Think of how you will make the one space you choose from tons of far north Dallas apartments, feel more like a home Relocating into a new apartment can be a stressful task. After splurging on crucial items such as settees, tables and kitchen appliances, it can be a daunting task. Here are a few ways in which you can decorate your new apartment on a limited budget then you need to look.Read More →

DALLAS, TX — Police in Dallas are investigating after a young woman filed a complaint alleging R Kelly, a 51-year-old R&B singer, knowingly gave her an STD without her knowledge or consent. The Washington Post broke the story Sunday, writing in a report that the woman, now 20, began her eight-month relationship with Kelly when she was 19. The woman filed a complaint with the Dallas Police Department, and The Post reported she plans to file a federal civil complaint against the singer as well. A representative for Kelly told The Post the singer "categorically denies all claims and allegations" related to the complaint. LeeRead More →

In West Texas, an oil and gas drilling rush has overwhelmed local roadways, housing supplies and a limited pipeline network. Now, the shale boom is straining the region’s electric grid, which was designed to handle a fraction of the power needed by the oil and gas producers that dominate the West Texas economy. The Houston Chronicle reports driving the booming power demand is a transformation in oil and gas operations as companies forgo expensive diesel and natural gas generators to power compressors and pipelines in favor of the cheaper option of hooking up to the grid. The unprecedented spike in electricity consumption coupled with inadequateRead More →

DALLAS, TX — Drivers headed into Dallas on I-30 should expect major delays Thursday morning following a crash with an 18-wheeler truck. TxDOT traffic cameras show drivers being forced to exit at Hunnicut before reentering the interstate. It’s not known how long the stretch of roadway will be closed, but commuters should plan ahead and consider talking alternate routes. CBSDFW’s Madison Sawyer reported on Twitter the crash occurred when the truck flipped and caught fire. This story will be updated with more information as it becomes available. BREAKING: Big rig has flipped and caught fire along I-30 westbound near Hunnicut — Madison Sawyer (@MadisonSawyerTV)Read More →

DALLAS – Atmos Energy will shut off natural gas to nearly 3,000 homes and apartments in northwest Dallas on Thursday. Meanwhile, dozens more homes were evacuated overnight in the area where a gas explosion killed a 12-year-old girl last week. New evacuations as of 2 a.m. Thursday include 30 homes on Snow White Drive (even) and Pinocchio Drive (odd) between Sleepy Lane and Royal Lane and 16 homes on Pinocchio Drive (even) and Cinderella Drive (odd) between Northhaven Road and Sleepy Lane. Atmos will shut off gas service to a larger area between Walnut Hill Lane, Webb Chapel Road, Northwest Highway and Lakemont Drive beginningRead More →

DALLAS, TX — A new mobile phone technology is coming to select U.S. cities, and Dallas is among them. AT&T announced Tuesday 5G service will be available in a dozen cities, starting with Dallas, Waco and Atlanta in 2018. In addition, the wireless carrier said it will roll out 5G capable cell phones and other devices in early 2019. 5G technology is faster and more reliable than other mobile services on the market, TechRadar reported. The service could also offer download speeds of around 1 GBps. AT&T is working on what they call an "aggressive schedule" for the rollout. "After significantly contributing to the firstRead More →

DALLAS, TX — There’s nothing like the gooey, cheesy, saucy goodness of a hot slice of pizza fresh from the oven. Unless, of course, it’s a specialty pizza served on America’s favorite holiday — national pizza day. Yep, you read that right. National pizza day is Friday, Feb. 8, and while you probably won’t get a day off work to celebrate, you can still make the most of it by grabbing a hot slice of ‘za at one of Dallas’ many pizza joints. Below you’ll find a list of some of Dallas’ top pizza specials. Below that, FourSquare’s top pizza places in DFW. Here areRead More →

DALLAS, TX — There’s no denying weekends are painfully short. That’s why you should make the most of your brief reprieve and enjoy some of Dallas’ most fun and interesting events. Here’s a look at some fun stuff happening in and around D-Town this weekend. Run the streets of Downtown Dallas starting Saturday at 7:30 a.m. Race packets are $54 at the starting line. This race helps raise funds for Make-A-Wish. Celebrate at the post-race party with hot chocolate, games and live music. If you’re not a runner, but you find your weekend plans take you through the heart of Dallas, you might be interestedRead More →

Park Manor at Bee Cave (Photo courtesy of HFF) Dallas-based Meridian Realty Advisors, a real estate investment, management, and development company specializing in senior housing and other healthcare investments, has sold a post-acute skilled nursing community in Bee Cave, Texas, for an undisclosed sum. Park Manor at Bee Cave, located just north of the Hill Country Galleria along State Highway 71 in the Austin area, was sold to an unidentified buyer because Meridian “wanted to recognize the value that was created, as they were the developer,” a spokesperson said. Completed in 2014, Park Manor is a 140-bed, roughly 53,000-square-foot property about 18 miles northwest ofRead More →