New Year’s Eve

Dallas Man Shot & Killed In Front Of HomePolice in Dallas said that a 23-year-old man was shot and killed in front of his home after an apparent argument on New Year's Eve in the east Oak Cliff area.
Tasha's To Do List: New Year’s Eve 2014There are a number of events and parties designed to help you enjoy the New Year! KRLD's Tasha Stevens fills you in.
Uber Prices To Surge Again This New Year's EveThe ride-hailing app expects this New Year's Eve to be its busiest night ever. Due to high demand -- and because it can -- Uber is bringing back surge pricing.
Hating New Year's Eve With John OliverJohn Oliver explains why New Year's Eve is the worst holiday known to mankind. "The best thing you can do is avoid the whole evening," he says of the occasion.
Texas Experts Say Use Care With Holiday FireworksExperts say use care where and when setting off fireworks displays this Holiday season.
Best Holiday Destinations For SinglesThe best way to prevent a Blue Christmas is to visit one of the best holiday destinations in America for singles.
A History Of The Holidays From Thanksgiving To New Years'How many people actually know the history behind one of the most joyous seasons?
Fort Worth Throws 1st New Year's Eve PartyFor the first time, North Texas revelers rang in the new year in Fort Worth. Fireworks lit up the sky as the clock struck midnight, and many believe that the party was long overdue.
New Year's Events A 'Buffet' For The Flu VirusBig New Year’s events, local health officials warn, can be ideal places to catch the flu virus.
7.9 Million Texans To Travel Over HolidaysAAA Texas has predicted that 7.9 million people statewide will be traveling during the upcoming 12-day holiday period, starting Saturday and running through January 1.
Texas DPS Increasing Holiday PatrolsThe Texas DPS said that additional DWI patrols began Friday and will run through January 2. The period includes both the Christmas and New Year's Day holidays.
Drunk Drivers Also Put Police & First Responders At RiskIt appears a prominent push to keep drunk drivers off the roads, as the New Year rang in, may be paying off. While the final numbers aren’t in, some North Texas departments say their officers didn't see a big increase in New Year's intoxicated drivers.
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