Step Back In Time At The Texas TheatreThe Texas Theatre has been a staple in Oak Cliff since the 1930s. It opened on April 21st, 1931 -- appropriately on San Jacinto Day -- and it was an instant hit.
Irving Museum Has Lee Harvey Oswald ConnectionA small south Irving home earns an important role in history...with ties to the Kennedy Assassination.
Sixth Floor Museum Acquires Oswald's RingVisitors can already begin seeing the ring on display Tuesday at the downtown Dallas museum.
Researchers: Iconic Oswald Photo Not A FakeNew technology disproved one of many conspiracy theories surrounding John F. Kenendy’s assassination.
Oswald’s Gravestone Returns To North Texas, “Where it belongs”The gravestone belonging to one of the most notorious killers in history has been returned to North Texas.
Donations Needs For Rain Damage Repairs To Texas TheatreThe historic Texas Theatre in Oak Cliff is working to repair flood and water damage caused by the heavy rains that hit North Texas in May and June.
Lee Harvey Oswald Cut Out Near JFK Memorial Causes A StirA Dallas tour operator is taking flak for what some consider going too far for publicity.
After a Half Century, Lee Harvey Oswald’s Casket Gets a Final Resting PlaceThe ruling is in: The final resting place for Lee Harvey Oswald’s casket belongs to the assassin’s brother.
New Sniper's Eye View At The Sixth Floor MuseumThe Sixth Floor Museum in Dallas has installed a live high definition webcam which allows viewers to see what alleged JFK-assassin Lee Harvey Oswald saw in 1963.
Candles For The Life Of JFK Hero DPD Officer J.D. Tippit Among the commemorations in Dallas on Friday there was a special remembrance held for J.D. Tippit. He was the Dallas police officer who was Lee Harvey Oswald’s second victim on this day 50 years ago.
JFK 50: How November 22nd Changed DallasFor one day at the Texas Theatre it is as if nothing has changed in 50 years. Moviegoers can buy a ticket for 90-cents and watch the same movie, “War is Hell”, as those unsuspecting witnesses did in 1963.
Reporter Blames JFK Chaos On "Wannabes"On the day that President Kennedy was assassinated, 50 years ago in downtown Dallas, Hugh Aynesworth was a 32-year-old reporter. But he was there only as a spectator.