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Tuesday on a metal and concrete tower in Midlothian, could be the first of several new low-level radars that will provide Dallas-Fort Worth with a detailed look at developing thunderstorms and tornadoes this spring...The one at [the University of
Michael Hamtil/Staff photographer Icicles built up on the lip of a frozen gutter slowly began to melt as temperatures rose above freezing Dec...Authorities expected roads to refreeze late as the temperature dropped again. Published: 08 December 2013
The kickoff event was held at the Dorothy Moore Youth Center in East Dallas...While the newest version can't match the original in size, it is off to a similarly hot start...The hope is to enroll 7,000 local school children to perform volunteer
At the end of last week, the city of Dallas sued home builder Mario Davey for violating Article X of the Dallas City Code , which regulates, among other things, tree preservation in the city limits. Says the suit, in June 2006 Davey illegally clear
As Pam Wood sang along to the car radio, she caught a glimpse of herself in the mirror...Since her Parkinson's diagnosis last year, Wood, 59, has worked to curb the paralyzing effects of the neurological disease. She joined support groups and signed
A little visual primer provided in the Complete Street briefing below Four years ago the Dallas City Council got its first look at the so-called Complete Streets Initiative , the intention of which was to one day, bit by bit, make over Dallas'
A man has been leading authorities on a lengthy, erratic chase along the Interstate 30 corridor in eastern Dallas. The man took off when Garland police tried to pull him over for a traffic stop, police spokesman Joe Harn said...He reportedly zipped
As Dallas ISD trustees prepare to discuss Superintendent Mike Miles' future in the district, organizations and people who support him are urging board members not to get rid of him. They say that Miles, despite some missteps, has had a good year.
Ben Torres/Special Contributor Laura Watson, a 91-year-old retiree from East Dallas, leans over to kiss Jaida Leiva, 2, at the Margaret H...Watson has participated in the Foster Grandparent Program for 27 years. Staff Writer Published: 07 September
Lee/Staff Photographer Lucille Hopkins (left) and Louise Kirby greet each other when they meet at the Lucky Dog Books while they visit to the store in Lochwood neighborhood Staff Writer Published: 07 September 2013 12:45 PM Updated: 07 September 2013