Just hours before former Cowboys star Deion Sanders was scheduled to appear at a local charity event there was divorce-related drama in his home.
A man about to stand trial for running over a woman in a parking lot pleaded guilty to murder on Monday.
American Airlines argued before a federal bankruptcy judge Monday that its union contracts must be changed to make the company financially stable.
Ivan Rodriguez is back in Texas again. This time, the 14-time All-Star catcher is retiring.
Homeowners in Arlington are busy rebuilding and the trees taken down by the tornadoes have been reduced to mulch.
Clarice Tinsley?s Hometown Heroes this week are gearing up for big sale that promises designer items at up to 80 percent off.
Here's what the crowd looked like in Austin in 2010, when fans waited for 'American Idol' auditions. I'm just sayin' you might want to show up early.
Severiano Martinez purchased this adverse-possession house at 1023 Betterton Circle from a man he identified as Douglas T. "Chase" Fonteno, unaware that the house wasn't Fonteno's to sell. Attorney General Greg Abbott's office, for example, ordered a raid on the offices of a voter-registration group in Houston, then seized and destroyed documents even though the group had broken no laws.
Dallas is known as a city with BIG ideas. Big ideas that inject excitement in the lives of every individual born and raised here, as well as adventurous transplants looking for great opportunities and promising futures.
South Dallas neighbors say a large pile of illegally-dumped garbage has been neglected for months, and they want it removed. Dallas neighbors ask for illegally-dumped trash removed South Dallas neighbors say a large pile of illegally-dumped garbage has been neglected for months, and they want it removed.
Stag clothing store has opened its new store in Venice, California and plans to open in Dallas and Houston next. Stag, the menswear clothing store on South Congress Avenue in Austin, has opened a second location in Venice, California, and is also set to expand into Dallas and Houston in the coming months.
Dallas Independent School District Superintendent Mike Miles defended the district's graduation rate and said it shouldn't be broken up. Dallas ISD is not breaking the law by letting students with excessive absences graduate without making up classwork, Superintendent Mike Miles said Tuesday.