You can downsize and still “Live Large.” Meet one North Texas woman who traded space for freedom.
The chairman of the University of Texas System Board of Regents has asked for the resignation of board member Wallace Hall, who is facing a criminal investigation and the possibility of impeachment.
Today’s Living Large is a modern bachelor pad in the Turtle Creek area of Dallas. It was featured on the Turtle Creek Association home tours this month.
The gorgeous Edwardian off of Inwood road in Dallas sits on a five and half acre lot.
White walls, black trim on doors and windows, long hallways – all perfect spaces for an art gallery. And, in fact, this is a house made for someone who loves art.
Workers can’t build the homes fast enough in Frisco — already one of the nation’s fastest growing cities.
People could tell from the outside the Cathey home was in disrepair. The porch had collapsed and the back wall had rotted out from repeated flooding during rain storms — but there was more than that.
A Fort Worth couple escaped the fire that consumed their home early Tuesday morning and their neighbor has been charged with arson.
Gov. Rick Perry has called the Legislature back for a third special session to approve more money for roads, but the main sticking point centers on what is the most conservative way to fund them without raising taxes.
The House has voted to continue the collection of hundreds of millions of Americans’ phone records in the fight against terrorism.
The Routh Street Women’s Clinic off the North Central Expressway is one of many local abortion clinics, which will shutter if and when HB2 takes effect.
A Frisco family was burned out of their home overnight when what they thought to be spent fireworks – ignited a blaze in a garage garbage bin.