North Texas Cities Have Differing Plans For Reopening Recreational Areas On FridayAs businesses get ready to reopen their doors Friday, cities throughout North Texas have varying plans when it comes to reopening their recreational areas.
Coronavirus In Texas: Wearing Masks, Hikers Hit Trails As Texas Starts ReopeningAbout 120 people on Monday made reservations to be the first back in Enchanted Rock State Natural Area in the Texas Hill Country.
Restrictions And Complications As Texas State Parks Begin To ReopenThe state of Texas is taking its first step toward reopening during the novel coronavirus crisis. It began over the weekend with state parks... but there have been complications.
Dallas Mayor Begs Residents To 'Please Keep Your Distance' When In Parks And On City TrailsAs the number of positive COVID-19 cases grows, the City of Dallas is enacting a new set of regulations requiring hospitals to give leaders daily reports regarding ventilator and hospital bed capacity.
Street Improvements Big Part Of Arlington's Call For $189M Bond ElectionThe Arlington City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved placing the bond program on the November 6 ballot.
Visit To Fort Worth Botanic Garden May Not Be Free Much LongerA task force is recommending admission fees as a way to recoup maintenance costs.
Mayor ProTem Accused Of Stealing Gift Cards From Parks & RecA Dallas County grand jury has charged Farmers Branch Mayor ProTem Jeff Fuller with theft. The indictment accuses Fuller of stealing between $500 and $1500.
Complete Golden Globe Nominations ListThe nominations for the 71st annual Golden Globe Awards were announced on Thursday morning, with "American Hustle" and "12 Years a Slave" earning seven nods each.
Keller To Begin Collecting Fees For City Field UseYouth sports organizations in Keller will start collecting a new $30 fee from non-residents by this fall.
North Texas City Offers Free Trees To Tornado VictimsThere’s no question the tornadoes that tore across North Texas the first week of April left a path of destruction. Now, one North Texas city is lending a helping hand to residents that lost so much.
Cotton Bowl Up For $25 Million Of RenovationsOn Monday, the City Council is being briefed on a $25 million facelift that officials hope will keep the landmark Red River Rivalry game at the historic Fair Park stadium until at least 2020.