A man who once faced charges of animal cruelty will manage a new, multi-million dollar equestrian park in Dallas.
Arlington voters said they’re ready for liquor stores in Tuesday’s election. But, they also said they expect the city to control where those new liquor stores go and what restrictions those stores will face.
Pet owners in Richardson may finally have somewhere for their dogs to play close to home.
ARLINGTON (CBSDFW.COM) – All sworn employees of the Arlington Police Department will be subject to random drug testing as part of a policy change following a steroid scandal involving Arlington Police officers. The new […]
Body paint is no substitute for clothes says the Fort Worth City Council.
The Irving City Council is going where no council has gone before, allowing the rezoning of property neighboring Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport for single family homes.
A University Park family says it doesn’t understand why the city has rejected its basketball hoop. Now, the City Council will decide its fate.
A Carrollton neighborhood is turning to a 10-year-old boy for help getting the city to save their homes.
City leaders are taking a closer look at the Fort Worth animal shelter, after CBS 11 reported some of its animals came down with distemper.
Harold Hamilton’s property is in the Stop Six neighborhood, an area in need of revitalization. Hamilton is hoping to open some doors of opportunity for his son.
As a result of the I-Team investigation, the city council will get a full briefing on the matter from the shelter’s veterinarian and the code compliance director next week.
A familiar fight is brewing in far North Dallas — neighbors are organizing to keep out a proposed Walmart Supercenter at the corner of Arapaho and Coit.