Their Gas Shut Off, Northeast Dallas Residents Mulling Over Leaving HomesOne week after a house explosion that killed a 12-year-old Dallas girl, nearby residents are still weighing whether to stay or leave while their gas is shut off.
Rookie Docs Can Work Longer, 24-Hour Shifts Under New RulesRookie doctors can work up to 24 hours straight under new work limits taking effect this summer — a move supporters say will enhance training and foes maintain will do just the opposite.
Frisco Development Booming, City's Population 150K+It’s been said that ‘location’ puts the ‘prime’ in prime real estate, and there’s no area hotter in North Texas right now than the 91 acre Frisco development that will be home to the Dallas Cowboys’ new training facility.
Collin County Residents Hope To Slam Brakes On Proposed Toll RoadHundreds of North Texas residents are worried a proposed toll road being reviewed for placement somewhere in the Blacklands Corridor, from Garland, into Rockwall, Collin and Hunt counties, could run through their neighborhood.
Sam's Club To Open In Uptown Despite Public OutcryDespite pubic outcry from residents, The Trammel Crow Company is building a Sam’s Club in Uptown.
Noisy Planes To Stop Flying Over Southlake SoonSouthlake residents will soon enjoy some much needed noise relief form planes flying over their city.
Fracking Blamed In Lawsuit Filed By Families In Johnson County
Visitors, Businesses And Residents Brace For West 7th St Closure Visitors, business owners and residents along West 7th Street are bracing for five months of traffic congestion, construction noise and delays. The 7th Street bridge will be closed until the fall.
Search For Answers In West, Texas Slowly ContinuesState and federal investigators continued to comb through the rubble in West Monday -- looking for clues to what touched off a massive explosion at a fertilizer plant last week. The blast killed 14 people and leveled dozens of homes.
Displaced West Residents Start To Go HomeWeary residents who were evacuated from their neighborhoods in West Wednesday evening were allowed back home Saturday. The long line of people snaked their way through the first loosening of check points in days. All had obtained a special mark on their cars to get in. Only homeowners who lived further away from the deadly blast site where a fertilizer plant blew up were allowed back. This is "Stage-1" of what has turned into a long week of loss, transition and ultimately hope for the small town.