Dallas ISD Superintendent Dr. Michael Hinojosa shared some of the district’s achievements for the year and talked about focusing on the future in his annual “State of the District” address.
Amazon is expanding in North Texas by building a new distribution center in Forney.
After a girl left her longtime Winnie-the-Pooh stuffed animal on a flight, Southwest Airlines came to the rescue.
The council is looking at several ideas including creating parking corrals, limiting hours you can ride and having "no ride zones" in popular areas like Deep Ellum.
Dallas County inmates will now pay the second lowest fee in the nation to make phone calls from jail.
Disney has announced plans to launch princess-inspired wedding dresses.
An American Airlines worker is fighting for his job back. He says he switched to the popular Keto diet and that it ended up costing him his job.
Dallas ISD’s finances are getting attention after the district’s chief auditor publicly criticized the board for seeking an outside review of his work, then abruptly resigned.
The mandatory searches, including waiting time for a supervisor to conduct the probe, typically take 5 to 20 minutes and sometimes up to 45 minutes.
Two Dallas officers were injured in a crash late Thursday.
An American Airlines passenger has called out the carrier and its employees for failing to act when a man seated behind her during a recent flight allegedly kept punching the top of her seat, an attack she’s since described as an "assault."
The former Dallas police officer who shot and killed a woman was found not guilty of charges related to her death.
Southwest Airlines is bowing to reality and removing the grounded Boeing 737 Max from its schedule even longer -- another two months, until Aug. 10.
Jury deliberations were cut short Wednesday in the aggravated assault trial for a former Dallas police officer.
Tonya McClary was chosen after a months-long search and starts work later this month. She believes the climate is ripe for change and people recognize something needs to happen and she hopes to be that solution.
The chief internal auditor for Dallas ISD is accusing administrators of trying to cover up wrongdoing and brought his concerns to the school board on Tuesday.
A jury began deliberating Tuesday afternoon the guilt or innocence of former Dallas police officer Christopher Hess for the fatal shooting of a driver.
A day after a man was killed during an illegal stunt driving incident, the Dallas City Council told police to get a better handle on street racing and similar dangerous activity.
Hess’ attorneys are trying to convince the jury that the former officer used reasonable force with testimony from other officers at the scene that night.
The people opposed to the $10 million dollar deal argue that the way the city turned over a public park to private hands violates the law.