Local Animal Lover Spends $1,000 On Ranch Dressing To Help Shelter"Never in a million years did we think someone was actually going to buy the bottle of ranch," says Beth Moore of Cane Rosso.
Welcome To Texas: Pecan LodgeBefore the doors open at Pecan Lodge in Deep Ellum, a group of people are often gathered outside just waiting to get in. That is a sign that a legend has been born in the barbecue world.
Business Owner: City Crews Cleaned Graffiti, Destroyed BrickA Deep Ellum business owner said graffiti didn't ruin his building -- but the city crews who cleaned it up did.
Woman Seeks Man Who Lost His Wedding RingWith Valentines Day around the corner, one North Texan is likely without a wedding band.
Deep Ellum Upset Over Ad GimmickA health insurance company is now apologizing after its sidewalk advertisements in Deep Ellum angered businesses and residents.
'Fake' Parking Attendants Targeting Popular Dallas NeighborhoodsDallas businesses are warning customers about “fake” parking attendants, charging drivers to park in spots where they can be towed or where they’re entitled to park for free.
Residents Say Taggers Are Destroying Deep EllumThose who live in the Deep Ellum area have been documenting the graffiti damage on social media, because they are fed up with a crime that, to them, seems to be as rampant as ever.
Once Fired Dallas Police Officer Returning To Work A Dallas police officer who was fired after an altercation with a suspect in Deep Ellum is coming back to work.
DART Plans 2nd Line In Downtown DallasDART is moving forward with plans for a second line in downtown Dallas, but some people are worried about the impact of such expansion.
Deep Ellum Restaurant's "Joke" Cooks Up ControversyA restaurant owner in Dallas attempting to make a “joke” finds himself in hot water after some accused him of making fun of rape
Some Protesters Arrested During Dallas DemonstrationA demonstration near downtown Dallas managed to turn a few heads and land several protesters in jail.
Panel Clears Dallas Police Officer Fired In Excessive-Force CaseA grand jury has declined to indict a Dallas police officer fired for using excessive force in a videotaped incident in which a suspected panhandler was pinned to the ground on a street in Deep Ellum.

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