A temporary art exhibit on a wall of the EZ Pawn shop on Greenville Avenue encourages visitors to consider what they want to accomplish before they die. The four 8-by-8 panels on a wall are part of the "Before I Die a " interactive global art project, which invites people to write down their bucket list aspirations in a public space.
The black neighborhoods of southern Dallas face some of the toughest challenges in the city. No areas have a greater need for strong, steady representation at City Hall.
The 56-year-old CEO and founder of LawProse Inc. has never run across a herein, therein, thereby, hereunder or whereunto that had a reason to exist. Yes, he gets worked up about such things.
Infant found dead in Northeast Dallas apartment The boy's mother said she found him in bed, unresponsive. Check out this story on WFAA.com: http://on.wfaa.com/1GtFDQq The boy's mother found the child in his bed, unresponsive, just before 7:30 a.m. at the Forest Cove Apartments in the 9600 block of Forest Lane.
The baby giraffe became a TV star April 10 when Animal Planet live-streamed her birth. Millions of people tuned in for the online stream and to watch the birth on the cable network the next day.
Just weeks ago the ed-boarders celebrated the progress being made on the long-dead Lee G. Bilal Building on 2nd Avenue between Scyene and Hatcher in the shadow of Fair Park . In December 2014 architect Lukas Petrash picked up the 103-year-old building for $45,000, and intended to restore the formerly city-owned building that, during the course of its history, has served as an elementary school and the McGaugh Hosiery Mills.