DFW Moments: Dallas TV ShowIf people outside the Lone Star State imagine certain stereotypes when Texas comes to mind, it's possible they can trace that impression back to April 2nd, 1978 when Dallas made its TV debut on CBS.
Dallas Throws Grand Old Party To Win GOP Convention In 2016With the hope of hosting the Republican National Convention in 2016, Big D threw a Grand Old Party for the GOP. As a band played outside the American Airlines Center, cheerleaders and volunteers welcomed the 13 members of the RNC.
City Raising Life-Sized Statue Of Actor Larry HagmanThe city of Weatherford is planning to honor actor Larry Hagman with a life-sized statue. Space for the statue has been cleared in the city’s new Heritage Park.
Fans Gather In Parker To Remember HagmanFans of late actor Larry Hagman gathered at Southfork Ranch in Parker to remember the man behind the popular "Dallas" villain.
"Dallas" Stars In Dallas For Red Carpet PremiereCast and crew of TNT's new series DALLAS came out to celebrate the world premiere Thursday night at the Windpear Opera House. The red carpet was rolled out for the original stars of the iconic CBS series that aired from 1978-1991.
City Dealing To Keep Shooting J.R. In DallasThe rebooted TV show 'Dallas' will debut on June 15, but before it even hits the screen there is already talk of it being renewed for another season. City of Dallas officials want to make sure if that happens, the filming will continue in Big D.
Reality Is, North Texas Is Booming For TV ProductionOn nearly every channel, there's a reality television show. And this season, more of them are being filmed right here in North Texas.