Oak Cliff residents raised questions Thursday evening about the logistics of the Commemorative Air Force’s plan to move to Dallas Executive Airport.
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When Austinite Natalie Madeira Cofield walks among the local boutiques and cafes in her South Congress Avenue neighborhood, she likes to take note of the other African-Americans she sees.
ZURICH — Blues musician Johnny Winter is dead at age 70, according to Zurich police.
DENTON – Voters will decide whether this North Texas college town will become the state’s first city to ban hydraulic fracturing.
A North Richland Hills toddler died from heatstroke in April after being left in a car, according to a final ruling by the Tarrant County medical examiner’s office.
FORT WORTH, Texas — Four bodies have been removed from an east Fort Worth mortuary where police are investigating why several bodies were left behind after the business was vacated.
The Texas Republican state convention drew national headlines last month with candidates and activists staking out hard-line positions on homosexuality and immigration.
A Texas judge will soon decide whether to accept a jury’s $2.9 million award to a Wise County family who claims to have been sickened by emissions from the gas and oil wells surrounding their home.
A Supreme Court decision handed down Wednesday left more questions than answers for state authorities, whose ability to manage Texas’ power portfolio may be limited by the Court’s edict. Long term, however, the justice’s decision in EPA v. EME Homer City Generation could be a boon for Grayson County, as it puts Sherman’s nearly completed natural gas power plant in a vital position on the state’s electric grid.
Despite a prediction that its on-time performance would go up by now, Southwest Airlines Co. has shown little sign of improving and has ranked near the bottom for on-time arrivals in April.