Have A Family Adventure In AddisonAddison might only be 4.4 square miles, but they are packing in the fun. From a museum with soaring attractions to a restaurant with a cast of crazy characters, see why Addison is the perfect place for an adventure.
Escape For A Getaway In AddisonWith spas, hotels and dining options for everyone, Addison is the perfect place for a weekend escape.
Nonprofit That Helps Gold Star Families BurglarizedFour computers were taken from administrative offices, but the organization said the person or people responsible also violated a sacred space.
The Fan's 2017 NFL Draft PartiesWhen it comes to the NFL Draft, 105.3 The Fan is the only DFW radio station that is bringing the party to you!
Anyone Can Race In Addison 'Drone Wars' CompetitionThe Cavanaugh Flight Museum in Addison is home to historic war planes dating back to World War I. But futuristic machines will take flight this weekend for a race course in the air.
Working Out At The Lone Star Circus SchoolStatistically 80% of those that joined a gym in January will not still be going by mid-February. But what if the gym was as fun as a circus? JD Ryan is Around Town.
Dead Body Found In Addison Pond IdentifiedAddison police are investigating a dead body that was found in a pond at Winnwood Park Saturday.
Free Events In DFW For November 24-30List of free events that are taking place all around DFW, including a number of activities planned for the holidays.
Commuters Excited About DART's New Light Rail LinesThe Cotton Belt corridor would run through Plano, Richardson, Addison and Carrollton, east-west to DFW Airport.
DART Approves 2 Expansion Projects At Same TimeThe biggest light rail system in the nation gave the go-ahead to two expansion projects at a packed board meeting on Tuesday night. DART leaders decided to move forward with work on a Dallas subway line and the Cotton Belt line.
'Jugging' Crime Trend On The Rise In CarrolltonThey watch people leave banks, follow them to their next stop and then pounce.
Mary Kay Building New Research Facility In LewisvilleOfficials with Mary Kay on Tuesday are breaking ground on a research and development center across 26 acres in Lewisville. The $100 million project is slated to open in 2018.