Letter Carrier Fired And Facing Charges After Dumping MailA Dallas letter carrier is out of a job and faces potential criminal charges after he or she is accused of dumping dozens of letters into a wooded area.
Oak Cliff Neighborhood Fed Up With Tailgate Thefts"It’s incredibly frustrating," said Carla Adkins. "It has been anything but quiet around here."
East Oak Cliff Neighborhood To Be RevitalizedThe dirt is moving once again in a virtually abandoned East Oak Cliff neighborhood. The historic “Bottom” neighborhood is being revitalized as part of an effort to breathe new life into South Dallas.
Spinster Records Celebrates The Culture Of Oak CliffEdie Brickell, Stevie Ray Vaughn, B.W. Stevenson and Ray Wylie Hubbard are just a few of artists that have called Oak Cliff home over the years.
Remembering Oak Cliff's Pride And Joy, Stevie Ray VaughanMany famous people have roots in Oak Cliff.....none more so than the late blues-rock guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan.
Oak Cliff Sculpture Is First Of ManyExpressing love and respect through art...and giving Dallas ISD students a future in the art world.
Oak Cliff's Stevens Park Golf CourseYou can't talk much about north Oak Cliff without mentioning one of the staples of the community.
The Oak Cliff Neighborhood Of WynnewoodOne of the first welcome mats to Oak Cliff neighborhoods is Kessler Park. Nice place if you can afford it. But just to the south there is another proud neighborhood founded on a dream and populated by dreamers after WWII.
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.
Oak Cliff's High Tech StreetcarFrom the 1870s into the 1950s Dallas had a street car that connected downtown and Oak Cliff
The Oak Cliff PelicansA man's love for baseball, and his neighborhood, brings the Pelicans to Oak Cliff.
Oak Cliff's Bishop Arts DistrictEven in the middle of our interview, Melody Ginn of The Laughing Willow takes the time to greet customers walking into the larger space they occupied for a little over a year now.