Rainy Forecast Impacts Dallas FestivalsThe Elm Street Music and Tattoo Festival is not taking any chances.
Deep Ellum Business Owners Team Up To Hire Off-Duty OfficersAfter some high profile crimes in one of Dallas's most popular entertainment districts, a group of bars and restaurants has come together to try to safeguard Deep Ellum.
Ten Dallas Police Officers Hired To Patrol Deep EllumAfter weeks of concern about security in Deep Ellum, a step up in security is taking place.
Blue-Haired Man Arrested After Peeing On Cruiser, Punching CopDallas Police are investigating an attack on one of their own that happened in Downtown Dallas on Saturday afternoon as two officers tried to eat lunch.
City Of Dallas Zoning Commission Considers Midnight 'Curfew' For BarsImposing a so-called “bar curfew,” a new proposal in Dallas could force some late-night spots to close a few hours early.
Top Spots In DFW To Catch Future Country Music StarsThere is no shortage of spots to catch up-and-coming stars of country music in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.
Art FestivalsThis spring, get your hands on some original artwork from local and national artists at the many art festivals and fairs across DFW.
Atmos To Blame For Residents Losing Sleep From 'Loud Bang!'Noise from metal slabs installed by Atmos Energy onto the street below a Deep Ellum complex is keeping people awake and angry.
People Fed Up With Spike In Deep Ellum GraffitiIt ruins walls, looks terrible and is popping up all over one of the most popular entertainment districts in Dallas.
Police Release Sketch Of Deep Ellum Shooting SuspectAuthorities in Dallas are still searching for the suspect who shot Ochre House Theatre founder Matthew Posey as he and a friend were leaving the Cold Beer Company in Deep Ellum last month.
Deep Ellum Clothing Shop Shutting Down As Area Makes ComebackA long-time retail shop owner in Deep Ellum feels she is getting kicked to the curb now that the entertainment district is making a comeback. The price of progress.
Cold Weather Gear Donations Roll In To Local VolunteersAs bitter cold temperatures move into the Metroplex, a local group is working to make sure North Texans are protected against the cold.