Over the past three school years, the number of investigations opened by the Texas Education Agency on allegations of inappropriate relationships has increased, from 141 during the 2009-10 academic year to 179 in 2013-14. Scroll through the slideshow to see which Texas teachers have run afoul of the law and gotten caught in inappropriate relations with school children.
Whether it's a 50-year tradition that leaves no choice in the matter, regional availability or a staunch preference for the specific taste derived from one wood or another, Dallas pitmasters have smoking-hot takes on which wood brings the wood in the great creosote debate. A true post-oak disciple, Lockhart Smokehouse Plano pitmaster Will Fleishman says hickory's heavy smoke taste gets in the way of the actual protein.
Rabbi Yaakov Rich operates Congregation Toras Chaim out of a Far North Dallas home. The city says that's OK ... so long as he has a certificate of occupancy.
This is a very misleading poll. I was initially going to say yes due to the totally inconsistent editorials in the Morning News.
There are too many intersections like St. Augustine Drive and Bruton Road, crime-ridden corners of Dallas, where broken men leading broken lives gather to wheel and deal or while away time. But this also is where civic promises are broken: a community where a recreation center due for an overhaul stayed closed for years; where too many sidewalks and streets and buildings were allowed to fall into grave disrepair.
One person was in custody after a reported stabbing Tuesday night on a DART train at Union Station, a DART spokesman said. Morgan Lyons said around 6:15 p.m., two men on board a Blue Line were arguing over a duffle bag, when they began to fight.