Editorial | Opinion
New Texas law strong-arms breweries
Will Rogers once said: "I don't make jokes. I watch the government and report the facts." That's how The Dallas Morning News feels about the new Texas law requiring craft beer breweries that produce more than 225,000 barrels a year to pay a distributor to deliver their beer.
Seat belts in school buses right call
Texas quartet could bring in big bucks
Vietnam War film may soothe wounds
Anti-war demonstrations roiled college campuses in the late 1960s and early '70s. Students marched in front of the North Texas State University administration building on Chestnut Street, chanting, "Hey, hey, LBJ. How many boys did you kill today?"
Show you care on Giving Day
The downtown Denton Square will be alive with the spirit of giving on Thursday. Charities and a wide variety of nonprofit groups will be set up under brightly colored awnings for the annual North Texas Giving Day.
County primaries worth watching
The statewide outlook for 2018 primary elections in Texas is shaping up to be a yawner, but things could get interesting in a few local Denton County elections.
Many challenges lie ahead across state
Refusing to vaccinate your children endangers everyone
Houston has met test, but work isn’t done
There will be a time in years to come when another storm with wind, downpours and lightning will remind Houstonians of where they were and what they experienced during the most devastating deluge this flood-prone city has ever experienced. Hurricane Harvey's aftermath and his rising floodwaters remind us that we are not natural inhabitants of this environment but human beings who care for each other, help each other, rely on each other for our very existence.