The eyes of college basketball lovers will be on North Texas this weekend as the NCAA brings its Final Four Tournament to AT&T Stadium in Arlington. Preparations are underway across the region, including Dallas.
It’s been closed nearly six years, but now the observation deck in the ball atop Reunion Tower is ready for the public. The iconic landmark reopens this Saturday, and CBS 11 News got a sneak peek on Thursday.
The NCAA college basketball season may be finished, but the road to the Final Four is not slowing down for organizers in Arlington.
The face of the Dallas Mavericks laughed, sang and even seemed to tear up. For Dirk Nowitzki, the only thing that could come close to being an NBA champion for the first time was celebrating it with the fans in his adopted hometown of Dallas.
For the past 27 years, Lt. Barry Payne of the Dallas Police Department has watched over Mavericks’ games and Mavericks’ fans. The veteran officer walked the beat for the final time during game five of the NBA Finals.
It was one of Conrad Hilton’s earliest and most prized successes: The Statler Hilton Hotel, long a landmark on Commerce Street at the eastern end of Downtown Dallas.
The Dallas City Council was briefed on the ambitious Dallas Downtown 360 Plan at Wednesday’s council briefing.