Retrial Ordered In Greece Over Beating Death Of Texas TouristA prosecutor in Greece has ordered the retrial of seven suspects on murder charges over the fatal beating of Texan tourist Bakari Henderson last year.
Ones For Texas: Andy ArnoldA young North Texas entrepreneur is getting into the furniture making business, working out of his parent's garage.
Pastor: Victim Put In Prayer Request For Alleged Killer Days Before Her MurderFriends and family members of Donna Alexander shared stories about how she so generously gave to organizations that helped victims of domestic violence, during a candlelight vigil Monday night.
Fort Worth Man Opens Mobile Coffee Shop On Tricycle"They call me the pedalista barista," said Stuart Reed, 28.
North Texas Inventor The Brain Behind 'Bunch-O-Balloons'Crowdfunding provided that big break for Josh Malone. He was able to raise $920,000 with a Kickstarter campaign and that caught the attention of toy manufacturers.
1 Jailed, 2 Out On Bail For Beating Death Of Texas TouristFour of nine men charged in the beating death of a 22-year-old Texas tourist outside a bar on a Greek island have appeared in court for initial testimony.
Friends Say Texan Killed In Greece Was Easygoing, Fun-LovingA 22-year-old Texas man who was beaten to death at a bar on a Greek island recently graduated from college and was known to his friends for his fun-loving and friendly demeanor.
Dallas Plans To Help Businesses In Fair ParkThe city is working with a non-profit group to launch a new entrepreneur center in the area later this year.
Edible Bugs Become Local Entrepreneur's Bread & ButterAnything scary, gory and gross is in big demand during this time of the year. Now, add bugs to that list. Edible ones.
Clinton To Offer Debt Forgiveness To Young EntrepreneursHillary Clinton will propose allowing entrepreneurs to defer making student loan payments, as part of a technology agenda she plans to introduce on Tuesday.
Growth Of Women-Owned Businesses In Dallas Outpacing NationWomen-owned businesses in Dallas grew by 58 percent during the past five years, more than twice the national average.