Resident: Knox Henderson Development 'Too Much Stuff On A Small Lot'Dallas City Council on Wednesday could decide the fate of a newly proposed development that would bring new office space, restaurants and shops to the Knox/Henderson area.
Apartment Development Nixed In HurstThe Hurst City Council unanimously voted down a proposed zoning change Tuesday night that would have allowed a new apartment complex, opposed by many of its neighbors.
Homeowners Furious Over 'Stealth Dorm' Near TCUZoning for two of the streets closest to TCU still allow buildings for more than one family.
Fort Worth's Fairmount Historic District Just Got A Little GreenerSome much needed green space is coming to a historic Fort Worth neighborhood.
Sources: FBI Making Inquiries Into Richardson Mayor, DeveloperCBS 11 News has learned an popular zoning change that sparked a firestorm of controversy in Richardson is attracting the feds.
Council Hopes Rezoning Will Breathe Life Into Fort Worth StockyardsThe Fort Worth City Council voted to change zoning around the historic Stockyards to permit mixed-use development.
Frisco Homeowners Fighting New Wal-MartResidents of Cobb Hill in North Frisco are fighting to keep a potential neighbor out.
City Council To Have Final Vote On Glen Garden Country Club The fate of Glen Garden Country Club is still unknown after an emotional fight over a zoning change request, which would allow a whiskey distillery to be built on that land.
Park Cities Residents Prepare For High-Rise Apartment FightThere are concerns about congestion and larger crowds near the Park Cities in Dallas, because of a proposed new high-rise apartment building. Developers want to build the new 29-story tall building near Northwest Highway and the Dallas North Tollway.
Some Frisco Parents Upset Over New School BoundariesOne subject that will bring the emotions of many a parent to a boil is -- school re-zoning. Changing a child’s school district is not what most parents want, but it was a topic on the table in Frisco Monday night.
Zoning Mistake Stops Property Owner From Opening BusinessHarold Hamilton's property is in the Stop Six neighborhood, an area in need of revitalization. Hamilton is hoping to open some doors of opportunity for his son.
Southlake City Council Approves Variance For Field LightsLighting at athletic fields in Southlake -- it’s been the topic of a months long, heated debate. Tuesday night, or rather early Wednesday morning, city leaders made a final decision.