Council Member Jennifer Staubach Gates Easily Wins Re-Election By Defeating Former Mayor Laura Miller For District 13 SeatWith 45 of 47 precincts reporting (96 percent), incumbent Dallas City Council member Jennifer Staubach Gates leads former Dallas Mayor Laura Miller 66 to 34 percent and will be re-elected.
Former Mayor Challenges Incumbent Over Development In Dallas Council RaceWith election day on Saturday, records show incumbent Jennifer Staubach Gates has raised $147,954 while Laura Miller has $119,731 on hand.
Major Development Planned Around Frisco's Dr Pepper BallparkWhat will be called Roughrider Plaza will bring retail, offices and a hotel to undeveloped land around the ballpark, Stonebriar Centre and IKEA.
Buc-ee's Opens First Store Outside TexasA company known for its massive convenience stores has come to Alabama to open its first location outside of Texas.
Construction To Begin Soon On Next North Texas Buc-ee'sThe travel center coming to Ennis off I-45 is set to open in May 2020.
Watauga Residents Fight Off Massive Development PlanThe group who opposed the development said the plans would disrupt their quite community, which is mainly made up of single family homes.
Google Buys Land In North Texas For Data CenterGoogle has purchased 375 acres in Midlothian for a new data center.
Work Underway On Fort Worth's Next 'Hot' NeighborhoodTwo miles east of downtown, two blocks from Airport Freeway, and right off the Trinity River, the Six Points urban village has been positioned as ripe for redevelopment.
Redevelopment Of Old Valley View Mall In LimboThe wrecking ball took its first swing on redevelopment of the old Valley View Mall in North Dallas last summer. In its place was promised a 430-acre, $4 billion district with retail, housing, a hotel, and a sprawling park.
Apartment Battle Brewing In BedfordThere is growing concern among some residents in Bedford over a proposed apartment project that has been in the works for several years.
Frisco Named Second-Fastest Growing City In AmericaWithin a few years, parts of Frisco could be unrecognizable as more than $5 billion worth of development transforms the city.
Groundbreaking On Dallas Arts District DevelopmentA groundbreaking was held Friday for the new $250 million Hall Arts Hotel and Residences project. It's a part of a revitalization plan that the City of Dallas hopes will not only give a new look to the Dallas Arts District, but bring more people and money to the area.
University Park Residents Feel Mayor Should GoA University Park controversy just days away from a possible vote has become so heated that some say the mayor should go.
Home Value Increases In East Dallas May Push Residents OutGrowth in North Texas remains on a rapid pace but there's a view of that growth in old East Dallas that illustrates a change some residents embrace and others object to.
Demolition Underway At The Historic Fort Worth StockyardsDemolition at the Historic Fort Worth Stockyards got underway before sunrise. The tearing down and building up is all part of a multi-million dollar redevelopment project.