North Texas Roofer Arrested For Stealing From HomeownersA North Texas Roofer is facing felony theft charges after police say he stole tens of thousands of dollars from homeowners.
Trump Campaign Runs $1.5M TV Ad On His 100 DaysPresident Donald Trump's campaign organization is launching a $1.5 million run of TV ads touting his accomplishments in his first 100 days.
Blue Bell Recalling All Products Made With Cookie Dough IngredientBlue Bell Ice Cream said late Monday it is voluntarily recalling all products that were made with a cookie dough ingredient supplied by a third party supplier Aspen Hills, Inc., due to the potential for them to contain Listeria monocytogenes.
Prosecutors Announce Settlement In Minerals Case With Texas CompanyFederal prosecutors in Arkansas say an energy company has agreed to pay the U.S. government $950,000 to settle a mineral trespass case.
Paxton Will Plead "Not Guilty"According to released indictments, in July of 2011, Paxton purposely did not disclose required information to two buyers of Servergy, Inc stock.
Parade Of Lights Moving To Sunday Before ThanksgivingFor the first time ever, the annual XTO Energy Parade of Lights will now kick off the holiday season on the Sunday before Thanksgiving.
Dallas CEO Says Education Can Help Make A Successful Career Change“Getting 100 percent of my goals in a successful career change accomplished – nearly tripling my income. This was not a goal but a side benefit of going back to school," said Shawn Sabanayagam.
SPCA Of Texas Acts As Rabbit Transfer HubThe SPCA of Texas received 70 rabbits Sunday, acting as a transfer hub for the animals to be passed along to groups who will find them permanent homes.
Best Places For Off-Roading Near DFWWhere there are wheels and dirt, there is off-roading. For those who prefer to avoid trespassing, fines and canceled plans, there are many official sites around DFW where you can rip it up.
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Drop Zones: Best Destinations For Skydivers Near Dallas/Fort WorthBefore leaping into the air from 10,000 feet up and falling at about 120 miles per hour, here are some important tips to know before going skyward with a skydiving company.