Former Irving Police Chief And Councilman Cannaday Passes AwayThe Irving Police Department announced Thursday night former Irving Chief of Police Lowell Cannaday passed away at home earlier in the day. He was 81.
Company Not Affiliated With Irving Is Using Its Logo, City SaysThe City of Irving is warning taxpayers their government has nothing to do with an Irving Storm Damage Recovery and Relief Program, despite the fact the company is using the city's logo.
Irving Police Seek Thieves Who Stole Wooden Eagle From Campion Trail Yellow, painted wooden claws are all that remain of a beloved eagle statue enjoyed by many who walk Campion Trail.
Music Factory At Las Colinas Set To Open By Labor DayCBS 11 went on a hard hat tour of the facility still under construction.
Irving Had Banner Year For GrowthThousands of new jobs, $800 million in building construction and 600 new home permits has the City of Irving calling 2016 a banner year for expansion and growth.
Apartment Residents Upset Over City's Refusal To Make For Flood DamageA week after a water main break flooded Irving residents living in the Newport Apartment are still cleaning up.
City Of Irving Denying Damage Claims From Water Main BreakThe city cites a law from the 1920s claiming immunity in paying the claims.
Broken Water Main, Not Rain, Causes Flood In IrvingTwo million gallons of water came rushing in - at times two to three feet high.
Cities Break Ground On MacArthur Boulevard Widening, Improvements The renovation will widen MacArthur from a 2-lane asphalt roadway to a 4-lane divided concrete thoroughfare from Interstate 30 to north of the Trinity River.
Irving Reports 11th Consecutive Year In Crime Rate ReductionThe overall crime rate went down by 6.6% comparing Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) data between calendar years 2014 and 2015, according to the Irving Police Department.
Autistic 6-Year-Old Achieves Goal Of Leading Pledge Of AllegianceIn this age of electronic communication some of us may forget how delightful a human voice can sound. But that luxury and gift is something a little boy from Irving doesn’t take for granted.
Irving Homeowners Think Earthquakes, Not Rain, Caused LandslideThe city says the landslide is not earthquake-related. "It’s a slope failure caused by excessive rainfall.”
Ground Broken On Mixed-Use Development In Las Colinas“The urban center will be transformed by the addition of the Gables Water Street project..." says Irving Mayor Beth Van Duyne.
Irving July 4th Celebration Includes -- Fireworks, Debris & SewageThe City of Irving will balance water pollution and fireworks for Saturday's July 4th celebration... and it's all about Lake Carolyn.
Irving City Council Passes Resolution Prohibiting Foreign LawDozens of Muslims in Irving are upset after the city council passed a resolution in support of a new state house bill some Muslims believe targets their faith.