| Jul 9, 2009
Taste of Dallas is going on this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in the West End. There is no cost to get in and there will be plenty of free activities including a talent competition with a $5,000 grand prize.
50 restaurants will be cooking up a storm from...
| Jul 18, 2009
Hunger Busters is a non-profit organization that relies on food donations. Leftover bread from Eatzi's and cookies from a local bakery helped make dozens of box lunches, headed for underprivileged kids at summer camp on Tuesday.
"If you took all the...
| Jul 20, 2009
Think you're a good driver?
"I'm very safe. I'm a safe driver and everything," said Kelvin Martin, of Dallas.
If you can prove it, you might get a break on car insurance.
"People are hungry and anxious to do anything they can to control their costs,"...
| Jul 21, 2009
Alexander Draper, 14, of South Carolina tips the scales at more than 550 lbs. Health officials say he gains weight at a rate of half a pound a day. He's now in foster care. His mother, Jerri Gray, is charged with child neglect.
"If those decisions that...
| Jul 27, 2009
The federal minimum wage went up nearly a buck to $7.25 last week, but some of the lowest paid workers didn't see an increase. In many states like Texas, people who claim tips haven't seen a raise since 1991.
It's the down home atmosphere at Mama's...
| Jul 28, 2009
Montgomery Gentry is coming to town on Wednesday, August 5th and you can see their show for free.
It's all part of Summer Krush Concerts sponsored by Samsung. Some of music's hottest acts are playing nine cities across the country. The Dallas concert...
| Aug 3, 2009
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These days, the courtroom battle is getting even more interesting as lawyers scour social networking sites like Facebook to dig up dirt for their clients.
"Clients come in on their initial interview with print outs of their ex-spouse's MySpace page,"...
| Aug 10, 2009
Craig Swan says he never went more than two weeks without seeing his son. That was until June 19th, 2008 when Stephen Swan, 26, was gunned down in cold blood.
"That's Stephen. That is our son Steve," said Craig Swan as he looked at pictures from the...
| Aug 11, 2009
Starting this month, Dallas residents can enroll in a new online messaging program. It's an e-mail blast that works like Twitter, targeting crime reports to your neighborhood.
Lt. Andy Harvey is taking on a new role as the social media expert for...
| Aug 17, 2009
26-year-old Stephen Swan and 28-year-old Matthew Butler died at the hands of James Broadnax last year. That much is clear, but what's still up for debate is whether drug use triggered psychotic behavior during and after the crime.
"He continues to show...
| Aug 18, 2009
It may seem like an unconventional way to inspire confidence, but it's working for North Texans like Bridget Barfield who are on the hunt for a new job. Barfield is part of CareerConnection, a non-profit group that helps business professionals like...
| Aug 24, 2009
You may have seen the commercials. Texas isn't messing around when it comes to buckling up. In recent years, there's been an advertised motto "click it or ticket."
'I click it before I even turn the ignition on," said Dallas driver, Mike Jakubec....