The Dallas Arboretum is hoping spicy food and some great deals will bring more people to the gardens in the Texas heat.
Many high school athletes use their sport to earn a scholarship. That was a struggle for some last year who couldn’t always get on the field because of COVID-19. This year, there’s still plenty of uncertainty as to what the season will look like.
Premium tickets are $24. For that price, you can visit the fair any day between Sept. 24 and Oct. 17. Premium tickets are limited.
The study found people with mild to moderate illness who get the monoclonal antibody treatment early have very good outcomes when it comes to battling COVID-19.
One homebuilder immediately beefed up his cameras after a theft at his West Dallas home site Friday morning, but he was targeted again that night. Then it happened a third time. And when he went to lunch, it happened a fourth time. Little did the thief know that the cameras were rolling.
The superintendent says it will be challenging getting all students to return, but he says he feels hopeful the students will get caught up and back on track. He says the new teachers will be a part of the process moving forward.
Dallas Startup Week brings together entrepreneurs to exchange ideas, collaborate and grow their businesses.
All of the school districts have outlined processes and protocols to try and maintain a safe and healthy environment for all staff and students.
When Dallas County increased its COVID-19 risk level to orange, Administrative District Judge Maricela Moore said that triggered her decision to put in this mask mandate at Dallas County courthouses.
Heavy rain and hail were reported in parts of Dallas and Tarrant counties from the storms Sunday afternoon.
A man who had been shot multiple times in Dallas was involved in a crash early Saturday morning, before being pronounced dead.
Three people were killed and two others were injured after a fiery wreck overnight Friday in Dallas.
Some vaccination and mask mandates are now being issued for employees across the country, and right here in North Texas.
At the onset of the pandemic, most of the recipients were unemployed due to countless layoffs and furloughs. Now, many of those same folks have returned to work but still need help as they try and get back on their feet.
Baylor Scott & White Health has sued a Dallas doctor, who is a COVID-19 vaccine skeptic, after he reportedly continued to use an affiliation with Baylor Health in interviews and publications, even though he was no longer employed by them.
After months of reports about continual backlogs, the director over Dallas' building permit office is being re-assigned and two other leaders announced their retirements.
Methodist Health System is requiring all of its workforce to get the COVID-19 vaccine, but it is also giving its employees a $500 bonus for being vaccinated.
Dallas police arrested a man they said shot at an officer who was working security for a grocery store.
A Dallas police officer is under investigation because of a video that shows him repeatedly punching a man while trying to break up a fight in Deep Ellum earlier this month.
A patient went on a joyride and even picked up his brother at a Dallas apartment after stealing an ambulance from a Plano hospital.