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A 23-year-old former suburban Dallas man has been indicted on a federal count of aiming a laser pointer at an aircraft in the laser shining on a Texas Department of Public Safety helicopter.
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Once again, there are murmurings from the far reaches of Exposition Park and Deep Ellum that property's needed for the fabled Central Business District/Fair Park Link that turns 30 this year, at least in theory.
The substantially underfunded Dallas Public Libraries are in desperate need of overhaul, including increased hours of operation and community programs.
The Gaedeke Group, a real estate firm based out of Dallas, plans to spend $3.8 million renovating Oak Lawn Plaza.
Sunshine, heat and humidity will be the theme across Central Texas Saturday & Sunday.
A Dallas police officer blocks the scene where an off-duty officer shot a man who witnesses said shot a woman Thursday near the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in East Oak Cliff.
What's big and yellow, has ten pedals and four wheels, and carries its very own bartender? It's the Buzz Bike and it promises a party experience unlike any other.
David Crosby, of Crosby Stills & Nash, was arrested in Dallas in 1982 for cocaine possession.
The man heard the first gun shot down the street and moved the kids from the front yard into the house.
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The recent murders of unarmed black, brown, and whites across the United States of America has eradicated trust in the police.
As midnight rolled around last night, a police car with two officers pulled into the rear lot of the Grand Hotel Dallas, just off LBJ Freeway, where they saw an idling truck.
Steve Piano, MoneyGram's executive vice president of HR and Global Real Estate and members of the company's IT team join Goodwill Dallas representatives at MoneyGram's Dallas headquarters for the computer donation pickup.
Members of Mayor Mike Rawlings’ Task Force on Poverty knew we faced a challenge, one that wouldn’t be solved in a few early morning meetings over coffee and doughnuts. What most of us didn’t realize was the depth and gravity of that challenge.
We've got quite a weekend up our sleeves for you. From theater to sideshows to film screenings and art exhibitions, we've shuffled up the cards and stacked the deck just for you.
About 200 people gathered in a peaceful demonstration in downtown Dallas on Wednesday night in solidarity with protestors in Ferguson, Mo.
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