The Dallas Mavericks are hosting a drive-thru voter registration event at their headquarters Tuesday.
Sunday during football season is usually a big day for North Texas bars and restaurants, but like just about everything, the coronavirus pandemic has changed the way people watch the Cowboys and other NFL games with friends.
We are finally seeing some positives reemerging when it comes to Downtown Dallas businesses, but a full rebound could take years.
Dallas police are enforcing a curfew in and around downtown in an effort to crack down on crime and street racing.
The effort to rename part of Lamar Street after Botham Jean has been put on hold for at least two weeks.
The family of Botham Jean is now suing the apartment complex where he lived because of the faulty door locks and confusing layout.
The city of Dallas abruptly announced it plans to halt its electric scooter program effective Wednesday.
Dallas County is set to finalize a deal making the American Airlines Center the largest voting location in the county.
The ongoing pandemic is taking a financial toll on many Downtown Dallas businesses.
Dallas city councilmembers unanimously denied a proposal to put soccer fields under Interstate 345 between Deep Ellum and downtown.
The Nasher Sculpture Center reopens Thursday for the first time since the start of the pandemic. There are, of course, some changes.
The work of a local high school artist is now on display in Downtown Dallas.
The restaurant inside Klyde Warren Park will close after service this weekend due to a coronavirus-related drop in sales.
Dallas businesses are partnering up to offer more COVID-19 testing to the public.
Some Downtown Dallas museums that have been closed for months are reopening.
It may be years before Downtown Dallas hotels rebound to pre-pandemic heights. That's at least the belief of one hotel leader.
A man was arrested after leading a Kaufman County deputy on a chase early Thursday morning.
There is a push to rename part of a Downtown Dallas street in honor of a man killed by a former police officer.
The Dallas Police Department is working to stop street racing in the city, but video showing drivers doing donuts in Victory Park has caused concerns for those living nearby.
Many business owners are keeping a close eye on budgets and the future.