'It Was Coming Straight At Us': Some Louisianans Head To North Texas To Escape Hurricane Ida“A [category] one, we were gonna stay. A two, we were going to stay. But a three? We’re going to go,” said Kenn Barnes Jr., a New Orleans resident now in Dallas.
It's Not Just Home Prices; Rent In DFW Is Also Going UpA rental listings site Zumper found rents in Irving rose by more than 5% between May and June, the highest in the country.
Parts Of DFW Area Hit With Hail Wednesday NightThere have been no reports of serious damage from the hail in the DFW area.
Single Digit Temps Expected; Could Be Coldest Valentine's Day Ever In DFWIt’s been a tough 24 hours with the weather turning bitterly cold and ice accumulating across parts of North and Central Texas.
Decatur Police First In DFW Area To Use Gun Cameras"There is no thinking involved in this," Capt. Delvon Campbell said as he demonstrated the device. "As soon as they pull it, it's turned on and activated."
Now Hiring: Tractor Supply Looking To Add Thousands Of Workers"They're permanent positions for store manager, assistant store manager, team lead, receiver and team member..."
DFW Hits At Least 95 Degrees For 16th Day In A Row In September For First Time EverIt is now the 4th hottest start to September on record in the DFW area.
70+ DFW Schools May Be Vulnerable To Measles Outbreak Based On Low Vaccine RatesIn the past five years, the vaccine exemption rates have more than double in Dallas and Tarrant Counties.
Struggling Luby's Selling Some PropertiesLuby's operates 147 restaurants across the country, including 84 Luby's Cafeterias, 61 Fuddruckers and two Cheeseburger in Paradise restaurants.
What's The Impact In DFW If Federal Government Shuts Down?If you're out of a job or collect unemployment from the Texas Workforce Commission, you may feel the brunt if the federal government shuts down.
Top 5 Changes Coming To DFW In The Next 10 YearsBig changes are heading to North Texas in the next decade with the one constant being a boom in population.
Rising Home Prices Putting American Dream On HoldA new report from the Dallas Federal Reserve says just half of the homes sold in Dallas-Fort Worth during the first quarter would be considered ‘affordable’ for median income families— about $61,600.