Ever since Big Tex burned to the ground one year ago, fans of the State Fair of Texas have been eagerly anticipating the arrival of his replacement.
As the new Big Tex gets ready for his big debut at this year’s State Fair of Texas, he’s making several stops across the state — and leaving his footprints behind.
Big Tex is back home in Fair Park. Crews returned the rebuilt mechanical cowboy Friday. But the cultural icon is hiding out for now under a large white tent.
DALLAS (CBS 11 NEWS) – From eight fried finalists, two dishes have won top honors in this year’s Big Tex Choice Awards. For BEST TASTE, the deep fried Cuban roll, is the 2013 winner. It’s […]
A $600,000 renovation is underway right now at Fair Park to prepare a new pedestal capable of housing a much heftier Big Tex.
Downtown is once again aglow with an old-skool icon — the Pegasus sign atop the Magnolia Hotel. It rivals the technicolor tableaux created nightly by one million LED lights at the Dallas Omni Hotel with its simplicity
The State Fair of Texas has chosen a new voice for Big Tex when he is resurrected on September 27, 2013.
It’s always been a dream of Troy Hughes to be the voice of Big Tex. Did he get the gig?
Bill Bragg, who was the voice of Big Tex for the last 11 years tells KRLD he was informed that his contract was not renewed effective Tuesday.
From the West Nile Virus epidemic to the tornado outbreak in April, 2012 was a year of news in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
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First Big Tex burned down, now another State Fair of Texas icon may be in danger…what will happen to Deep Fried Twinkies now that the Hostess Bakery is liquidating?