Editorials

Editorials

Safety and comfort in the debate over campus carry

Campus carry isn’t open or free carry. It will allow people who are 21 years old or older and have earned a state handgun license to take a concealed weapon into buildings on the campuses of Texas public universities. Most people won’t notice the guns at all.

Editorials

Women should have the right abortion facts

Women seeking abortions in Texas must be given a booklet of information about the procedure and options like adoption. The booklet has been denounced by medical professionals for more than a decade. A new updated version isn’t any better.

Editorials

Campus counseling gets an upgrade

Therapist Assisted Online, an online counseling program, will roll out for Texas A&M University, University of North Texas and Baylor University students this fall. The program can benefit those who are dealing with mild to moderate anxiety or mild to moderate depression.

Editorials

Historic and modern can pray together

Some Mount Gilead members believe you can’t separate the history from the mold, but there are ways to keep the spirit of their church alive without condemning the building further. Merging with Paradox Church could be that way.

Editorials

Texas rights a wrong for some of its children

For three years, some Texas-born children of immigrant parents have been unable to get copies of their birth certificates, denied some of the benefits of citizenship by their own state government. Fortunately, as of this week that fault has been repaired.

Editorials

Texas needs more nurses, doctors

The Health Resources and Services Administration will award $149 million in grants to 12 different workforce programs. Certain Texas medical universities will get 19 awards totaling about $9.5 million.

Editorials

Fort Worth ISD transgender plan is smarter, better

Fort Worth school administrators and board members have spent three months listening to anyone who wanted to talk about transgender issues, from top state officials to activists and parents, local leaders and students. New guidelines are briefer and more direct.

Videos

TCU WBB freshman Amber Ramirez had a golden summer

Ramirez, already a McDonald's All-American, was a part of the silver medal U18 3-on-3 team at the FIBA World Championships in Kazakhstan in June before winning gold at the FIBA Americas U18 championships in July. Video by Matthew Martinez.
mmartinez@star-telegram.com
TCU WBB freshman Amber Ramirez had a golden summer 2:08

TCU WBB freshman Amber Ramirez had a golden summer

Car crashes through Arlington home 0:33

Car crashes through Arlington home

Cowboys like backup QB Kellen Moore, no interest in Nick Foles 1:39

Cowboys like backup QB Kellen Moore, no interest in Nick Foles

Shooting victim's memoir examines the crime that took a friend's life 23 years ago 3:12

Shooting victim's memoir examines the crime that took a friend's life 23 years ago