Prosper's Crystal Lagoon Could Start A North Texas TrendThe lagoon stretches a quarter mile long, holding 10 million gallons of water. This color is achieved with a white lining reflecting the blue sky.
New Dallas Mayor, Council Cement Public Safety As Their Top PriorityAt a specially called meeting Monday morning, Dallas’ new Mayor and the City Council cemented public safety as their top priority.
Grand Prairie Police Chief Prepares To Say Goodbye To Fallen Officer AJ Castaneda: 'He Was A Good, Good Man'Chief Steve Dye said there are so many good things to say about Officer Castaneda, it will be difficult to keep his remarks brief.
The Power Of Community: Our Father's Children Helping The Smallest VictimsOur Father’s Children works to create positive, uplifting memories for children of abuse and neglect. Learn how you can help.
North Texas Family Hit Hard by Alzheimer'sMore support for Alzheimer's is on the way.
Fort Worth Swears In Interim Police Chief Ed KrausFort Worth’s new interim police chief is already making changes, and said he’s been told morale is on the uptick in the week since he took over for fired chief Joel Fitzgerald.
Horses Help Veterans 'Be At Peace' With Civilian TransitionSince 2012, “Hooves for Heroes” has helped our military veterans with the transition to civilian life.
Tasty Food, Fun In Full-Swing At Historic Charles Schwab ChallengeThe Charles Schwab Challenge is about to kick off again on Thursday at the Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth.
Sustainable Living: How To Reduce Your Carbon FootprintHelping the environment by incorporating sustainability practices into your everyday routine could be easier than you think.
Dallas Offers Grant Dollars to Encourage Solutions to Food DesertsWith major grocery stores largely avoiding underserved areas, the city's Office of Economic Development has set aside $250,000 in grant money to encourage non-profits to sow solutions.
Officer Honors The Fallen By 'Walking With Purpose'The 20-year veteran of the department is walking for the fallen including David Sherrard, a Richardson police officer who was shot and killed while responding to a disturbance.
Dallas Expands Powers Of Police Oversight BoardThe Dallas City Council has expanded the powers of the independent panel that oversees city police and hears complaints about officer misconduct.
Spreading Kindness: 7th Grader Recognized For Epic Volunteer Effort Gathering School SuppliesA 7th grade student from Cleburne ISD made it her job this year to supply students and teachers with the tools they need to get through the school day.
Heroes Drive Garbage Trucks, Just Ask This 3-Year-OldFor a 3-year-old Garland boy, life just doesn't get any better than garbage trucks!
Entrepreneurs Compete For Votes And Cash In United Way Dallas’ Social Innovation CompetitionWe may be a few weeks away from election day, but voting has already started in United Way’s Social Innovation Competition.