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Bethany Erickson

Bethany Erickson

Senior Digital Editor, D Magazine

Bethany Erickson is the senior digital editor for D Magazine. She's written about real estate, education policy, the stock market, and crime throughout her career, and sometimes all at the same time. She hates lima beans and 5 a.m. and takes SAT practice tests for fun.

Stories by Bethany Erickson

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Local News

Richardson-based RealPage Is Facing a DOJ Investigation Into Its Rent Pricing Software

The real estate software company RealPage has been accused of using its rent pricing software to help landlords inflate market rents. Now it faces 11 lawsuits and an investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice.
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Local News

Fort Worth Star-Telegram Reporters Began Their Strike Monday. The Company Is Now Listing Their Jobs.

Almost all of the members of the Fort Worth NewsGuild voted in favor of an open-ended strike that began Monday. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram's parent company says it will continue to bargain in good faith, but also locked reporters out of their emails and will end their benefits.
Local News

Leading Off (11/24/22)

Here are some things to be thankful for on this soggy Thanksgiving Day.
Joshua Ray Walker
Arts & Entertainment

Here’s Who Is Coming to Dallas-Fort Worth This Week: November 25-27

Whether it's metal, country, or favorite local acts, there's something for your post-Thanksgiving entertainment this weekend.
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Politics & Government

Some Texas Legislators Push School Vouchers Despite Continued Resistance

School vouchers are back in play in the upcoming state legislative session. Is this the session they finally happen?

Stories by Bethany Erickson

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Local News

Winter Is Near, and the State Agency in Charge of the Power Grid May Not Be Ready

The state Sunset Advisory Commission's report found that the Public Utility Commission is "woefully under-resourced.” The finding comes after the agency debuted its plan to make the grid more reliable.
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Arts & Entertainment

Love Is Blind’s Dallas Season Is Complete, But There Is Still Plenty to Talk About

Dallas' season of Love Is Blind is over, but we have details about the things you didn't necessarily see. Spoilers ahead.
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Arts & Entertainment

Here’s Who Is Coming to Dallas This Week: November 18-20

It's a chilly weekend, but two nights of George Strait ought to warm everyone right up.
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Local News

Explainer: The City’s Police and Fire Pension Shortfall May Not Be the Calamity It Was In 2016

The Dallas Police and Fire Pension System's status is still a concern, and it will need the city to increase its contribution to improve its odds. But it's not quite at the verge of collapse, as it was in 2016.
Local News

Leading Off (11/17/22)

It might be cold enough (in some parts of North Texas) to see snow tomorrow, so you should definitely dig out that puffer coat.