A new pedestrian bridge between Loop 410 and West Military Drive aims to increase safety.
A City commission on Wednesday rubber-stamped a hotelier’s plan to redevelop a historic property on Soledad Street downtown.
Continuing work on the U.S. Highway 281 expansion north of 1604 will result in lane closures and a closed intersection starting Friday.
An Irving developer, whose proposed 350-unit apartment complex had caused outrage among neighbors in the Cresta Bella community, has withdrawn its rezoning request.
International Downtown Association panelists highlighted projects in three cities that transformed downtown transportation infrastructure.
The Air Force’s cyber combat units on Tuesday were transferred to a new command, making Lackland the lead unit conducting cyber operations.
Dozens of attendees at the NAACP convention Monday attended legal education sessions on voting rights litigation and the 2020 Census.
Gov. Greg Abbott called a July 31 special election to replace Carlos Uresti, who resigned in June after he was convicted on felony charges.
The 109th national convention of the NAACP opened Saturday with organizers sounding the theme of using voter turnout to combat bigotry.
The lawsuit claims that two leading officials violated union members’ First Amendment rights to free speech and association related to union activities.