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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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Dallas police officer is killed and another is seriously in a shooting near a Home Depot

Et Voila! Guests led by Ivanka and Jared arrive at the White House as Donald Trump and Melania fete the French president and first lady at their first ever state dinner Married Villanova University assistant VP is ambushed and killed in murder-suicide 'carried out by a jealous wife who believed the victim was having sex with her husband' Prince's final days: Singer said his 'soul left his body' during previous overdose and complained that life was 'boring,' telling his girlfriend after final concert that 'now he could go away' Doomsday AI will cause a nuclear war by 2040 that could DESTROY humanity, and there may be no way to prevent it Fears grow for massive rise in sex-selective abortions in China and India after scientists invent new test that can determine a baby's gender after just eight weeks 'He saved many lives': Waffle House hero James Shaw Jr is hailed by Tennessee lawmakers in ... (more)

Austin beats out Dallas, Denver for new Pimco investment office with 200 jobs

Pacific Management Investment Co. has chosen Austin over Dallas and Denver for a new office as the firm seeks to recruit tech talent and broaden marketing in the U.S. The office will open later this year and is expected to expand to about 200 employees, mostly new hires, by 2019, according to a statement Tuesday.

Man found shot to death at Oak Cliff motel

Dallas police are investigating after a man was found shot to death at a central Oak Cliff motel early Tuesday. Officers were called to a reported shooting just after 4 a.m. at the Dallas Inn in the 3300 block of Marvin D. Love Freeway, near West Kiest Boulevard.

Wrong Way Driver Causes Fatal Crash on Dallas Highway, Reports Say

A woman in Dallas, Texas, died after the car she was driving collided with a vehicle driving in the wrong direction on April 22, according to local media . Officers at Dallas County Sheriff's Department were quoted as saying the crash occurred after a driver drove eastbound on a westbound lane on the I-20 in Duncanville, hitting another car which spun out of control.

Hot Property: A Glamorous '70s Penthouse in Turtle Creek

In a 2003 D Home feature highlighting this very penthouse , the effect of the home's numerous mirrored panels, lacquered grids, pearlescent walls, and brilliant-white marble floors was described as akin to "standing inside a Faberge egg." Fifteen years later, it's still Faberge all the way.

Renee Hall Isn't So Sure Dallas Is Ready for Her

For the profile of U. Renee Hall that she wrote for the May issue of D Magazine , Jamie Thompson first met the Dallas police chief in September. Jamie got to tag along with the chief and watch how she operated in the earliest weeks of her new job.

A trip to the Texas Civil War Museum shows why Dallas should never...

Wanted to see up-close the Texas Civil War Museum, for now the possible home of Dallas' Alexander Phimister Proctor's 1935 statue Robert E. Lee and Young Soldier that overlooked Turtle Creek Boulevard until the City Council snatched it from its perch last September. On Wednesday the council will vote to auction off the bronze to the highest bidder , which is the sole option on the agenda, or loan it to the museum per a recommendation from the Office of Cultural Affairs.

This New West Dallas Meat Market Isn't Just a Butcher Shop. It's Also a Bar and Steakhouse.

Cooper's, a longtime San Antonio meat market, has opened next to Cox Farms, an organic market in Sylvan Thirty in West Dallas. But this isn't just a meat shop - it's also a steakhouse and bar.

The Future of Dallas Dessert: Tart-a-licious Launches a Tart Subscription Service

Tart-a-licious owner Uma Iyer and her exquisite creations are popping up at pop-ups all over town. One week, she's collaborating with Joy Macarons, the next, she's setting up shop at the McKinney Farmers Market.

Dallas firefighter records warning before dying from occupational cancer

In 2016, the Centers for Disease Control released a study saying firefighters had a greater number of cancer diagnoses and cancer-related deaths. DALLAS-Dallas Fire Rescue will begin using an audio recording created by a firefighter who died last year to educate members of the department on the dangers of occupational cancer.

How one pothole caused a big headache for drivers in Northwest Dallas

Late Sunday night and early Monday morning, several cars pulled off West Northwest Highway with flat tires. It was west of Inwood Road in a construction zone.

Dallas' tab for school crossing guards won't be as big as expected,...

In January, the city of Dallas estimated it would spend about $2.4 million to pick up the tab for crossing guards through July, reaching a settlement with the soon-to-be-shuttered Dallas County Schools after the embattled bus operator said it could no longer foot the bill. On Monday, during the Dallas City Council's public safety and criminal justice committee meeting, the city's chief of staff Kimberly Bizor Tolbert said that the city is now expecting to spend three-quarters of that amount, projecting $619,147 in savings.

Lee Ann Womack Returns Home to Texas for Album Recording and Dallas Concert

Jacksonville, Texas, native Lee Ann Womack told a jam-packed Kessler Theater on Sunday night that when it came to making her most recent album, she had to go back before she could move forward. "When I was growing up in East Texas, I had everything ahead of me, and I wanted to feel that way again," explained Womack, her top-shelf, five-piece band arrayed behind her on the Kessler's intimate stage.

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.

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