Hundreds of churches in the area are getting ready to explore the big questions people have about God.
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.
Images of American artworks will appear on billboards, bus stops, digital display boards and on subway platforms.
The FBI has expanded its search for Alanna Gallagher’s killer.
The City of Dallas this week kicks off an aggressive plan to fight the West Nile virus.
A lawsuit filed against the Texas Department of Transportation last week claims the height of new ramps under construction at the LBJ / Interstate 35 interchange will make their billboards less valuable, because they’ll be less visible.
A North Texas attorney who uses billboards to advertise has accepted a digital marriage proposal flashed on one of the towering signs.
Does the power of prayer really work? One group in North Texas has serious doubts and they’ve issued a challenge to local churches to prove them wrong.
You won’t see religious ads on The T’s buses much longer.
The DFW Coalition of Reason will be using bus billboards in Fort Worth to spread the gospel of nontheism during the month of December.
You may see some scandalous new billboards in Dallas soon.