DFW Moments: JFK Assassination Brings Darkness To Dallas HistoryPeople were anticipating a bright moment as President Kennedy's motorcade made its way into Dealey Plaza. When three shots rang out, hope faded into darkness.
Documents: FBI Informant Told Officials Jack Ruby Said To "Watch The Fireworks" Day JFK DiedAn FBI informant told officials that Jack Ruby, the man who eventually shot Lee Harvey Oswald, said to "watch the fireworks" on the day President John F. Kennedy was killed, according to new records the National Archives released Friday.
Exhibit Opens Saturday Honoring Dallas Officer Who Was Killed The Day Of JFK's AssassinationCity of Dallas archivist John Slate does not want anyone to forget Dallas police officer J.D. Tippit.
National Archives Release Some Long-Secret JFK FilesThe National Archives has released some of the long-secret records relating to the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
JFK Detective On File Release: 'People Are Going To Be Disappointed'Leavelle still does not think the release will reveal much about Oswald’s unexplained trip to Mexico City weeks before the assassination or any other secrets.
What Could Be In The Long-Secret JFK Files?The government is required by Thursday to release the final batch of files related to Kennedy's assassination in Dallas, Texas on Nov. 22, 1963.
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.

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