Concerns Over Horse Carriages In Highland ParkThere’s a holiday horse carriage controversy brewing in Highland Park after a resident reported a carriage driver struck his vehicle and did not stop to report the incident.
Best Holiday Light Shows In DFWLooking at Christmas lights is a great tradition for the holidays. Many people enjoy decorating and want you to see their handiwork. There are also civic and commercial displays that are worthwhile. Here are five of the best in the DFW area.
Anonymous Emails Spark Concern Over Low Income Housing, Students In Highland Park ISDIn one anonymous email, bond package opponents ask, "Is section eight housing within the district more likely if the bond passes?"
2 Days, 3 Political Fundraisers In Dallas AreaDuring the next two days, the area will play host to political fundraisers for three candidates running to be President.
4-Hour Standoff In Highland Park Ends PeacefullyA man barricaded himself in a house and refused to come out.
Did Rainy Weather Cause A Town Home Roof To Collapse?A structural engineer on site has determined that most of the building is safe.
Ceiling Collapse At Highland Park TownhomeThere were some scary moments for Highland Park residents late Thursday night when the ceiling of a townhome came crashing down.
Vehicle Wheel Theft Spikes In DallasA rash of wheel theft has been reported throughout Highland Park and East Dallas in recent weeks. Police are working with other agencies to investigate any relation between incidents.
Thieves Target East Dallas Residents For Rims And TiresJacked up on bricks with their rims and tires gone, some residents in East Dallas feel they’re being targeted by a group of thieves for their wheels.
Crews Battle 2-Alarm House Fire In Highland ParkAs fans poured out of sports bars after watching the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship on CBS, flames lit the sky in Highland Park.
Controversial Book To Remain In HPISDAnother book that was under fire in the Highland Park ISD will remain on the class syllabus, at least for now.
Highland Park ISD Considers Razing 2 Elementary SchoolsA Highland Park ISD committee is recommending tearing down two elementary schools, in a move that’s a first of its kind in North Texas.