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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.
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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Dallas Democrats Will Stay on the Ballot This Fall, Despite GOP Lawsuit
A GOP lawsuit that would have booted dozens of Dallas County Democrats off the ballot ahead of November's general election has been dismissed. State District Judge Eric Moye signed the order today.Judge dismisses Dallas Republicans' lawsuit to kick Democrats off the November ballot
A Dallas judge has dismissed a case that aimed to kick more than 80 area Democrats off the November ballot, putting an end to a dispute that could have upended the midterm elections in one of the state's Democratic strongholds. , alleging that Carol Donovan, the Democrats' county chair, did not sign the candidates' ballot applications before submitting them, as required by law.UT-Dallas Students Compiling National Database of School Shootings
News reports after the mass shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, and similar school killings often tell inconsistent stories about the number of such cases because of incomplete data, adding to fear and confusion. Nadine Connell, an associate professor of crime at the University of Texas at Dallas and the director of the Center for Crime and Justice Studies, recalls seeing stories published in the shadow of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings in Newton, Connecticut, with headlines that listed "some sort of scary numbers, and as a school violence researcher, I was surprised because school shootings was something I pay attention to, and I swear I didn't miss some of those shootings.Driver crashes into Dallas Fire-Rescue ambulance taking patient to hospital
A patient on a Dallas Fire-Rescue ambulance had to take a different ride to the hospital after a driver crashed into the ambulance, damaging it. About 1:45 a.m., Rescue 44 was taking the 28-year-old patient with a leg injury to Baylor University Medical Center.A doctor for the dead: How Dallas' medical examiner solves crimes
Dallas County Medical Examiner Jeffrey Barnard and his 13 staff members perform more than 3,000 autopsies each year. Most of the time, they do their work in relative obscurity.Dallas-bound Naomi Shihab Nye on the power of listening to life: 'The wind never says/Call me back'
Naomi Shihab Nye, an award-winning San Antonio poet, is all about listening - to nature, to people, to one's innermost thoughts, feelings and longings, to the past, the present and the future. As we nervously check Facebook, Twitter and e-mail, she reminds us of the importance of staying in the present, attending to the immediacy of what can't be postponed: "The wind never says/Call me back/I'll be waiting for your call," she writes in "Time's Low Note," one of the 95 incandescent poems that make you stop, think and feel in her new book, Voices in the Air, Poems for Listeners , which Greenwillow Books released in February.New Dallas Opera CEO Ian Derrer Plans for Outreach, Inclusion
After more than seven years at the helm, Keith Cerny resigned his position as CEO/general director of the Dallas Opera in December. Six months later, the Dallas Opera announced its choice to replace him.Flu Season Appears to Be Winding Down in Dallas County
The worst flu season in recent memory finally appears on its way out the door in North Texas, according to new statistics from Dallas County Health and Human Services. Only five Dallas County residents were hospitalized for the flu during the week ending April 15, and for the second week in a row, no one in the county died from the flu.Play
Inside Texas Politics began with Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton explaining why he might sue the Trump administration. Paxton also discussed the Texas case going before the Supreme Court on Tuesday, April 22, 2018.The Dallas Opera Orchestra impressed in concert, but Winspear Opera House acoustics weren't ideal
Before the start of Sunday afternoon's Dallas Opera Orchestra concert, music director Emmanuel Villaume rightly pointed out that orchestras benefit from playing both operas and symphonic concerts. The two musical media call for different but complimentary virtues of precision, drama, responsiveness and expression.North Texans heading to the polls to elect mayors, decide $2.1 billion in bond projects
Here are five things to know about the May 5 local elections in Collin, Dallas, Denton, Rockwall and Tarrant counties. Early voting starts Monday: Garland is the largest city that will choose a new mayor.Yes, it's possible to see Hamilton for $10 in Houston ... if you're lucky at digital lotteries
If you can't wait to see Hamilton when it reaches Dallas next year, it's possible to see the hottest musical in the world for only $10 - in Houston. But you'll have to play the odds for that kind of price.Passenger dies after being ejected in northwest Dallas crash
Mario Borjas, 31, was arrested after he ran a flashing red light around 1 a.m. Sunday driving westbound through the intersection of Northaven Road and Marsh Lane, police said. A second vehicle was driving southbound on Marsh Lane when it collided with Borjas' vehicle, sending the first car spinning clockwise.How these Dallas kids are building character, hope one brick at a time
"You feel like you've accomplished something," says Sarah Crow, a 15-year-old freshman who built benches this year because she's too young to work on a house. "It's an exciting experience."Southwest's heavy heart: How the LUV airline is responding to the worst accident in its history
For every potential crisis, Southwest Airlines has a plan, carefully crafted by a specialized group of employees and regularly drilled by team members to hone the instincts that will kick in at a moment's notice, even as they hope that moment never comes. After 47 years of preparation, a tragedy unlike any other in its history struck Southwest Airlines this week, when a passenger onboard a Dallas-bound flight was killed Tuesday morning after a failed engine sent debris into the wing and fuselage.Shredding for the love of it
Guitarist and Texarkana native James Norton plays at Reno's Chop Shop in the Deep Ellum area of Dallas. Norton was recently honored locally at the Scott Joplin Regional Music Celebration with a Young Musician Award.71-year-old woman last seen in southeast Oak Cliff found safe
Dallas police are searching for a woman who has been missing since 9 a.m. Saturday after she was last seen in the 3200 block of Stuart Simpson Road in southeast Oak Cliff. Sarah Barnes, 71, has Alzheimer's disease and may need medical help.
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