Highland Park Cracking Down On Bike Share CompaniesThe brightly colored bikes have been dumped on sidewalks, on lawns, and left in packs on street corners. And some people who live in the Highland Park area of Dallas there say they are a nuisance and an eyesore.
Highland Park Takes On Bikes Abandoned By Bike Share UsersA new ordinance approved by officials in Highland Park is taking aim at so-called "orphan" bikes left abandoned on their streets by bike share users.
Highland Park Holds Football Game For Kids With Special NeedsA group of eighth-grade boys from Highland Park Middle School have spent the last two months planning for a day that they had no idea would create such lasting memories for them or their friends with special needs.
Identity Thief Hits Homeowners In Highland ParkSondra Puorro’s mailbox last weekend held junk mail, bills and a new credit card. The problem was, she never asked for it.
Highland Park School Officials Apologize After Author HeckledHighland Park school officials are apologizing after a bestselling author was heckled and repeatedly interrupted while speaking to a group of freshman and sophomore students.
One Of Highland Park's Oldest Mansions Scheduled To Be DemolishedYou can buy a piece of the home before it's destroyed.
Texas Governor's Racial Profiling Remarks Prompt CriticismGovernor Greg Abbott is being criticized since he responded to concerns about possible racial profiling along the border with Mexico by pointing to white drivers getting stopped in the state's wealthiest cities.
SWAT Responds To Report Of Barricaded Person In Highland ParkA police situation is unfolding in the Dallas section of Highland Park.
Winter Carriage Rides Keep Workers In The ColdEven on the coldest night of the year in North Texas, some people have to clock in for work outside.
One North Texas High School Has 27 National Merit SemifinalistsMore than 5 percent of the graduating class achieved the honor, which is based on scores from a test called the Preliminary SAT, or PSAT. Only 16,000 out of the 1.6 million students who take it were named semifinalists.
Popular Little Free Library May Have To Come DownProposed regulations in Dallas include limiting the structures to a height of 5 feet, there can be only one per yard, and there must be at least 10 feet between the library and the neighbor’s property line.
SMU Officers Death Prompts Survey On Turtle Creek FloodsFlood waters in Turtle Creek swept him away in July while he was working an off-campus security job. Now his death is sparking a new push to fix an old problem -- flooding.