Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge

Treats at Kate Weiser Chocolate in Trinity Groves. (credit: CBS 11 News/Jennifer Lindgren)

Trinity Groves No Longer Just A Destination For Dining

No longer just a dining destination in west Dallas, retail shops are coming to Trinity Groves too. The first boutique opened Tuesday, marking the next step for developers helping to nurture North Texas entrepreneurs.


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Hunt Hill Bridge Open Again, After Falling Ice Shuts It Down

The Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge is shut down in both directions because of falling ice.

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For 83 years, the Continental Avenue Bridge was a main corridor into downtown Dallas. (credit:

Dallas Revamps Continental Avenue Bridge

For 83 years, the Continental Avenue Bridge has been a main corridor into downtown, but Monday, it will close to traffic to eventually re-open with a new identity.


The Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in Dallas, as designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava.

Lane Closures Along Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge

Drivers traveling in and out of downtown Dallas could face detours this week, because inspectors are taking a really close look at the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge.


Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Photo by CBS 11

Inspections To Close Lanes On Large Marge

Drivers can expect delays this week when TxDOT performs routine inspections of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge.


The Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in Dallas. (credit: Jay Gormley/CBS 11 News)

Dallas Accepts Donation For Second Downtown ‘Signature Bridge’

The Dallas City Council accepted a major donation towards creation of a bicycle and pedestrian bridge by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, to go along with the Margaret Hunt Hill bridge.


The Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in Dallas, as designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava.

Big Investments Happening Near Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge

The gateway connecting downtown with west Dallas, the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, has been open to traffic for nearly six months and some people say it’s changed the landscape in more ways than one.


The unveiling of the new Perot Museum of Nature and Science logo on May 31, 2012. (Credit: L.P. Phillips/1080 KRLD)

Perot Museum Officials Unveil New Logo, Opening Date

Good weather and an accelerated construction schedule have pushed up the opening date for the new Perot Museum of Nature and Science downtown, officials said Thursday.


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Dallas Boosting Development With Tax Increment Financing

Dallas City Hall thinks taxpayer financing for property owners near the American Airlines Center will be a good deal—not just for those property owners, but for taxpayers and for small businesses across the Trinity River.



Senior Citizen Turns To Social Media In Dallas Gas Drilling Fight

The city of Dallas is still weeks away from having the council formally set guidelines for gas drilling inside city limits. But a senior citizen who is unusually social media savvy is among a group of concerned people lobbying the city to take a conservative approach.


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Eye On Traffic: March 31 – April 6

Check out how North Texas road construction is expected to impact your weekend and your daily commute next week.


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First Of The Dallas “Calatrava” Bridges Opens To Traffic

It’s been touted as a gateway to West Dallas, and now it’s open. The Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, the first of the “signature bridges” by famed Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, is a reality.