadoes and powerful storms ripped through the region overnight, killing at least 11 people.
By PBS NewsHour
Light rail train systems across the U.S. are growing by luring economic development around new tracks and stations. In Dallas and Houston, mass transit systems have spurred billions in development. Special Correspondent Karla Murthy reports in this installment of "Urban…
By Jerome Weeks, KERA
Artist Mark di Suvero's "Proverb" sculpture was 60 feet tall and stood at the corner of Woodall Rodgers and Pearl Street in Dallas, T.X. for nearly 13 years.
By Kenzi Abou-Sabe
The man who reportedly shot at a Dallas, Texas, police headquarters from inside an armored van on Saturday has been confirmed dead after being shot by a police sniper early this morning.
By Joshua Barajas
More than 200 people were rescued from their cars in Dallas early Friday after an overnight record rainfall triggered flash floods that trapped them in their cars.
Public Libraries have become more than just a makeshift day shelter for the homeless, they are actively reaching out to them to provide services. Here are seven examples of what libraries across the nation are doing to serve the homeless.
By PBS NewsHour
A case between a Texas state housing agency and an advocacy organization asks the Supreme Court to decide whether unintentional discrimination over federal tax credits violates the Fair Housing Act. The results could have repercussions beyond both the state of…
By Joel Aguilar
How does an off-hand comment about Ebola turn into campus-wide panic?…
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