Meatless 'McPlant Burger' Coming To North TexasThe McPlant is made from peas, rice and potatoes, among other ingredients.
Ford Recalling 200K Cars For Problem That Can Keep Brake Lights OnThe Ford Motor Company is recalling some 200,000 cars in Texas and across the U.S. to fix a problem that can stop the brake lights from turning off.
American, Southwest, Other Airlines Warn Of Chaos From Imminent Verizon, AT&T 5G RolloutThe chief executives of American, Southwest and other US airlines warned of a "catastrophic disruption" to travel and shipping operations if companies roll out their 5G technology as planned Wednesday.
It Was Demolished After Being Damaged In A 2019 Tornado, But Today Fish City Grill ReopensFish City Grill, at Preston Road and Royal Lane in Dallas, is finally reopening. It's a story of recovery after the restaurant sustained major damage during a 2019 tornado outbreak.
Senate Votes Down Ted Cruz's Bill To Impose Sanctions Over Nord Stream PipelineThe Senate on January 13 voted down legislation from Sen. Ted Cruz to sanction entities associated with Russia's controversial Nord Stream 2 pipeline.
Return Of Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo Means Boost For Nearby BusinessesLocal businesses are looking forward to the return of the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo, which begins tomorrow, and the boost it brings.
Governors' Split On Business Vaccine Mandates Highlights Changing GOP BaseAs the US enters year three of a global pandemic, many businesses have sought to contain damage by imposing rules to keep their companies running. The response has varied.
Dallas County Tax Office Closed To Public For Face-To-Face Transactions Until Further Notice Citing the "public health's interest," the Dallas County Tax Office will close on Jan. 11 for face-to face transactions until further notice.
Restaurants & Bars Hampered By COVID-19 Sickening Workers, Even Closing For Several WeeksRestaurants and bars have struggled during the pandemic as shutdowns and lack of customers have hampered their operations.
Restaurants Already Strained By Staffing Crisis Hit By COVID-19 And FluThe Texas Restaurant Association reports businesses are struggling to rebuild staff after shutting down at the start of the pandemic to stop spread of the virus.
Dallas Walmart Temporarily Closing For Cleaning As New COVID Cases SurgeA Dallas Walmart is closing temporarily for cleaning until after the New Year as new COVID-19 cases surge thanks to omicron.
Apple Closing Some Stores To Shoppers After Spike In New COVID CasesApple is temporarily shutting down some stores to in-person shoppers, again.
Days After DC Senate Hearing, Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly Tests Positive For COVID-19Officials with Dallas-based Southwest Airlines have confirmed that company CEO Gary Kelly has tested positive for COVID-19.
Massive Expansion In Downtown Arlington's Urban Union District BeginsThe latest expansion of downtown Arlington's Urban Union district is getting underway with an afternoon groundbreaking.
US Dept. Of Labor: Garland Home Healthcare Agencies Failed To Pay $1.2M In WagesA recent federal investigation found that the operators of two Garland home care agencies underpaid workers in violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act.