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The Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metropolitan area is the fourth-largest in the United States. It is the largest inland metropolitan area in the U.S. without any link to the sea. The State Fair of Texas has been held at Fair Park in Dallas annually since 1886.

Population: 1300000
Local Newspapers: The Dallas Morning News Dallas Observer Dallas Voice
Local Sports Teams: Dallas Cowboys (NFL) Dallas Mavericks (NBA) Dallas Stars (NHL) Texas Rangers (MLB) FC Dallas (MLS)
Local Colleges: Dallas Baptist University Southern Methodist University University of North Texas at Dallas

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El Fenix Tex-Mex restaurants mark 100 years of food, fun

Alfred Martinez, top left, talks with customers while they dine in El Fenix in Dallas, on Dec.14, 2017. Founded in 1918 by Miguel "Mike" Martinez, an immigrant laborer from Mexico, El Fenix is more than a place to eat.

Regional news: Nearly 40 people are dead in Dallas after contracting the flu

Dallas County Health and Human Services reports seven additional flu-related deaths in Dallas County totaling 38 flu-related deaths for the 2017-18 season . The new deaths range in age from 51-89 and were residents of Cedar Hill, Dallas, Garland, DeSoto and Rowlett.

Mayor Rawlings on Dallas' Bike-Share Trouble: 'New Rules' Needed for Companies

Describing Dallas' rental bike conundrum a day after City Manager T.C. Broadnax threw out an ultimatum to the bike-share companies in town, Mayor Mike Rawlings finally landed on the Star Trek analogy this city needs. Rawlings, speaking to the Morning Musers on KTCK SportsRadio 1310 AM/96.7 FM this morning, likened the situation to " The Trouble With Tribbles ," a Season 2 episode of the Star Trek original series in which the furry tribbles, welcomed at first as adorable alien critter companions aboard the Enterprise, soon grow out of control, eating all the food, messing with the circuitry, swarming Captain Kirk, and being an overall pain in the neck.

If Dallas' City Manager Insists on Reason, City Council Will Declare Him a Witch

The new Dallas city manager gave the City Council a briefing Wednesday on his new scientific analysis tool for the city. I watched.

City of Dallas Signs Off on More Than $2 Million for School Crossing Guards

The Dallas City Council agreed Wednesday afternoon to pick up the tab for the now defunct Dallas County Schools' school crossing guard program through the end of the 2017-18 school year. The city will pay $2.4 million out of its general and reserve funds to continue the program, which the dissolution committee in charge of shutting down DCS had slated to end Jan. 31. Despite misgivings about being stuck with the crossing-guard tab after Dallas County voters decided to shutter DCS in November, the council voted unanimously to approve the deal, which was reached after the city sued the school district to force it to continue the program through the end of July.

Continue reading Dallas, a city of books? You can help make that happen at this meeting

Most of us already know The Wild Detectives as a fine place for imbibing over literary matters, but Wednesday, Jan. 24, might be a better evening to do so than most. " The state of the literary arts " will be the topic of discussion at the Bishop Arts bookstore and bar.

Woman charged with sex trafficking of juvenile in Longview, Tyler hotels

A Longview woman arrested Wednesday on Dallas County warrants allegedly assisted in trafficking a juvenile for sex at Dallas, Longview and Tyler hotels. Chelsey Rae Penney, 32, was arrested by Longview police without incident at a residence on Texas Street, records show.

Continue reading Dallas family who beat pregnant teen to make her miscarry, cover up rape get prison

Three family members connected to the brutal beating of a pregnant teenager who was raped and forced to miscarry her baby pleaded guilty to the crime and were sentenced to prison this week. Sharon Jones, 47, was sentenced to 12 years, while her daughter Cecila McDonald, 28, got seven years, and 29-year-old son, Cedric Jones Jr., was sentenced to five years in prison.

Passenger captures Greyhound bus driver using phone to film while driving in snowstorm

Stacey Denzin couldn't believe what she was seeing as the driver of the Greyhound bus pulled out of the Montreal station bound for New York City on Christmas Eve. "I just happened to sit behind the driver," Denzin told WPIX .

Cold snap eases in Texas, some outdoor deaths investigated

A cold snap has eased in Texas as officials investigate the deaths of at least five people whose bodies were found outdoors during freezing weather. The Smith County Sheriff's Office says an 83-year-old woman was found dead Wednesday near Lindale.

Continue reading Police investigate possible murder-suicide near Love Field

A man and woman were found dead in an apartment near Love Field on Wednesday in what appears to be a murder-suicide, Dallas police reported. Police found Donnella Heads, 31, and Steven Gentry, 50, dead from apparent gunshot wounds around 10:54 a.m. inside an apartment in the 5900 block of Forest Park Road.

AllGood Cafe's Breakfast Is the Antidote to the Trendy Brunches of Dallas

These are sensible brunches, brunches that can be paired with a mimosa that's heavy on the OJ and light on the bubbly. Brunches good for fueling a busy, productive day ahead.

Dallas residents urged to settle outstandinga

DALLAS Residents with outstanding warrants involving animal ordinance violations are being urged to settle those cases before this weekend. The Dallas Marshal's Office is preparing to help Dallas Animal Services in a warrant round-up beginning Saturday, Jan 20. "We have more than 10,000 active warrants for animal-related cases," said Interim City Marshal Paul Hansen.

Dallas-County 3 mins ago 9:45 p.m.93-year-old thanks neighbors for rescuing her from fire

An elderly woman is grateful to her neighbors after they rescued her from her home when it caught fire over the weekend. The fire started early Sunday morning in East Dallas.

Warrant issued for man suspected in slaying of missing woman found dead in southeast Oak Cliff garage

Dallas police on Wednesday identified a suspect in the slaying of a woman found dead in a southeast Oak Cliff home more than a week after she was reported missing. An arrest warrant has been issued for Brandon Charles Sampson, 31, in connection with the death and disappearance of 34-year-old Jacqueline Hughes.

Police say man facing eviction killed Texas landlady, self

Investigators say a man facing eviction from a Dallas-area home for delinquent rent was found dead a day after being sought in the slaying of his landlady. Police in Irving on Wednesday announced investigators believe 50-year-old Mark Leonard Kincer killed the homeowner, traveled 350 miles to Monahans and then took his own life.

Apple Is Building a New Campus, Which Seems Like Something Dallas Might Want

Forget Amazon's HQ2 , however long or short a shot Dallas may still be in the nationwide municipal battle royale for the right to dole out millions of dollars in tax breaks to the company. Let the Apple-mania commence.

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