@N Tychonievich could you add this one to your list for the placename standardization issue, please? Thanks.
Here's an example record - https://www.familysearch.org/search/ark:/61903/1:1:V8J6-F49
The original has simply Dallas, Texas. In the list view, from a search, the standardization bot has added Collin (County).
A small part of the city of Dallas IS in Collin County, but I believe the birth index registration is just county and state - no reference to a city/town.
@Lynda SoRelle A portion of the city of Dallas is in Collin County, Texas. But, the vast majority is in Dallas County. And the birth index that FamilySearch acquired from Ancestry.com is not stating the county at all. We have reported the likelihood that the Collin county designation is incorrect for most of these entries. If you click to see the index pages (click the page icon on the list of search results), you'll see that the actual indexed record that you would be attaching to an ancestor as a source only says Dallas, Texas. So, the error will not show if you choose to use one of these as a source while we wait for the engineers to make some corrections.
As I mentioned in my earlier comment, the birth index for Texas is by county only, with no reference to the town/city.
Houston - as an example - is in Harris County. A general search in that dataset for births in Harris will show that, since there is no town called Harris in Texas.