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Education

What Happens After Michael Hinojosa Retires (Probably Tomorrow)?

Three sources close to the Dallas ISD superintendent say he will soon announce his retirement.
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Politics & Government

Lynn McBee Will Oversee Dallas’ Effort to Transform Its Workforce

The mayor chooses the education CEO, philanthropist, and former mayoral candidate to be his “workforce development czar,” a key role for one of his inaugural priorities.
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Local News

Dallas’ Chief of Economic Development Is Resigning

Dr. Eric Anthony Johnson will be resigning at the end of the month after ushering through an economic development policy that was unanimously approved by the City Council.
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Local News

The Case for Tearing Down Dallas’ Convention Center

Dallas’ convention center is an absurd, obsolete, cobbled- together mess floating on a sea of concrete. This month the City Council will decide whether we should spend $500 million on its deferred maintenance. There’s another option: tear the sucker down. Start over. And create a downtown that visitors— and residents—would actually enjoy.

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Government & Law

Mayor Johnson’s Priorities for Federal Infrastructure Dollars: I-30, Harold Simmons Park, Vision Zero

The mayor wrote a letter to U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg earlier this week, advocating for federal money for upcoming projects.
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New to North Texas

Red State of Mind

How one relocation company is helping conservatives find their happy place—North Texas.
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Crime

Dallas Police Steal* $100,000 from Woman at Love Field

Texas law allows law enforcement to seize property without providing evidence of wrongdoing. That needs to change.