Cleaner Streets Coming To Fort WorthThe city bought more fuel-efficient sweepers and found staffing from people already working at garbage drop-off points.
Local Artist Calls Out Litter BugsLuis Collie has been hanging his latest “art” pieces at some of the busiest intersections in Oak Cliff for the past few weeks.
TxDOT Celebrates 30 Years Of Don't Mess With TexasTxDOT is celebrating the 30th anniversary of “Don’t mess with Texas” (DMWT) with the help of some notable musicians this month.
"Don't Mess With Texas" Campaign Marks 30 YearsThe "Don't Mess With Texas" anti-litter campaign has been around for 30 years. TxDOT on Wednesday marked the slogan's anniversary with plans to display trash picked up along highways.
Dallas Bag Fees Go Into Effect Amidst Some ConfusionThe question in Dallas is no longer simply paper or plastic. Starting Thursday for every single-use bag, both plastic and paper, customers will be charged a five-cent environmental fee.
Keep Texas BeautifulKeep Texas Beautiful is a statewide nonprofit dedicated to beautifying and improving community environments through programming and education.
Thousands Volunteer For Annual Fort Worth CleanupPitching in for picking up. Approximately 5,000 volunteers participated in Fort Worth's 29th Annual Cowtown Great American Cleanup on Saturday.
Two Litters Of Cheetah Cubs Born At Fossil Rim Wildlife CenterThe Fossil Rim Wildlife Center in North Texas announced Friday that three cubs were born last month and another five were born Nov. 6.
'Don't Mess With Texas' Credited For Less LitterStevie Ray Vaughan first introduced the "Don't mess with Texas" campaign in 1986. Twenty-seven years later, it's still working.
Leaders Celebrate Demolition Of 250th "Blighted Structure"As a part of Dallas Mayor mike Rawlings’s Grow South initiative another “blighted structure” in the city was torn down today. Thursday’s knockdown was the 250th house demolition by the city.
Litter Bag Contest Ushers In 25 Years Of 'Don't Mess With Texas' CampaignTexas is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Don't Mess With Texas campaign with a litter bag contest. TxDOT wants Texas residents to go online and vote for one of 10 specially designed litter bags.