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About: Dallas, TX

The Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metropolitan area is the fourth-largest in the United States. It is the largest inland metropolitan area in the U.S. without any link to the sea. The State Fair of Texas has been held at Fair Park in Dallas annually since 1886.

Population: 1300000
Local Newspapers: The Dallas Morning News, Dallas Observer, Dallas Voice Courier
Local Sports Teams: Dallas Cowboys (NFL) , Dallas Mavericks (NBA), Dallas Stars (NHL), Texas Rangers (MLB), FC Dallas (MLS)
Local Colleges: State UniversityDallas Baptist University, Southern Methodist University, University of North Texas at Dallas

Zip Codes associated with Dallas, TX: 75201, 75202, 75203, 75204, 75205, 75206, 75207, 75208, 75209, 75210, 75211, 75212, 75214, 75215, 75216, 75217, 75218, 75219, 75220, 75223, 75224, 75225, 75226, 75227, 75228, 75229, 75230, 75231, 75232, 75233, 75234, 75235, 75236, 75237, 75238, 75240, 75241, 75242, 75243, 75246, 75247, 75248, 75249, 75251, 75252, 75253, 75254, 75260, 75270, 75287, 75342, 75398
Towns/Cities near Dallas, TX : University Park, Garland, Mesquite, Balch Springs, Hutchins, Duncanville, Cockrell Hill, Grand Prairie, Irving, Farmers Branch, Carrollton, Richardson

Dallas News
Suicide jumper saved by Dallas policemen captured in dashcam video

In the dash cam video, a man can be seen teetering on the edge of the Martin Luther King Boulevard overpass in Dallas, Texas He is seen carefully creeping up behind the man before suddenly grabbing him around the waist and hauling him to safety In the dashcam video, officer D. Mulvihill arrives to see an unidentified man teetering on the ledge of the Martin Luther King Boulevard overpass looking down on traffic below. Using tactics learned in training, Mulvhill carefully creeps up behind the man before suddenly grabbing him around the waist and hauling him to safety.

Dallas' Best Thai Chef Is About to Drop Roughly 47 More Thai Restaurants

Our food critic thinks chefs should start one restaurant when they're 22 and work there until they die and only open a second outpost if there's a nice space with lots of parking in the afterlife. But that's boring! So instead, chefs, at least the ones with access to lots of investor money and too many ideas to store in their chefy brains, open all the restaurants all the time in every open space.

Chris Brown postpones Dallas show due to personal legal issues

Late Monday night, Chris Brown posted an apologetic caption on Instagram stating that a judge refused his travel dates for his Between the Sheets Tour due to his shortage of required community service hours. "This is the most disappointing news I've gotten in a while.

Ex-wife claims former Dallas billionaire Sam Wyly hid stock from her, too

Torie Steele, the ex-wife of once-upon-a-time Dallas billionaire, has already sued her former husband to protect half a million dollars in annual alimony payments. Now she's accusing him of hiding stock she claims belong to her.

The Best Gay Bars in Dallas

It's 2015, people. Get over whatever bullshit misconceptions you've been holding onto all these years and get with the 21st century.

Josh Abbott Band to Headline the 2015 Dallas Observer St. Patrick's Day Concert

Here we are, folks: No man's land. That's right, dead in the middle of that ghastly stretch of the year between New Year's and Memorial Day where there are few, if any, work holidays to be had.

Dallas-area bio-containment hospital for Ebola ends duties

A Dallas-area hospital serving as a Texas biocontainment facility for Ebola has dropped the designation and resumed its long-term acute-care duties. WFAA-TV reports the Ebola floor at Methodist Richardson Medical Center returned to regular hospital care Monday.

Southern Dallas Commuters Need Fewer Highways, Not Another One, to Get to Work

Once in a while a really brilliant idea pops up in a relatively obscure place, a diamond in the coal mine. The particular coal mine I have in mind is the letters to the editor section of The Dallas Morning News , and the idea is about commuting from South Dallas to the Stemmons corridor.

The Five Best Dallas Talent Buyers

The life of a talent buyer seems glamorous, but it's much harder than you think. Wrangling up artists, venues, fans, and the relevant authorities is no easy task, which means that the folks that bring Dallas its best live shows are some of the hardest working people in the music industry.

Teen in custody after baby is drowned in Red Bird apartment

"That 3-month-old didn't even get a chance to live," said Shalonda Shanks , who with Dria Moore watched the investigation at the Rosemont at Hickory Trace apartments. A woman returned to her Dallas home Monday morning and found the baby girl she was caring for had been drowned and her 14-year-old daughter was in police custody.

Dallas Firefighters Find Marijuana Operation After Fire

Dallas Fire-Rescue officials say firefighters found a marijuana growing operation in one of six apartments damaged by a fire Monday morning. Dallas Fire-Rescue officials said they responded to the two-alarm fire at the apartment complex in the 8700 block of Park Lane.

Dallas council to weigh work breaks for construction crews

Representatives of the construction industry and the Texas Workers Defense Project, a workers' rights group, met with city staff members in December but could not reach a consensus on providing workers with breaks, particularly in the heat of summer, according to Forest Turner, the city's chief wellness officer. So on Monday, the council's Quality of Life Committee decided to move forward anyway.

Editorial: Plan to improve Dallas' poorest schools is showing success

Too many of us think it quietly, even if we don't say it out loud: There's not much that can be done about Dallas public schools. It concerns the Imagine 2020 strategy, which Superintendent Mike Miles instituted in 2013.

Share Your #HiddenDallas Secrets, Win a Fabulous Prize

The cover story of the February issue of D Magazine is "Hidden Dallas." It was painful for our staff to publicly share this compilation of their favorite secret spots, special deals, off-menu meals, and insider know-how with our readers.

Dallas firefighters working two-alarm blaze at apartment complex near White Rock Lake

DFR spokesman Jason Evans says firefighters were called to the complex near Highland and Ferguson roads at 2:36 p.m., after a 911 called told the operator they'd heard an explosion. "There are no reported injuries at this time," says Evans, who is en route.

Dallas police say bus driver won't be charged in crash that killed Parkland nurse

Police don't intend to file charges against a bus driver involved in a fatal accident outside Parkland Memorial Hospital last week. Randal Dygert, a longtime nurse at the hospital, was struck and killed shortly by a privately owned shuttle bus before 7 a.m. Friday near the intersection of Harry Hines Boulevard and Medical District Drive.

Sufjan Stevens to Play Dallas for First Time Since 2012

Remember way back when Sufjan Stevens claimed he was going to write an album each for all 50 states in the Union? Those were the days. He was the naive, fresh-faced folkie with the completely impractical, overly ambitious dream, and people loved him for it.