The Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC) will join the nation in observing the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination with a special exhibit that revisits the unforgettable events in Dallas, November 22-24, 1963. Texas Investigates: the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy and Wounding of Governor John B. Connally opens to [...]
by Ayen Bior The Bush Center on the SMU campus has sparked intense dialogue since the project was proposed in 2006. With the center’s completion and dedication set for April 25, protestors say they will be there to voice their concerns against what they say are the failures of the Bush administration. Harris is a [...]
by Willow Blythe When Daniel Yanez was just 8 years old, an art teacher at James Bowie Elementary in Oak Cliff recognized his distinctive ability to create art. This planted a dream that would soon become apparent in his later years. Yanez always knew he was good at making art, but at the time he [...]
by Beionny Mickles South Dallas will soon be the beneficiary of a 400-acre golf course being placed near the Trinity Forest. The City of Dallas expects the new facility to cost anywhere between $20 million and $60 million. Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings unveiled Friday the City of Dallas’ plans to build an 18-hole 400-acre golf [...]
As revolts continue in the Middle East, organizations in Dallas help educate locals about Current Events
Dallas County Courthouse Press Conference to be held on Friday, May 18 at Noon
Renovations to some of Dallas’ most historic buildings are helping spur a downtown renaissance.
The class teamed up with DSN starting in the fall of 2011 covering stories in Southern Dallas neighborhoods.
Report will be summarized at a noon presentation Tuesday, April 17, at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
Animals of all kinds have been born this fall at the Dallas Zoo. From chimpanzees to warthog piglets, zookeepers have their hands full.