Just hours before former Cowboys star Deion Sanders was scheduled to appear at a local charity event there was divorce-related drama in his home.
A man about to stand trial for running over a woman in a parking lot pleaded guilty to murder on Monday.
American Airlines argued before a federal bankruptcy judge Monday that its union contracts must be changed to make the company financially stable.
Ivan Rodriguez is back in Texas again. This time, the 14-time All-Star catcher is retiring.
Homeowners in Arlington are busy rebuilding and the trees taken down by the tornadoes have been reduced to mulch.
Clarice Tinsley?s Hometown Heroes this week are gearing up for big sale that promises designer items at up to 80 percent off.
David Ickert, vice president of finance for Air Tractor, talks about how the U.S. Export-Import Bank has benefitted his business.
On Thursday, the city of Dallas' Fair Housing Office released a presentation outlining it's specific policies regarding dress codes and other means of potential discrimination at bars, restaurants and other public accommodations.
Dallas County Commissioner Clay Jenkins announced Thursday that Dallas County will not be housing any unaccompanied migrant children, as he said it would at the beginning of July.
It seems we can expect great things from Gavin Delahunty. Just two months into his tenure as the Hoffman Family senior curator of contemporary art, he's making huge strides to bolster the Dallas Museum of Art's interest in modern art.
The first sight at the Dallas Animal Services shelter is a group of kittens tumbling on each other as they play in a plate glass cage.
Of course, city dwellers, tourists and others don't know that. And for those pedestrians, especially around popular spots, pecking at the little buttons is like pushing an already lit elevator switch.