The Dallas school board approved a plan to replace three schools destroyed by last October's tornado.
Dallas ISD will discuss and possibly approve a plan for the replacement and restoration of its destroyed schools.
The family of an 18-year-old who died after being shot during a high school basketball game plans to sue Dallas ISD.
Texas Rangers star Elvis Andrus stepped up to the plate with a big donation to the baseball and softball teams of a Dallas high school destroyed by a tornado in October.
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A Dallas ISD basketball league for special needs students is providing opportunities for young people and hope for their parents.
Some Dallas public school teachers took their fight against pay cuts to the Texas Supreme Court.
Apparently, not all Dallas ISD security members were on the same page when the new safety policies were enforced at high school athletic events Tuesday afternoon.
Dallas ISD said it will increase security following this weekend’s shooting at a high school basketball game.
Police have arrested a 15-year-old accused of opening fire at a Dallas ISD high school basketball game Saturday night.
Dallas ISD will need to decide two weeks from Thursday whether to rebuild or simply renovate Thomas Jefferson High School, which was severely damaged by the October tornado.
The Dallas Independent School District is facing a lawsuit for allowing a grown man posing as a teenager to enroll in high school.
The Cotton Bowl committee on Thursday surprised teachers of campuses destroyed by October’s tornado.
More than 600 students at McShan Elementary in Northeast Dallas got an early start to Christmas with a special holiday donation.
Insurance will not cover the full cost to rebuild tornado-damaged Dallas ISD campuses at Walnut Hill Elementary and Thomas Jefferson High School.
It's been a month and a half since an EF-3 tornado left parts of Dallas in shambles.
Kaveion Morris, 15, attends Bryan Adams High School and was walking to the bus stop the morning of November 8 when he noticed something happening at a pool at the Vantage Point Apartments in Northeast Dallas.
Dallas ISD moved forward with plans to handle the tornado recovery in the district.
A class offered to Dallas ISD students may help promote diversity and inclusion.
Some Dallas ISD students are scoring a big win in the classroom with $50,000 worth of school supplies.