Politics & Government
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.
The former city councilman returns to politics.
Good Public Transit
A new report suggests that spending more federal money on the nation's highways won't necessarily result in a boost to the economy
But it does expand their prescribing powers and allow them to manage most glaucoma patients independently.
By Will Maddox
The winners of last weekend's runoff elections will make $60,000 while in office. For many people in this city, that is not enough money to lure them into public service.
On the heels of substantial population growth, our neighbor to the west will get its first new mayor in a decade. What will this person be faced with?
As six council campaigns head to runoffs, let's finally admit that Dallas' municipal elections have morphed into glorified primaries.