Hundreds of North Texans spent their Christmas watching “The Interview.” The Texas Theatre in Dallas was packed.
About 45 minutes after President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in downtown Dallas, Officer J.D. Tippit was on patrol in Oak Cliff. He slowed down as he saw a man who met the vague description of the shooting suspect walking down the street.
One of the darkest days in North Texas history happened 49 years ago today. And as the mid-century mark edges closer, the city of Dallas is already planning how to commemorate the event.
Austin Jackson hit an inside-the-park home run and a triple and the Detroit Tigers beat the AL West-leading Texas Rangers 6-2 on Friday night.
The teams involved in the competition have exactly 48 hours to write, cast, direct, produce, edit and deliver a 4-7 minute long film.
One of the darkest days in North Texas history happened 48 years ago today. The motorcade was nearing the end of the of the parade route through downtown Dallas when those infamous shots rang out from what was then the Texas School Book depository. President Kennedy and Texas governor John Connally had been shot.
Dallas Police Chief David Brown next week will honor the man who discovered the body of slain police officer J.D. Tippit and reported it just 45 minutes after President John F. Kennedy was assassinated.
An iconic North Texas building is getting a new lease on life.
The Texas Theatre was showing the movie “War is Hell” when Lee Harvey Oswald ran inside — without buying a ticket. Today, there are new plans for the Texas Theatre on Jefferson Boulevard.