The man who pleaded guilty to several rapes in Lake Highlands last year will soon learn his punishment. Cesar Benitez is expected to be sentenced on Friday in Dallas.
A pedestrian was struck Friday morning by a TRE train in Dallas. The incident happened along a portion of track that is fenced off and not accessible by regular foot traffic.
A fight outside of a Dallas nightclub Friday morning led to a shooting that left one man injured and a female suspect in custody. The suspect reportedly told police, “I shot him.”
An employee of a financial firm pleaded guilty to wire fraud and has been sentenced to spend more than four years in prison for trying to embezzle nearly $1.3 million.
If you need another sign that spring is on the horizon, check out the Dallas Arboretum. The garden is celebrating 30 years with another wonderful Dallas Blooms display.
Adam Lambert has never paid attention to haters, and he won’t start now as the lead singer for Queen on their upcoming summer tour, which comes to Dallas in July.
Former first lady Laura Bush is set to speak as a group of women from Tunisia are introduced as the latest participants in the George W. Bush Institute’s fellowship program.
Robin Skinner knows the food truck business. She’s the marketing director for Ruthie’s Rolling Café. Now she’s teaming up with the folks at Sisu Restaurant and Bar in Uptown Dallas to take advantage of one thing it has that every food truck needs — parking space.
There was excitement on the hilltop Wednesday night at Southern Methodist University’s Mustangs basketball game.
The SPCA of Texas seized and took custody of 57 dogs, 26 cats, five puppies and one kitten — all cruelly confined in abhorrent conditions — from a property in Royse City on Wednesday.
TEX Rail, a proposed commuter rail line from downtown Fort Worth to Grapevine and the north entrance to Dallas/Fort Worth Airportwill receive $50 million in a package of federal projects.
The city of Dallas has passed a resolution, enforcing equality for gay, lesbian, bi-sexual and transgender employees, residents, and visitors.