There’s a new game in town. It’s called team tennis. There’s a new team in town. It’s called the Texas Wild.
Rain didn’t dampen the spirits of the 3,000 runners who hit the wet pavement Sunday morning for the Wounded Warrior Half Marathon in Las Colinas.
Just as the Byron Nelson Golf Championship is set to get underway at the Four Seasons in Irving, leaders in the City of Dallas officially announced that the tournament will be moving to South Dallas.
Tournament officials and the PGA Tour have signed a 10-year contract with developers of the Trinity Forest golf course with plans to move there in 2019.
A new experience has arrived in Las Colinas to help North Texans celebrate the summer. Pedal boats are hitting the water, and there’s a special deal for customers on Mother’s Day.
World Team Tennis is bouncing its way back to North Texas.
An Irving man faces arson charges for triggering a massive fire at an apartment complex in Las Colinas last month. The blaze destroyed a total of 22 individual units and forced several people to jump from windows and balconies to safety.
It may still be winter, but ZestFest is going to heat things up with spicy foods at the Irving Convention Center.
Irving’s City Council voted to relax the restrictions on the sale of alcohol.
On a sun swept day at the Las Colinas Country Club in Irving– the ravages of war, can for the moment, be forgotten. After all, this is all about golf.
Las Colinas is taking a major step toward the development of its Urban Center. The project is called “Water Street.”
Some DART fares will increase as light rail service reaches DFW International Airport. The changes, approved Tuesday by board members, will go into effect on December 3.