Dallas and Fort Worth News

Mayor Mike Rawlings is creating a task force to hold public meetings and make recommendations to the City Council. Under his schedule, the City Council would vote on the issue Nov. 8. More
It's a first day of school they won't forget and it's an eclipse they won't get to see again until 2024 -- that just happens to be when this class will graduate from high school. More
The needs are overwhelming. The Dallas city budget is tight. That's why taxpayers are being asked this November to pass a $1 billion bond issue to pay for the most urgent of needs. More
The bond package, the largest in Tarrant County history, will go before voters on Nov. 7. More
The victims were taken to the hospital. Police say an infant was also inside the car but wasn't injured. More
Mayor Mike Rawlings is creating a task force to hold public meetings and make recommendations to the City Council. Under his schedule, the City Council would vote on the issue Nov. 8. More
It is the first time Dallas Independent School District launched a large-scale neighborhood walk initiative. More
Adults and children alike turned their eyes to the sky at the popular NASCAR venue, which opened to the public Monday for solar eclipse viewing. More
Some say the festival is as important to Hindus as Christmas holiday is to Christians. More
An employee of the Garland Independent School District was arrested last week for possessing child pornography. More
Dermatologist Corinne Erickson with North Dallas Dermatology writes more acne prescriptions during August and September than any other time of the year. More
For North Texas, the eclipse will begin at 11:40 a.m. The maximum view for the eclipse will be at 1:09 p.m. The eclipse will end for us by 2:39 p.m. More
Atmos Energy says crews are on scene to repair the line, near Colleyville Boulevard and Glade Road, which was hit by crews working on the TxDOT State Highway 26 project Monday morning. More
During the early morning hours of Aug. 6, police say a female employee of a business was attacked near 500 Burnett Street in downtown Fort Worth while she was leaving work at a local club. More