Demolition Underway At The Historic Fort Worth StockyardsDemolition at the Historic Fort Worth Stockyards got underway before sunrise. The tearing down and building up is all part of a multi-million dollar redevelopment project.
Battle Brewing Over Land In UptownDevelopers want it to build apartments, but area residents say, "no way!"
Pioneer Of Urban “Gentlefication" Builds Southern Dallas Co-Working VillageA nearly century old manufacturing plant in southern Dallas is now the catalyst to bringing back a local economy that left the neighborhood decades ago.
Court Rules In Favor Of Association Trying To Block Sams Club Near CitiplaceThe city has been fighting the association on a number of levels - the most important trying to get the whole lawsuit dismissed on grounds the Association has standing.
Opponents Vow To Fight Plano's Comprehensive Development PlanThe future of the City of Plano is up for a vote Monday night. City leaders will decide what form the city's growth will take in the years to come.
Texas Leaders Gather For Facebook Data Center GroundbreakingCity and state political leaders and businesspeople made their way to Fort Worth Tuesday for the official announcement that social media giant Facebook is opening a new data center in Fort Worth.
Neighbors Worried About Historic Cemetery Near TxDOT ProjectSome South Dallas residents want the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) to tread carefully when construction starts on the Southern Gateway Project.
Trinity Groves No Longer Just A Destination For DiningNo longer just a dining destination in west Dallas, retail shops are coming to Trinity Groves too. The first boutique opened Tuesday, marking the next step for developers helping to nurture North Texas entrepreneurs.
Development Plans For Last Coveted Piece Of Collin County PropertyA particular piece of land is considered one of the last coveted undeveloped properties in Collin County -- now a Dallas lawyer is about to change that. The attorney gave CBS 11 News an exclusive look at the big plans for Highway 380 and the Dallas North Tollway.
Council Hopes Rezoning Will Breathe Life Into Fort Worth StockyardsThe Fort Worth City Council voted to change zoning around the historic Stockyards to permit mixed-use development.
Fort Worth Approves Stockyards Redevelopment PlanDespite opposition from residents and civic leaders, the Fort Worth City Council voted 8-1 Tuesday to approve zoning changes to the historic Stockyards area.
Some Worry New Development Will Destroy Stockyards CultureThe Fort Worth Planning and Zoning Commission voted in favor of a controversial, multi-million dollar construction project near the stockyards, but because of commission rules will recommend the city council deny the developers permission to build it.