A Texas lawmaker is proposing a bill that would allow businesses to cut down trees along highways and interstates so that billboards would be more visible.
For the second time in a few weeks Dallas County District Attorney Susan Hawk has shaken-up her office.
Chrysler recalled 1.5 million vehicles over a gas tank issue, but there are concerns that the solution may not go far enough and that the company is not moving fast enough.
PepsiCo’s board of directors elected Richard W. Fisher, former CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas from 2005 to March 2015, as a member of the Pepsi board.
Starbucks baristas will no longer write “Race Together” on cups, ending a visible component of the company’s diversity and racial inequality campaign that had sparked widespread criticism in the week since it took effect.
Could be a major hotel be coming to the sports district in Arlington? Right now, that’s the word coming from City Hall.
A man from North Richland Hills has been sentenced to three years in federal prison for defrauding the IRS of more than $1 million by submitting false income tax returns.
Beaver nuggets are closer to North Texas than ever before! Buc-ee’s is preparing to open a location in Royse City. Officials with the chain of convenience megastores announced the deal this week.
Honda is adding nearly 105,000 vehicles to its growing recall of air bag inflators that can explode with too much force. Dealers will replace the driver air bag inflators for free.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is suing the federal labor department over a plan that would extend family and medical leave benefits to married same-sex couples.
Target has agreed to pay $10 million under a proposed settlement in a class-action lawsuit stemming from a massive 2013 data breach.
The Texas Department of Transportation has started mailing refund checks to some tollway drivers who were overbilled or billing was wrongly delayed for months.
Today was the day many hamburger enthusiasts have been looking forward to. The California chain In-N-Out opened two new locations in North Texas. Let the eating begin!
It can be hard to make a living, even for a President. Here’s a look at some of the more creative paths to the presidency.
Geek is chic, and all those geeks seem to be migrating to a few select cities. Here’s a look at the top 10 American cities for technological growth.