Arlington Ramps Up For Largest Street Improvement Program EverThe City of Arlington is ramping up the largest street improvement program in its history and Tuesday night people who drive in the city were also being warned that they'll need patience behind the wheel.
Arlington Blames Six Water Main Breaks On Higher Water UsageThe city says it will take several days to repair all six water main breaks. They happened Thursday in various areas around I-20.
Federal Judge Issues Ruling In Arlington Open Carry LawsuitIn a short ruling this morning, Federal Judge Reed O'Connor has sided with the organization Open Carry Tarrant County and ruled against the city of Arlington.
D.R. Horton Moving Headquarters To ArlingtonMove means 500 jobs coming to Arlington, too.
Short But Powerful Storm Rips Through Parts Of ArlingtonThe storm only lasted a few minutes on Friday but it left large portions of Arlington damaged and without power.
District Judge Tosses Open Carry Lawsuit Against City Of ArlingtonU.S. District Judge Reed O'Connor has tossed the lawsuit by Open Carry Tarrant County against the city of Arlington.
Cities Refuse To Pay Red Light Camera TicketsCities run red light camera programs, and expect drivers to pay up. But the CBS 11 I-Team uncovered some of those cities aren’t practicing what they preach.
City Considers Charging To Surrender Pets At Shelter Most animal shelters charge a fee when you adopt a pet. But the City of Arlington is discussing charging a fee to anyone surrendering an animal.
Arlington Road Construction Taking Toll On BusinessesRoad construction in Arlington is set to increase. Increasing difficulty for some businesses.
Grad Students Partner With City On Design ProjectsIn a corner of Arlington City Hall, University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) grad students have designs on improving the city -- and their careers.
Arlington May Draw Line With Used Car BusinessesLook down some Arlington streets and you'll see car dealer, after car dealer. Some have old, hand painted signs, others are in old car dealership buildings. A new ordinance would prohibit business locations and enforce new building requirements.
City Fighting To Demolish Blighted Apartment ComplexAfter a year of legal wrangling, hundreds of code violation citations and tens of thousand of dollars in fines issued, the City of Arlington is preparing to demolish an apartment complex it says is dangerous to anyone living in or around it.