State Fair Of Texas
It was bound to happen. Someone held a funeral for Big Tex. The Golden Gate funeral home in Dallas called it “a living funeral,” like saying final goodbyes to someone. But, not really.
The State Fair of Texas — marked this year by the loss of the towering Big Tex in a fire — may surpass the all-time high spent in previous years on food and amusement rides.
Paige Gomez was trying to conquer her fear of heights when she got on the Stratosphere at the State Fair of Texas on Friday.
Friday’s fire that destroyed Big Tex, the 60-year-old face of the State Fair of Texas, quickly became international news. Here is a recap of all of CBSDFW.com’s stories on the iconic cowboy.
Big Tex wasn’t always Big Tex. He got his big start as “Big Santa” in Kerens, Texas November of 1949.
An already rough day at the State Fair of Texas wnds with riders having to be rescued off one of the tallest portable rides at Fair Park.
He was an image bigger than life, much like the state that gave him his name. He was big, he was loud, he was flamboyant and his beauty was questioned by many.
Those attending the State Fair of Texas on Friday morning got more than they bargained for as the iconic character Big Tex went up in flames.
From the final weekend of the State Fair of Texas to a comic convention featuring Stan Lee, there are plenty of events happening across North Texas.
Check out this award-winning State Fair of Texas recipe for Cabot Cheeseburger Bites.
The Cotton Bowl at Dallas Fair Park hosted the annual Red River Rivalry Saturday between the Universities of Oklahoma and Texas.
About 25 million Americans suffer from asthma, and six out of 10 people with asthma actually have allergic asthma. Dr. Travis Stork from “The Doctors” talks about this condition.