This weekend, a dozen other students from Dallas International School will take a special field trip like none other.
A nonprofit highway industry group says its study found decaying Texas roads are costing motorists more than $23 billion a year.
The Oasis Church is in Saginaw, north of Fort Worth. But early Friday the congregation gathered and waited anxiously in the pews to finish a journey 1,400 miles away.
Junior Garcia was carrying a 12-foot cross along I-30 in Fort Worth and Arlington Thursday afternoon. He was hard to miss.
A merger between US Airways and American Airlines may end up giving you more space to breathe on your flights, but you’ll probably have to pay for it. Travel experts Friday said American’s future could affect everything from fares to flight routes, depending on the final outcome.
Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport cancelled 52 aircraft departures for Saturday, almost all due to the impact of Hurricane Irene along the East Coast.
By the time Irene roared across the Bahamas, Aidan O’Hare was safely in Plano, along with more than 400 of his company’s employees. “I’m glad we got out,” he said.
Glen Mattioli is a University of Texas at Arlington Geology Professor. He says given his chosen profession, people ask him all the time if a big quake could shake North Texas. Especially on days like Tuesday.
On Sunday, supporters will meet to rally around and defend Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price, who is the subject of a large-scale, oft-publicized probe by the FBI. Storied author and professor Dr. Eric Michael Dyson will give the keynote speech. We spoke to him about his message during the event.
While America does love its movies about sexy bank robbers knocking off banks and street-racers smashing up cop cars, there’s still always an audience for a good patriotic movie. Whether it’s about the US of […]
Remember the same sex couple from Dallas who Skyped their wedding ceremony last month to make it legal? Though the dust is barely off the “I do’s,” the Marriage Bureau has weighed in with a “No, you don’t.”
When Mark Reed and Dante Walkup tied the knot last month in Texas, they found a loophole and made it legal. While their boots were firmly planted at the “W” hotel in Dallas, an officiate in the District of Columbia legalized their union through SKYPE.