Pecan Trees Laid The Foundation For ShermanSherman came to life around the sprawling branches of a pecan tree ... once the city arrived.
General Sidney ShermanGeneral Sidney Sherman wasn't from Texas.
Hagerman National Wildlife RefugeDrive about 20 miles northwest of Sherman and you can experience the Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge.
KRLD's 'Your Hometown' Spotlights ShermanNews Radio 1080 KRLD spotlights the city of Sherman Friday, October 20th with our hometown news coverage.
Mesquite Train RobberiesMesquite was established in 1873. Five years later ... It had its first train robbery, downtown.
Ventriloquist Terry Fator Discusses Mesquite Roots With KRLDNorth Texas Native Terry Fator is a master ventriloquist who is also one of the highest-paid entertainers in Las Vegas...and lived in Mesquite!
The World Famous Mesquite RodeoYou can't even begin to talk about Mesquite without mentioning the world famous Mesquite Rodeo. KRLD's Austin York takes a look at the bulls, blood, sweat and tears that put the city on the map.
Mesquite's Freedom ParkIt's only fitting that a town named after a hardy tree would be home to a twisted piece of steel that withstood so much.
Arts Center A Hidden Gem In MesquiteIf you enjoy great live music but don't want to pay for it ... There is place in Mesquite you need to check out!
Football Coach Looks Back On Long Career At Mesquite HSFor 28 years, Robbie Robinson roamed the sidelines for the Mesquite High School football team. Now he's calling it a career.
Catch Exciting Racing Action At Devil's Bowl SpeedwayFor more than 50 years, Devil's Bowl Speedway has been thrilling race fans from all over the Metroplex.
KEOM Trains Broadcast Personalities Of TomorrowMesquite ISD is training the broadcast professionals of tomorrow at its district-owned, student-run radio station, KEOM.
KRLD 'Your Hometown' Spotlights MesquiteNews Radio 1080 KRLD spotlights the city of Mesquite Friday, June 9th with our hometown news coverage.
Remembering Oak Cliff's Pride And Joy, Stevie Ray VaughanMany famous people have roots in Oak Cliff.....none more so than the late blues-rock guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan.
Oak Cliff Sculpture Is First Of ManyExpressing love and respect through art...and giving Dallas ISD students a future in the art world.