The threat of an unseasonably bitter cold snap has farmers and gardeners across North Texas looking for ways to shelter their plants.
A Dallas civil court jury late Tuesday returned a verdict in the case of a worker at Super Bowl LXV who was hit by falling ice from the football stadium in Arlington. It absolved stadium architects HKS of any blame.
The Dallas County Precinct 5 Constable is raising some eyebrows over a recent film appearance.
Texas Department of Transportation road crews hit the freeways first after snow fell early Thursday morning. Many side streets however, remained a problem for drivers.
There was a nationwide search, but in the end Dallas City council members went with what they knew best and tapped interim city manager A.C. Gonzalez for the job full-time.
A new activist group made up of critics of Dallas Police shootings wants changes in DPD’s shooting policies involving civilians.
Fort Worth city officials and local residents dedicated a new storm drainage system Thursday at the site of flooding tragedy.
A Dallas County commissioner is taking issue with Sheriff Lupe Valdez regarding the race of a deputy she promoted to her command staff.
Memories are flooding back from 50 years ago when President JFK was gunned down in Dallas, especially for the last surviving surgeon who tried to save his life.
Prosecutors have rested their case in the punishment phase of the capital murder trial of Matthew Johnson. He was convicted Wednesday robbing and killing a store clerk by setting her on fire. The defense on Monday finally gets a chance to undo two days of testimony designed cost Matthew Johnson his life.
In a little more than a month Dallas and the rest of America will mark a solemn anniversary: the killing of President John F. Kennedy at Dealey Plaza. On Saturday four men who were journalists there that day shared their thoughts at Dallas’ Sixth Floor Museum.
As a default deadline approaches, people across America are watching.