Lawsuit Filed To Keep Tax Money From Going To Toyota Music Factory DeveloperA newly formed taxpayer group has filed a lawsuit to block the city of Irving from giving tens of millions of dollars to the developer of the Toyota Music Factory entertainment complex.
Restaurants Suddenly Shut Doors At Toyota Music Factory In IrvingRestaurants suddenly shut their doors and hundreds of employees are out of a job in one of North Texas’ most popular entertainment districts.
The Beat Goes On: Texas Musicians Museum RelocatingThe popular Texas Musicians Museum in Irving will close its doors this week and move out.
Mormons Severing Ties With Boy Scouts, Ending Long BondThe Mormon church said Tuesday it will sever all ties with the Irving, Texas-based Boy Scouts of America at the end of next year and place its remaining 425,000 boys into a gospel-focused youth program it is developing.
Judge Slams Door On Further Lawsuits By 'Clock Boy' FamilyA judge has dismissed — this time, with prejudice — a lawsuit filed by the father of a Muslim boy arrested after taking a homemade clock to his suburban Dallas school.
Two Teens Indicted For Murder Of Plano Teen On Christmas EveTwo teens arrested for the murder of 17-year-old Brett Adkins have been indicted on capital murder charges.
Man Rescued After Driving Into Construction Hole In IrvingA man was rescued Friday evening after he drove into a construction hole in Irving.
Special Graduation For Assistance Dogs In IrvingThere was a special graduation in Irving Friday for dogs who go above and beyond being man's best friend.
The Home Depot Hiring 1,900 North Texas Workers For Spring SeasonThe Home Depot is preparing for spring by hiring 1,900 new workers in the DFW area. Those who are interested in the positions can apply online or attend a hiring event this month.
Exxon Mobil Reports $8.38 Billion Profit, But Misses Wall Street ForecastsExxon Mobil on Friday reported fourth-quarter profit of $8.38 billion. The Irving company said that it had profit of $1.97 per share. The results missed Wall Street expectations.
Texas Kidnapping Victim Says She Was Chained Up & Forced To Do ChoresA woman told police that she was chained up and forced to serve as a slave in a North Texas home for nearly two weeks, before she was able to reach someone for help.
Kimberly-Clark To Cut At Least 5,000 Jobs In Attempt To Lower CostsKimberly-Clark will cut between 5,000 to 5,500 jobs, or 12 percent to 13 percent of its workforce, the company said Tuesday. The company did not say where the job cuts would take place.