Dallas wants to hear what you think about a teen curfew

Curfews for teenagers may be coming back to Dallas but with changes.

The city of Dallas will host a series of public hearings to get input from residents.

A proposed new ordinance would still require those under the age of 16 to be off the streets late at night unless unaccompanied by an adult. But it will likely not include a fine.

Critics of the old ordinance that expired last month said police used it to unfairly target minority teenagers.

The first hearing with city council members is Monday at 6 p.m. at the Zaragoza Recreation Center.