Federal Investigation Launched Into Downtown Dallas Gas Line FireThe Labor Department has launched an investigation into the striking of a gas line by and fire that forced an evacuation in downtown Dallas last Friday, March 10.
Fire In Downtown Dallas After Gas Line StruckThe gas line was capped and the fire was under control shortly after 4:00 p.m.
Immigration Rallies Held Across U.S. To Support MuslimsDemonstrations were held in Dallas and cities across the U.S. this weekend to support Muslim Americans and to protest President Donald Trump's immigration policies.
Protesters In Dallas March In Support Of Immigrants And RefugeesProtesters gathered in Dallas Saturday to rally in support of immigrant and refugee rights.
Painful Memories Remain For Survivor Of Dallas Officer AmbushThe memory of the ambush shooting still remains painful for those who survived the deadly incident.
Dallas Children's Health Holiday Parade Canceled Due To WeatherThe cold and rainy weather expected this weekend has prompted the rare cancellation of one of the biggest holiday events in North Texas.
Officer Publishes Third Edition Of Book About Fallen Dallas OfficersAn officer honors and remembers fallen Dallas police officers by publishing the third edition of a book titled "In The Line Of Duty."
AT&T Investing Millions To Keep Global HQ In Downtown DallasAT&T is investing millions of dollars and partnering with the city of Dallas to execute a plan that would keep their global headquarters downtown.
Tense Moments At Downtown Dallas Protest; No Violence, No ArrestsAt St. Paul and Main Street many protesters would not get out of the street.
I-Team: What Ever Happened To Dallas’ Pedestrian Tunnel System?Just below the streets of downtown Dallas sit 36 blocks of pedestrian tunnels. Once lined with stores and restaurants connecting many of the central business district’s skyscrapers, the tunnels are now mainly empty.
Welcome To Texas: Pioneer PlazaBack in the 1980's city leaders wanted to turn an underutilized parking lot into something special. In the 1990's Pioneer Plaza began to take shape and the beginning of cattle drive bronze sculpture was put in place.
Carbon Monoxide Leak Forces Evacuations At Dallas High-RiseA carbon monoxide leak at 511 North Akard in downtown Dallas forced the evacuation of the apartment high-rise Wednesday, night according to Dallas Fire-Rescue.

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