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Fair-housing advocates have included Dallas among the cities where it says U.S. Bank has failed to maintain real estate and market foreclosed homes that are for sale in minority neighborhoods.
This is the fourth of a series of essays by panelists who participated in a community conversation Feb. 4 sponsored by The Dallas Morning News.
If you waited on tickets to B.J. Novak's presumably hilarious book talk this evening, you're very nearly out of luck.
The Aspen Cos. Said Tuesday that it has purchased the Peoples Village and St. James Manor apartments in Dallas for $9.25 million.
Emergency crews in Dallas responded to a fire at an apartment complex early Tuesday afternoon.
Three years ago, researchers at the University of Texas at Dallas strongly hinted that they'd found a way to quiet the roar known as tinnitus , that unceasing high-pitched whine many of us hear even in dead quiet.
Bondholders who held the mortgages on downtown Dallas' One Main Place office tower lost 70 percent of their investment in the property when it recently sold, according to a new report.
A Dallas police officer who was involved in a controversial 2008 fatal police shooting has been indicted over allegations that he assaulted a fleeing motorist during an incident last November, according to Dallas County court records.
A woman wanted in Flint, Mich. on a murder charge was arrested Monday afternoon in Dallas after she rammed her car into a police cruiser.
Beware, citizens of Dallas, this Saturday a monster comes to terrorize us all! It's ginormous and green, with about 200,000 heads and twice as many feet.
Laxmi , State Department interpreter Gurdeep Chawla and Assia Belhadi with the Red Umbrella, a group that helps women who have lost a spouse, talked Monday in Dallas.
DISD Board trustee Mike Morath was featured in a Dallas Morning News Q&A over the weekend.
The recent case of a Texas man convicted of tax fraud highlights a lucrative black market for stolen personal information the IRS estimates costs U.S. taxpayers more than $6 billion a year.
Luis de la Garza speaks out in 2008 against a proposed Farmers Branch ordinance restricting illegal immigrants from renting in the city.
Staff writer Parminder Deo reports: A 26-year-old Dallas woman bit a police officer while he was trying to arrest her on an assault charge Sunday night in South Dallas.
You can't have a true St. Patrick's Day concert without a few staples: a mega-ton of beer, a sea of green-covered people who may or may not look that way because they've had more than their fair share of said beer, and a long list of bands and performers.
Small update here on the part of Dallas to which City Hall refuses to extend sewer service.