An off-site power surge is believed to be the reason the Dallas Zoo’s Monorail Safari electric train stopped Wednesday with 48 guests and one driver on board
Several Dallas Zoo visitors were trapped on the Zoo’s monorail system Wednesday afternoon, according to a spokesperson for Dallas Fire-Rescue.
A very rainy Dollar Day in July has the Dallas Zoo offering a second summer Dollar Day for the first time ever.
The Dallas Zoo brought smiles, and animals, to Children’s Medical Center.
Despite soggy conditions, a flood of families made their way to the Dallas Zoo for dollar day.
Looking for something to do this weekend in north Texas? From concerts to ice cream to the largest boating event in DFW, Tasha Stevens has you covered.
There is a fun-filled camp at the Dallas Zoo where children learn all about the animals. But, besides learning and playing, the campers are helping out kids that they will never meet.
From outdoor concerts to events at both area zoos, Tasha provides a number of events happening across the metroplex this weekend!
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? From fireworks at the lake to golfing for a good cause to awesome live music, we have got you covered with a full list of events!
It takes a lot to get the Dallas Zoo ready each day, and that includes cleaning up everything that the animals have left behind. Check out CBS 11 News reporter Elizabeth Dinh as she tries to be an elephant pooper scooper.
The Dallas Zoo is celebrating the successful birth of a new Asian small-clawed otter pup named ‘Tasanee’ to the the oldest female otter in the national Species Survival Plan’s breeding population to give birth.
For anyone with a passion for animals, volunteering your time at one of these facilities is an ideal way to make a difference in the lives of the animals and in your own life.