Texas Democrats are pouring into Dallas in anticipation of this weekend’s state party convention. The quiet of the halls of Dallas’ Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Thursday belies the noise that will soon be generated.
Nearly a million people attend events in and around the Fort Worth Convention Center every year. Now, event planners say they’re running out of room for them all.
The transformation of Houston’s Astrodome begins next week when work crews prepare to demolish exterior portions of the landmark stadium.
North Texas may be landlocked but a wave of pink is moving through downtown Dallas! Tens of thousands of people have descended on the Convention Center for the Mary Kay Annual Convention.
Opening day at the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, and some new rules at club-controlled parking lots were going to crack down on drivers–especially tailgaters—that didn’t have game tickets.
CBS-11 News has learned a major chain has expressed an interest in building a hotel in Arlington near Cowboys Stadium and Rangers Ballpark.
It could soon cost a little more to stay in a big Dallas hotel. The Dallas City Council is considering allowing hotels, with more than 100 rooms, to charge an additional 2-percent in sales tax.
After years of controversy and debate, there’s good news coming out tonight about the new Dallas convention center hotel, it’s doing much better financially than first predicted.
The City of Denton is looking to partner with University of North Texas to build the town’s first conference center. A company from Missouri is pitching the idea for the project that would include a 250 room full-service hotel.
In just over a year from now, Dallas will see the opening of its first convention center hotel.
Fort Worth may have ESPN, but Arlington has reeled in CNN and some of its sister networks.