Exploring The Sixth Floor MuseumThe Sixth Floor Museum in Dealey Plaza remains a top tourist destination 53 years after November 22nd 1963 in Dallas. JD Ryan is Around Town.
Surprise: You Don't Need A Car (Or Truck) To Enjoy DallasThose not wanting to endure what an can sometimes be a traffic headache now have a promising alternative - call it "Walking Dallas."
Welcome To Texas: Sixth Floor MuseumPeople still flock to the site at Dealey Plaza and to the Sixth Floor Museum to learn more about the moments that changed the course of American history.
Woman Seeks Return Of JFK Assassination FilmA woman has filed a federal lawsuit asking a federal agency to return a film shot by her grandfather that shows a portion of the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Events At Dealey Plaza Mark 52nd Anniversary Of JFK AssasinationIt's one of those moments where you remember where you were when you got the news.
I-Team: Where In North Texas You're Most Likely To Get A Parking TicketThe I-Team analyzed a year’s worth parking ticket data from Dallas and Fort Worth.
Dealey Plaza & Roads Closed Monday For "LBJ" FilmingThe Sixth Floor Museum will remain open.
Oswald’s Gravestone Returns To North Texas, “Where it belongs”The gravestone belonging to one of the most notorious killers in history has been returned to North Texas.
Gary Mack, Sixth Floor Museum Curator, Dead At 68The Sixth Floor Museum has announced Gary Mack, its curator and nationally respected expert on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, has died.
Photographers Who Covered JFK Donate Collections To Sixth Floor MuseumTwo photographers who covered the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963, have donated collections to The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza.
Sixth Floor Museum Celebrates 25 YearsThe Sixth Floor Museum in downtown Dallas, dedicated to JFK's legacy and assassination, has a year of special presentations planned in honor of its 25th year in operation.
Best Literary Landmarks In DFWFeaturing city hot spots, attractions or simply classic architecture, these popular sites across the DFW area have brought words to the tongues of some of the greatest.