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While many teens were sleeping or heading to summer jobs early Friday morning, nearly 40 teens and young adults from the Oak Cliff area gathered outside an apartment complex waiting to board a motor coach for a unique bus tour across Dallas.
The apartment developer would use the property for a large rental housing and retail community, property brokers familiar with the deal say.
So, what are you doing right now? You're inside, right? You might be living inside a fridge, or lying, face down, by an air vent, or maybe having an angry fight with a fellow employee over the thermostat.
The trial of a man who fatally stabbed a Dallas civil rights attorney and his wife in 1986 continued Friday morning, with testimony from medical examiners who conducted the couple's autopsies.
Sometimes a band's message, sound and philosophy can be strikingly simple. For the Denton-born foursome American Werewolf Academy, simplicity is more or less a standard operating procedure.
With UT president William Powers announcing yesterday that he will step down in 2015, the folks at Texas Monthly have put up a story about the deal early.
The Dallas County district attorney's office moved Thursday to clear a murder charge from the record of Shevelle Yolanda Lampkin, more than a month after a grand jury declined to indict her.
Peloton Commercial Real Estate is moving its headquarters from North Dallas to Bank of America Plaza downtown as part of the management deal.
Winspear the cheetah and his Labrador retriever companion, Amani, celebrated their first birthday Thursday at the Dallas Zoo.
The U.S. attorney's office for the Northern District of Texas announced on Thursday the arrests of two Dallas County man and sentencing of a third in three child pornography cases.
Dallas-based Kainos Capital, a private equity firm that buys food and consumer brands, said Thursday it has acquired the Slim-Fast brand from Unilever.
A Dallas County jury must decide his punishment for the murders of a Dallas attorney and his wife, a math professor.
It is clear that the old Dallas is fading into a distant memory. Today the downtown of America's ninth-most populous city has thriving museums, performing-arts spaces, a green market, restaurants and innovative retailers that are bringing people back to its pavements.
Local school officials say the arrival of unaccompanied children, who were caught at the border, to Dallas County could be "pushed back".
In its 13th year, the Asian Film Festival of Dallas is one of the biggest celebrations of Asian filmmaking in the South.
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