Lake Highlands

Dallas Lake Highlands Redistricting

Lake Highlands Residents Split On Redistricting Map

The city’s redistricting committee will review a map Thursday that proposes moving a large swath of the Lake Highlands neighborhood south into District 9.

08/03/2011

Mister Sun

Cabin Fever Hitting North Texans All Over Again

If anyone knows that history repeats itself, it’s Ashley Livingston. CBS 11 first met Livingston during an icy week in February. Nearly six months later and the Dallas mother of two says the weather is once again holding her family hostage.

07/27/2011

A grocery cart at specialty retail grocer Trader Joe's. (credit: Michael Nagle/Getty Images)

Dallas Neighborhood Petitions For New Trader Joe’s Store

The Lake Highlands neighborhood in Dallas wants to get a Trader Joe’s store. The specialty grocery chain will open its first location in North Texas later this year.

07/06/2011

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East Dallas Woman Robbed, Cut In Front Of Her Home

An East Dallas woman wants to warn others about a violent attack during which she was robbed and cut after returning home from work at 10:30 p.m. Thursday in the 6000 block of Prospect Ave.

CBSDFW.COM–03/19/2011

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Dallas Police Search For Man Who Attacked Shoppers With Rocks

Dallas Police are looking for a man who has attacked customers in the parking lot of a Lake Highlands Shopping Center.

03/16/2011

A Lake highlands Junior High student wears a pin supporting fellow classmate Brandon Landis.

Despite Muscular Disorder, Local 7th Grader Takes Field

An incurable muscular disorder usually keeps 12-year old Brandon Landis watching from the sidelines, but this week he suited-up for what turned out to be a memorable game for him, his family and teammates.

CBSDFW.COM–11/04/2010

Teammates help Lake Highlands 7th grade football manager and student coach Brandon Landis, prepare to suit up.

Local 7th Grader Inspires Football Team

A Lake Highlands 7th grader, diagnosed with a crippling disorder, is overcoming the disability to participate in the game he loves. And, in doing so, is having a big impact on his classmates.

CBSDFW.COM–11/03/2010

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