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.