“It’s a war zone, it ‘s a disaster there,” Katie Fox told CBS 11 News. “There was army all over, people with machine guns on the back of trucks.”
From Fort Worth to Dallas and Frisco, large crowds enjoyed all the Fourth of July festivities popping up around town.
People in Irving cried when the Big State Drug Store closed. The landmark had graced Downtown Irving since 1948. But it will soon open its doors again — without the pharmacy but saving the soda shoppe and grill.
The debate on fluoride in the Dallas public water system was heard again at city hall Tuesday.
One of the men behind the DFW National Cemetery in Oak Cliff is now spearheading creation of a new national memorial. It honors the men who fought a pivotal battle during the Korean War in 1950.
A Texas tragedy prompted a gift of caring all the way from Michigan to the Abbot Fire Department, which rushed to assist those affected by the blast in West last April.
All signs point to the Dallas Cowboys moving their team headquarters out of Irving to Frisco.
Hot weather and dry grass combined to force a temporary halt to Thursday night’s “Fort Worth Fourth Fireworks” show when the pyrotechnics touched off grass fires.