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Hundreds of people gathered in Dallas Friday to say goodbye to a city icon.
Remains unearthed by recent drought conditions around Richland Chambers Lake in Navarro County will soon have a new resting place.
A young Plano woman who was disfigured after walking into an airplane propeller blade is out of intensive care.
After attacking American Airlines for his treatment on a flight earlier this week, Alec Baldwin compared the Fort Worth-based airline to riding a Dallas-based bus company.
The ugly process of racial segregation was supposed to have been laid to rest more than fifty years ago, in a landmark Supreme Court ruling. Yet just this week, in a North Texas courtroom, officials argued over whether to relocate the bones of 25 men, women and children all believed to be slaves who died over a century ago in a predominantly white cemetery.
Bruce Greene tries to tell a story with every piece of his artwork. “I think the first thing I started drawing was horses,” says Greene “It’s just a passion of mine.”
The city of Fort Worth is trying to get a handle on a growing animal problem. The city uncovered two cases of animal attacks in the same neighborhood where a rabid cat bit a resident last week.
An annual animal rights protest at Neiman Marcus’ downtown Dallas flagship store ended with fake blood splattered across the iconic store’s front windows and two people in jail.
A second person has come forward to apologize for a relative’s action in connection with the death of a Dallas man who was killed after being pushed into a moving DART train.
Texting while driving could cut into your holiday shopping budget in a big way beginning today in Arlington. The city’s controversial ban on texting while driving is now in effect.
Scott Ryan is one of many North Texans that will be seeking out the sales this holiday season. “Everybody likes to save money right?” he said. Finding the best deals is simple for this tech-savvy shopper, who uses an app on his smartphone to compare prices.
One of the darkest days in North Texas history happened 48 years ago today. The motorcade was nearing the end of the of the parade route through downtown Dallas when those infamous shots rang out from what was then the Texas School Book depository. President Kennedy and Texas governor John Connally had been shot.