It’s about four years late but the Margaret McDermott Bridge in Dallas is finally safe and open to pedestrians and bike riders.
The Downtown Dallas shelter that once held about 2,300 teenage boys from Central America is closing down.
In Dallas, civil rights activists and their supporters marked the anniversary of George Floyd's death with a rally at the Dallas police headquarters. Activists discussed what’s changed, or hasn’t changed, over the course of one year.
TxDOT is opening a new I-35E northbound exit ramp to Dallas North Tollway Saturday morning.
Firefighters had to call in more help for a fire at a Dallas high-rise Tuesday afternoon because so many of the residents are elderly.
The church, led by Dr. Robert Jeffress, is offering church members a chance to get the shot on May 16 and is a direct effort to address vaccine hesitancy among some of its congregation.
Rental scooters could make a comeback in Downtown Dallas. One company made its pitch to city leaders with safety measures designed to keep riders off the sidewalks.
A woman who was at the taco stand at Fuel City near Downtown Dallas was caught in the crossfire of a fight early Monday morning.
The Dallas Opera canceled its first two "Welcome Back" concerts because a contractor associated with the concerts tested positive for COVID-19.
Texas Senator Ted Cruz was in Dallas Monday to tour the facility run by the federal government to house unaccompanied illegal immigrant teenaged boys.
One of the Biden Administration's most outspoken critics in Texas -- Sen. Ted Cruz -- will be in Dallas Monday to tour the facility where thousands of undocumented minors are being held.
Four unaccompanied migrant teens who were being housed at the Dallas convention center have been found after leaving the convention center without permission.
An army of volunteers is helping to deal with the hundreds of migrant teenagers still being housed at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Downtown Dallas.
Two North Texas U.S. House representatives toured the facility, where more than 2,000 teenage boys are being processed after crossing the border from Mexico.
There are now 1,500 unaccompanied minors staying at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas after being apprehended at the southern border.
Four buses filled with 15- to 17-year-old undocumented teen boys rolled into downtown Dallas around 10 p.m. Wednesday.
The U.S. government plans to use the Downtown Dallas convention center to hold up to 3,000 immigrant teenagers as sharply higher numbers of border crossings have severely strained the current capacity to hold youths.
The message to city leaders just steps from City Hall is if the city can't give them a key to a place of their own, they at least want the city to give them a place for their tent.
Fire alarms woke up people at the Gables Park Apartments near Downtown Dallas early Thursday morning.
The booster group for the neighborhood, Downtown Dallas, Inc., said it was in the process of requesting all of the downtown buildings turn off their external lighting Monday night to help conserve power.