Fire fighters were called to rescue patrons stranded on the monorail at the Dallas Zoo’s Wilds of Africa exhibit after the system malfunctioned and shut down just before 4 p.m. Tuesday.
The Dallas Zoo’s baby giraffe officially has a name. She was named Jamie, after James Camden Sikes, who died of brain cancer.
The Dallas Zoo says a 49-year-old gorilla named Timbo has died after failing to awaken from anesthesia.
Doctors discovered a brain tumor in Kara and Matthew Sikes’ only child. The cancer spread throughout the baby’s brain, so his parents took him back to their East Dallas home for his final days.
Today is a special day of the year for North Texas kids — Dollar Day at the Dallas Zoo! For many today is the one day that the entire family can afford to go to the zoo.
The Dallas Zoo is honoring members of the armed forces this Fourth of July weekend. As part of “Celebrate Freedom Weekend” there will be free admission for service members.
Several local artists and one elephant will be providing artwork at a fundraiser Wednesday night for Love for Kids, a local organization that helps underprivileged and disabled children.
The Dallas Zoo has lost a longtime resident with the death of a tiger. Zoo officials announced the death of a 19-year-old big cat named Paul.
A 12-year-old Allen girl got the thrill of a lifetime Monday. Sarah Fonville is a fan both of cheetahs and of a woman trying to save them; on Monday Sarah got to meet both face-to-face.
The pair of blue-throated macaws that flew from the Dallas Zoo during an exhibition Friday were found perched in a pecan tree in the Bishop Arts District Sunday morning and safely returned home.
After nearly seven days on the run, Dallas police have arrested the wanted probation violator who caused a shutdown at the Dallas Zoo last week.
A manhunt at the Dallas Zoo has ended. Dallas police were searching for a man they say committed a violent robbery.