Business in Oak Cliff - Dallas, TX

A married military couple shared an emotional reunion after being separated for eight months.

Project Ai hosted an Xtreme body painting art show on Saturday complete with DJ's and dancing. Photos by Melissa Hennings

New venues are laying roots around Downtown Arlington, and a few older ones have switched saddles. Steven Morris, Lamar High School’s former theater director, is now Theatre Arlington’s executive producer, while over at Arlington Music Hall, formerly Johnny High’s Country Music Revue, Mark Joeckel has taken the lead as general...

About 30 people, mostly Native American youth, filed into a small, upper room of an unassuming building in Oak Cliff. A drum began to beat. Members of the Soar Beyond Youth Mentor Organization were there to practice for the Dallas Women’s March, where they drummed and sang for missing and...

The Dallas ISD school board will vote this week on a plan that could turn some schools over to private organizations.

Turns out, former Texas state Rep. Jason Villalba wasn't the last person to squeeze himself onto Dallas' large field of mayoral candidates. Tuesday morning, West Dallas state Rep. Eric Johnson surprisingly threw his own hat into the mayoral ring, bringing the number of candidates running for the city's most visible...

A woman was seriously injured over the weekend in an elevator accident in the John Peter Smith Hospital. But answers about what exactly happened are apparently coming very slowly.

Clay Eiland is no stranger to the DFW coffee scene. He has been selling Eiland Coffee Roasters coffee and roasting for local shops for nearly two decades. He and his employees work out of their roastery in Richardson, which is coupled with a small cafe. Eiland says coffee shops were...

Why do people move? Moving can be a very serious and personal decision, so we surveyed hundreds of people to find out their motivations for relocation.

**Hospitals are facing more financial pressure as inpatient stays get shorter, the number of uninsured ticks up and payors push for more...

Each month, we recognize a Safety Patrol officer and Clean Team member who’ve gone above and beyond. Here are December’s winners; Gregory Burton from the Clean Team and the Safety Patro…

A historically recognized building in downtown Dallas is about to hit the limelight. Located at 601 Elm St., the 113-year-old Purse Building has been thoughtfully renovated and is now ready to get ...

Do you have a plan for Christmas decoration storage? If you don't, you'll be disappointed next year when your decor is broken! Here are tips for storing each kind of Christmas decoration.

Norma’s Cafe continues its 10-year tradition of giving away free slices of pie on “national pie day.” No purchase is...

Is clutter keeping you from taking full advantage of your garage? Transform your space with these unique garage makeover ideas.

Husband and wife Robby and Neesha Grubbs may be San Antonians now, but they met when they were living in Deep Ellum 25 years ago. Since 2008, they have made a name for themselves in San Antonio with their company Local Coffee, but they’ve had their eyes on Dallas for...