Texas Woman Gets Prison; Abandoned Newborn Covered With AntsA Texas woman has been sentenced to four years in prison for abandoning her newborn daughter in a flower bed where the child was found covered with ants.
Wind Sculptures In Motion: The Kinetic Art of Lyman Whitaker At The ArboretumA new exhibit at the Dallas Arboretum is getting ready to open for Spring and Summer.
Arboretum Loving Cold, Wet Run-Up To Dallas BloomsThe internationally-known annual floral festival begins this weekend at the Dallas Arboretum and staffers say rain is a welcome relief from years spent worrying about drought.
I-Team: Midland Train Crash Victims Taking Case To Higher CourtFamily members spent a somber day placing flowers at the scene of the accident, but their mission now is filing a petition with the Supreme Court of Texas to reconsider their wrongful death claims.
Shop Owner Warns Of Phone Scam After Losing $400A local store owner is telling his story of falling victim to a phone scam in hopes that others won’t do the same.
A Rose Is A Rose -- Except When Online Floral Shops Dupe ClientsShe thought she was ordering flowers from a local florist, but in reality, Jill Johnson was ordering flowers from a company almost 1500 miles away.
Dallas Arboretum Hosting Food & Wine FestivalThe Dallas Arboretum is hosting its first-ever food and wine festival. Guests will have a chance to sample dishes, wine and craft beers made by chefs from around the Metroplex.
Plenty Of Rain, Record High Temps = Early Wildflower SeasonWith all the rain that's fallen in Texas and the record high winter temperatures, we could be in for a super-sized wildflower season this year.
Don't Forget Those Valentine's Day FlowersThis week consumers will spend $20 billion on gifts and flowers for Valentine's Day, with the average person spending about $150. JD Ryan is Around Town with some ways to save a few bucks and get the freshest flowers for your Valentine
Gardening Experts: Kill The Urge To Plant Too SoonExperts say the urge to get out in the garden like it's spring could mean you're buying plants that won't make it to summer or pruning trees at the wrong time of year and that could kill them.
As Winter Blows In Arboretum Workers Planting 2017 "Blooms"So, exactly what does it take to create one of the most spectacular floral festivals at the Dallas Arboretum? More than you think!
Dallas Florist To ‘Petal It Forward’ In DowntownIf a stranger offers you flowers tomorrow in downtown Dallas don’t shy away. It’s all part of a nationwide campaign featuring one local florist who simply wants to brighten up your week with a free bouquet.