White Rock Lake
A controversial swath of North Texas black land prairie remains untouched by city of Dallas mowing crews on Monday.
There’s no question White Rock Lake in Dallas is a popular recreation spot. The question a lot of people are asking is whether or not it’s reached its full potential.
North Texas woke up soaked on Wednesday. Record-setting rainfall moved in overnight and continued well into the morning and afternoon, prompting flooded lakes and creeks.
An East Dallas hospital was briefly evacuated Saturday afternoon when an electric panel in the kitchen shorted out and caught fire.
As we quickly find ourselves in the throes of the summer heat here in Texas, many of us would love to get away to the lake.
The Lakewood area is home to more than just cute mid-century houses and “M” streets. It’s ripe with tons of historic and cultural charm.
Sometimes I feel like Dallas is just a maze of highways and skyscrapers. The Metroplex is a booming metropolis and it shows, but then I remember areas around town that actually resemble a place with culture, history, beauty, and community. One of these places that I have grown to love is the White Rock Lake Area. Surrounded by lush landscape and outdoor activities galore, it is the perfect place to bring the family (and the dog!) or just to enjoy an afternoon with friends.
He’s hasn’t been driving for very long, is an aspiring meteorologist, and is now running for the Dallas City Council. That’s right – 17-year-old Robert Foster has thrown his hat in the ring for the District 9 seat.
Donna Doherty was running varsity track in high school when she was diagnosed with diabetes.
Speed limits are still on the table as the city of Dallas looks at possible ways to make running and biking trails safer.