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Eddie Bernice Johnson’s Family Intends to Sue Baylor Scott & White Health, Alleges Wrongful Death

The family says the longtime congresswoman died a wrongful death from an infection caused by conditions at a Baylor rehab facility where she was left unattended.
Kathleen Bailey
Publications

Disinformation Isn’t New: A Dallas Woman Led the National Fight Decades Ago

Kathleen Bailey spent her career fighting Soviet disinformation and trying to save the world from nuclear Armageddon. She could write a memoir. The reason she'd rather write fiction is a very interesting story.
Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson and Dallas Police Chief Eddie Garcia bromance
Publications

Is Dallas Really the Safest Big City in America?

The mayor has become besties with the police chief. And they have one thing to say: violent crime is on the decline. Let’s look at how we’ve gotten here.
Norma Minnis
Local Government

Inside the East Dallas Groundswell Against Airbnb

Norma Minnis has spent decades killing projects that would have forever altered her neighborhood and single-family neighborhoods across Dallas. Her current target: Airbnb.
John Creuzot
Law

John Creuzot’s Four Criminal Court Commandments

A few lessons that the Dallas County District Attorney has learned from more than 40 years in courtrooms.
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Politics

When Business Gets Political

Some companies are outspoken when it comes to adding their voices to hot-button political conversations, while others prefer to remain silent. Here are some things to consider when your business is thinking about taking a stand.
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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.
District 2 city council candidates (from left to right) Sana Syed, Raha Assadi, and Jennifer Cortez at the Food Justice
Politics & Government

Dallas Council Candidates Discuss Food Insecurity at Town Hall with Food Justice Orgs

Some of the District 2 candidates gathered for a talk on April 13 at the Dallas Farmers Market. More conversations are slated for this week with other district runners.
a boarded up business.
Local News

Some Dallas Businesses Are Spooked About Unrest After Election Day

Many are hoping for peace, but after lessons learned from the spring, are boarding up their glass windows.
Rebecca Acuña
Politics & Government

Donald Trump’s Worst Nightmare

Rebecca Acuña is a Mexican immigrant running Biden’s Texas campaign. She has the audacity to think she can turn the state blue.
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