Kalley Huang, The New York Times

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Past articles by Kalley:

What Is Mastodon and Why Are People Leaving Twitter for It?

Since Elon Musk took ownership of Twitter, some of its users have migrated to Mastodon, an alternative social platform. → Read More

Uber’s Revenue Is Up 72 Percent From Last Year, but It Posts a Loss

The company had strong revenue growth but lost money in part because of its investments in other ride-hailing businesses. → Read More

Texas schools started this year with record high coronavirus cases, but weekly totals have now declined

Nearly three months into this school year, districts have reported 202,186 cases in students. But state data on school cases is incomplete and likely an undercount. → Read More

More Texas students tested positive for COVID-19 last week than at any time last school year

There have been 20,256 reported cases among students across the state since the school year began. → Read More

Study: In Dallas and Tarrant counties, half of all Black children are investigated by CPS by age 18

Frank Edwards grew up as a latchkey kid in Dallas. As early as age 9, he would walk home from grade school in the Lakewood neighborhood. The trip from his... → Read More

When doing Sunday laundry becomes an act of solidarity with the homeless residents of Dallas

The first time that Danielle Carty collected laundry from the homeless residents of a local encampment, one man told her: “You are asking us for our DNA.”... → Read More

Community group raises awareness and money for families back home after military coup in Myanmar

The spice-rubbed pork is still steaming when vendors chop the fragrant roast. They arrange platters of melt-in-your-mouth meat, fried vermicelli noodles... → Read More

Fort Worth Public Art, Dallas Aurora to light up Will Rogers Memorial Center with public art show

Called “New Stories: New Futures,” the light, video and sound exhibitions will feature international and local artists on Aug. 20 and Aug. 21. → Read More

Why are so few Black professors tenured? Texas has made little progress despite promises of change

Maxine Davis had enough of racial microaggressions and being routinely undermined at work, so she decided this spring semester was her last teaching in... → Read More

In the face of rising anti-Asian violence, a Dallas women’s group seeks support and empowerment

On a recent Sunday, you could hear the sound of fists striking their targets all over Flag Pole Hill Park. The source? A group of about 20 Asian American... → Read More

Texas community bail funds grow, sparked by summer Black Lives Matter protests

Last year, Pamela Young spent Juneteenth bailing people out of jail. She and other organizers were waiting for releases in Fort Worth when they heard the... → Read More

Feed the People, a mutual aid group, serves North Texas by delivering free groceries and meals

Visit Lake Cliff Park on a typical Thursday, and volunteers with Feed the People will call out and ask if you want a freshly prepared meal. On a recent... → Read More

EPISD property tax increases; board of trustees delays $242 million bond

Property taxes will increase almost 5% this upcoming year for EPISD households in order to raise $218 million for a 2016 bond project. → Read More

Woman who fell from Sunland Park border wall leaves behind three girls, distraught family

Family members described Maria Cristina Vargas Espinosa, 38, as a mother of 3 girls who sought better opportunities in US before she died in the attempt → Read More

Woman who died after apparently falling from border fence identified

El Paso County Medical Examiner identified the woman who apparently died after a fall from the border fence near Sunland Park, New Mexico. → Read More

'Something I’ll think about forever': Trauma surgeons recall Walmart shooting, aftermath

On Aug. 3, 2019, trauma surgeons had minutes to prepare for victims of the Walmart mass shooting. But the aftermath reverberated far beyond that day. → Read More

Bishop Seitz announces commission on race, equity, honoring Walmart mass shooting victims

Joined by Mayor Dee Margo, County Judge Ricardo Samaniego and Pastor Michael Grady, the bishop said the panel will honor victims of the mass shooting. → Read More

'We don't forget': El Paso begins Walmart shooting commemorations with downtown Luminaria Walk

One year later, El Paso comes together to commemorate the lives of those lost at the Aug. 3 Walmart shooting. → Read More

US Rep. Veronica Escobar urges action against gun violence as shooting anniversary looms

U.S. Rep. Veronica Escobar urges lawmakers to act against gun violence as El Paso approaches the one-year anniversary of the Walmart shooting. → Read More

Woman who died after apparently falling from border fence identified as Mexican national

The Mexican Consulate and El Paso County Medical Examiner will now collaborate to positively identify the woman and attempt to notify next of kin. → Read More