Thousands are expected to attend the tree lighting ceremony Saturday night at Klyde Warren Park in Downtown Dallas.
A decision date is years away, but there is a lot of interest in proposed changes to a Dallas freeway.
The driver of a pickup truck died in a rollover crash near Downtown Dallas early Friday morning.
TxDOT is weighing its options about what to do with a major Downtown Dallas interstate.
The Dallas City Council reviewed plans for the ambitious $100 million expansion of Klyde Warren Park. The price tag might include $40 million in public funding.
The Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center opened its doors as a shelter for a second night on Tuesday after hundreds flocked to the building to get out of sub-freezing temperatures.
Each year, North Texans put on the biggest Veterans Day parades in Texas. Despite the falling temperatures and gusty wind, this year was no different.
A Dallas Area Rapid Transit train hit and killed a pedestrian Sunday night.
Ride-hailing company Uber broke ground Friday on a new office building on the edge of Downtown Dallas and Deep Ellum.
Olive Street in front of the American Airlines Center has officially been renamed Nowitzki Way.
Dozens of police officers made Senior Night memorable for a North Texas high school volleyball player who lost her dad.
A Dallas West End icon is closing at the end of the week.
Both President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke are in North Texas Thursday for dueling campaign rallies.
Boxing superstar Errol Spence Jr. has been charged with DWI after he crashed his Ferrari last week in Dallas.
A very popular park on the edge of Downtown Dallas is ready to grow.
A boxing champion from North Texas is in another fight after a vicious car wreck.
The city of Dallas says the lawsuit involving the Confederate monument in Pioneer Park in downtown is financially harming the city.
Uber is about to get in gear with the first step towards putting self-driving cars on the streets of Dallas and its suburbs.
A new museum in Dallas will help teach powerful lessons about the Nazi Holocaust and other struggles for human rights.
The $78 million project features 55,000 square feet of immersive and interactive exhibits. Some of the people involved in the project said the timing of its message, combating hate, is especially important.