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Irving is part of the Dallas-Plano-Irving metropolitan division of the Dallas-Fort-Worth-Arlington metropolitan area. Irving is also home to the Las Colinas area, one of the first master-planned developments in the U.S. The Dallas Cowboys played in Irving in Texas Stadium from 1971 to 2008 before moving to Cowboys Stadium in Arlington. The team's headquarters remain in Irving.
Local Newspapers: Dallas Morning News Dallas Observer
Local Sports Teams: Dallas Cowboys (NFL) Texas Rangers (MLB) Dallas Mavericks (NBA) Dallas Stars (NHL) FC Dallas (MLS)
Local Colleges: Dallas Baptist University Texas Woman's University Paul Quinn College University of North Texas at Dallas
Zip Codes associated with irving, texas:
75038 75039 75060 75061 75062 75063
Towns/Cities near irving, texas : Bear Creek Grand Prairie EulessFramers Branch Dallas Cockrell Hill Arlington
Get a Glimpse of Michael Jackson in the '90s From Irving Native Bart Stevens
Bart Stevens, born and raised in Irving, has worked with the Old Red Museum in downtown Dallas since last fall. After 30 years in the music industry, he wanted to get into museum administration, but his time in his former industry has come back into frame.Stonegate community in Irving debuts luxury homes costing $500K and up
A new line of luxury homes has debuted at the Stonegate development in Irving, creating greater choice for buyers looking for houses in the $500,000 range. Darling Homes , a division of Scottsdale, Ariz-based Taylor Morrison Home Corp ., unveiled this week the so-called Founders Collection, a collection of 70 homes ranging from 2,326 square feet to 3,310 square feet.Fierce and fearless Dallas modeling legend Jan Strimple is facing cancer with grace
In the early-'80s, Yves St. Laurent hired her to model in Paris. And in the early-aughts, Dallas witnessed Bob Mackie honor Strimple 's runway activism with the "Legend in the Fight Against AIDS" award.Are there really gondola rides in Irving? Curious Texas takes a cruise
Ayhan Calis of Murphy reached out to Curious Texas wondering about a slice of Italy hidden in the canals of Irving. His question is part of Curious Texas, an ongoing project from The Dallas Morning News that invites you to join in our reporting process .Class of 2018 Commencement ceremony set for Saturday
Anyone wishing to attend the ceremony must have a ticket, except for children who are two years old and younger and will sit on a parent's lap. At graduation rehearsal on Wednesday, June 20, each student will be provided four tickets for their guests to view the ceremony from the gymnasium, and three tickets to view a live feed in the auditorium.Immigrants share their stories and love for America during awards dinner in Dallas
Their journeys were not easy. Many overcame poverty, bullying and discrimination.Blotter: Woman killed in Lewisville crash; man charged with intoxication manslaughter
A four-vehicle crash killed a woman early Saturday morning on Interstate 35E in Lewisville, and one driver is charged with intoxication manslaughter. At about 5 a.m. Saturday, a man in a Ford Mustang was driving erratically and struck a Nissan SUV in the 1400 block of Interstate 35E, according to Lewisville police Capt.Flower Mound, Lancaster elect new mayors; Irving candidate overcomes...
Steve Dixon of Flower Mound and Clyde Hairston of Lancaster were each elected mayor Saturday as North Texans decided runoffs in suburban races. Hairston, 65, a City Council veteran and Lancaster's 2018 mayor pro tem, had to wade through two elections and fight off five other candidates to ascend to mayor.Consequential North TX Races in Saturday's Primary Runoffs
A potential Dallas property tax increase, a mayor's office and a city council seat, that is up for grabs because of state and county laws that don't jive, are all on the line in Saturday's primary runoff elections across North Texas. Dallas ISD School Board, District 9 The runoff that could impact the most people Saturday is the race for Dallas ISD School Board, District 9. Bernadette Nutall is the incumbent, and the swing vote against a 13-cent property tax increase that her challenger, Justin Henry, supports.Honky tonk king Billy Bob Barnett files suit, faces eviction from Irving's Music Factory
At least three lawsuits have been filed over business practices at Irving's Toyota Music Factory, including one that asks a Dallas County court to strip operational control of the entertainment complex from the developer who's already invested more than $60 million in the project. Developer ARK Group filed suit in its home state of North Carolina after honky-tonk king Billy Bob Barnett, abruptly shut down and walked away from five venues he was operating at the city-owned entertainment center.Post Malone will come home a " again a " for 'Posty Fest' in October
Post Malone, aka former Grapevine resident Austin Post, aka guy who's been breaking records on the Billboard charts , will perform Thursday night at the Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory in Irving. But it's the announcement that he made during the day Thursday that is creating some buzz.Airport committee green-lights $14.28M for owner's rep on $1B KCI modernization project
The Kansas City Council's Airport Committee approved an ordinance Thursday that allocates $14.28 million to Paslay Management Group, the Irving, Texas, firm chosen to act as its owner's representative.Woman, 2 children hospitalized after wreck with Irving police squad car
An officer responding to a call about 10 p.m. was driving on East Shady Grove Road near South Britan when the other vehicle turned onto the road in front of the squad car.Marc A. Thiessen, Washington Post: Bidding farewell to Charles...
A few years ago, I was talking with Charles Krauthammer in the Fox News green room when the news that someone famous had passed away flashed on the television screen. Charles told me the way he hoped to go when his time came.Global investor buys Irving office tower
A Boston investor has purchased a Las Colinas office tower - the latest in a series of sales in the Irving development. The Greenway Tower on State Highway 114 near MacArthur Boulevard was purchased by a partnership of Taurus Global Real Estate Investment.Midtown Express 90 Percent Complete
The massive Midtown Express project is now 90 percent finished and "substantial completion" is set for this fall, according to officials. But the last 10 percent will result in many overnight and weekend lane closures in the weeks and months to come.Blotter: Man arrested for warrants in three North Texas cities
Police responded to a domestic disturbance call about 10 a.m. Saturday at the 3000 block of Augusta Drive in Denton. A man, who was family friends with the couple, told police the woman was in an abusive relationship with her husband.Aryan leader 'Texas Mike' gets life in prison for power-drill torture killing over $600 debt
A high-ranking member of the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas was sentenced to life in prison without parole for torturing, killing and burning a man who owed him $600. Michael Lynn Rogers, 48, was convicted Friday of capital murder for the torture killing of 34-year-old Alberto Gonzalez.ExxonMobil Announces Retirement of Malcolm Farrant and Election of Tracey Gunnlaugsson as Vice President of Human Resources
Jun 8, 2018-- Exxon Mobil Corporation said today that Malcolm Farrant, vice president of human resources, has elected to retire after 35 years of service. The board of directors has elected Tracey Gunnlaugsson, president of SeaRiver Maritime Inc., as vice president of human resources, effective August 1, 2018.Lawsuit alleges fraud by locally based Ark Group over Music Factory...
An Irving, Texas taxpayer advocacy group, represented by the lawyer for legendary honkytonk developer Billy Bob Barnett, is attempting to block the Charlotte-area developer of the Toyota Music Factory from receiving $44 million in public money.
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