North Texas City Among Those Vying For Preservation Project FundsA preservation group is inviting the public to vote on projects to improve a North Texas courthouse and other Main Streets across the U.S.
Homeless Man Arrested After Assaulting 2 Women With KnifePolice arrested a homeless man after they say he assaulted two women with a knife in downtown Dallas on Sunday.
Good Times Brewing At Main Street Fest In GrapevineGet ready for fun this weekend in Grapevine as the city celebrates Main Street Fest. There are plenty of attractions for all members of the family including shopping, rides and food!
'Main' Artery Through Euless To Reopen SoonThere is some hope for drivers in Euless who've been missing the main drag through town because of a massive road construction project that is overhauling miles of Hwy 183.
Federal Investigation Launched Into Downtown Dallas Gas Line FireThe Labor Department has launched an investigation into the striking of a gas line by and fire that forced an evacuation in downtown Dallas last Friday, March 10.
Police Release Sketch Of Deep Ellum Shooting SuspectAuthorities in Dallas are still searching for the suspect who shot Ochre House Theatre founder Matthew Posey as he and a friend were leaving the Cold Beer Company in Deep Ellum last month.
Foul Play Suspected As Cats Disappear In ArlingtonDozens of neighborhood cats have recently died or disappeared in downtown Arlington, and many business owners are turning to police for help because they suspect foul play.
Man Wanted For Shooting Victim Through DoorDallas Police are looking for a man they say shot someone in the shoulder inside a building in the 2800 block of Main Street early Wednesday morning.
Security Cameras Record Lewisville Jewelry Store BurglaryPolice in Lewisville are investigating a smash-and-grab burglary at a jewelry store early Wednesday morning. The whole thing was caught on tape by the store's surveillance cameras.
PUC Delays Decision On Frisco's Plan To Bury Power LinesAn agreement to bury some controversial power lines may not be enough for regulators.
State Officials To Consider Frisco's Plan To Bury Power LinesAfter years of fighting over power lines, it looks like a group of homeowners may get their way and have the lines buried rather than hanging overhead.
Fort Worth Holds 'Back The Blue' RallyThe City of Fort Worth is going blue on Monday as part of a national movement that is gaining a lot of momentum.