Hundreds of North Texans took to the streets to show their outrage over a grand jury decision not to indict a New York City police officer for an apparent chokehold death.
After making her first visit to Dallas’ Klyde Warren Park, Betty Foster was simply blown away: “Love it. Beautiful. Kudos to Dallas.”
The sudden demolition of several properties in Dallas is prompting city leaders to take action. While old buildings have recently come crashing down on Main Street, one group has set out to protect other properties from the same fate.
City Crews clean up at First Baptist Church in Dallas, after a water main broke around 4 a.m. Saturday morning.
Movies, music, food and drinks are all coming to one corner in southwest downtown Dallas. That’s where an Alamo Drafthouse Cinema location will open this time next year. It will be the first theater downtown since the last one went dark in 2000.
Hunt Oil Company had a full building evacuation drill Monday as part of its emergency preparedness program.
Former Dallas City Council member Ron Natinsky unveiled a new plan to give Pacific Plaza in downtown a high-tech make over. The plan includes a fully automated parking garage, with some 1,600 spaces deep underneath city streets.
The push to redevelop a part of downtown Dallas finally got a green light on Wednesday. The area around the Statler Hilton hotel goes to sleep after dark. But a developer wants to change that.
March Madness is about to take over North Texas. There will be tailgating, concerts, and a fun run… all in all it seems like there’s something for everyone. There’s only one major problem – getting there!
North Texas’ biggest stair climb gets underway Saturday morning with Dallas’ police chief taking part. Those participating in “The Big D Climb” will ‘race’ up 52 flights of stairs… that’s exactly 1,040 steps.
The City of Dallas could lose some federal funding, after allegations its affordable housing practices have broken civil rights laws.
For one day at the Texas Theatre it is as if nothing has changed in 50 years. Moviegoers can buy a ticket for 90-cents and watch the same movie, “War is Hell”, as those unsuspecting witnesses did in 1963.