That's right, they're not looking for you and your overdue books anymore. The Dallas City Council amended an ordinance Wednesday that eliminates fees on overdue books. Previously, an overdue book cost 30 cents a day.
State lawmakers have breathed new life into a major mental health bill with bipartisan support, after it was temporarily struck down by a North Texas Tea Party leader.
The museum is set to close on June 3, and will reopen with five brand new exhibits in September.
Dr. Sandro Galea talks about how we should rethink our understanding of what it means to be healthy – and how that shift will guide our approach to healthcare.
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