Dallas' Klyde Warren Park wins ‘Oscar’ of park awards

The Urban Land Institute’s Urban Open Space Award honors the park for its impact on downtown and the immediate neighborhood.

Ebola Watch: Updates. Science. Policy.

LATEST NEWSGov. Rick Perry says UT Southwestern Medical Center and the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston will be Texas’ two designated treatment centers for Ebola patients.All travelers arriving...

Perry taps centers in Richardson, Galveston for future Ebola care

Meanwhile, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins says, “We are winning the fight” against the disease.

L.M. Kit Carson, filmmaker who invented mockumentary, dies at 73

The Irving-raised artist co-founded the USA Film Festival and helped launch Wes Anderson’s directorial career.

Faith groups, nonprofits raise aid for Vickery Meadow after Ebola scare

Fund have also been set up to help the nurses who have Ebola and the families of the Ebola patient who died.

State board suspends license of Fort Worth vet accused of lying about euthanizing pets

A search of the man's clinic came after a client alleged that he told her her dog needed to be euthanized, but said she was told by a former employee months later that the animal had been kept alive for blood transfusions.

Catholic Diocese of Dallas housed family quarantined for Ebola

Bishop Kevin Farrell offered the family a cabin at an Oak Cliff conference center after city officials appealed for help.

Earth cooking up record temperatures

2014 is on pace to be the hottest year since record-keeping began, federal meteorologists say.

North Texas water district may reinstate tougher sprinkler rules

The North Texas Municipal Water District could limit sprinkler use to once every two weeks, the limit during the summer.

Hydration helps Nigeria beat Ebola outbreak

A World Health Organization official called the nation’s containment of the deadly virus a “spectacular success story.”

'Guarded optimism' in Dallas as dozens exit Ebola monitoring

The next big milestone is Nov. 7, "the magic date" when health officials will be able to declare Dallas completely free of Ebola, Mayor Mike Rawlings said Monday.

Ebola victim's family: Hospital denied request

Mothers continue to deliver at Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas

Dallas distributed fliers where Troh quarantined

Number of people monitored for Ebola down to 112

UTSW to staff Ebola containment facility

Gov. Perry announces future Ebola treatment locations

Your Ebola questions: Is 21 days enough?

Dallas’ Trinity Lakes project regains its mojo

An unfunded, $76 million plan includes everything from a climbing wall to a lighted disc golf course.

City events on Continental Avenue Bridge will stay free — for now

But officials have begun talks about charging activity and rental fees, possibly by April, on the pedestrian bridge.

Big Tex ropes in record coupon sales at 2014 State Fair

Neither a hailstorm nor fears about Ebola put a damper on the dollar tally. Funnel cake ale figured in a fair first.

Roundup: Visitors not expressing Ebola concerns, officials say

Also, Plano police say a vendor at an arts and crafts show caused a stir when talking about Ebola.

Tonight's Winfrey Point town hall meeting to feature fluoride's greatest enemy

We haven't been able to reach Sheffie Kadane this morning - he's at a meeting in Arlington - and his secretary says she's unable to access his schedule at the moment.

Eye About Town: ‘Resume speed’ sign gone

Problem: A sign to resume speed at the end of a school zone has been knocked down in the 1800 block of Centerville Road in the White Rock area.Status: The issue is being investigated. Who’s responsible:...

Between two worlds, Ebola victim’s fianceé found Bible class

Louise Troh’s Sunday school class helped her grieve for a daughter who died in childbirth and now prepares to help her grieve again.

Ebola isolation ending, but not fiancée’s grief

Dallas churches prayed for the hospitalized nurses and those still being monitored during the 21-day watch for symptoms.

New funds for trails boost Dallas efforts to ‘connect the dots’

With about $20 million from the county and the Regional Transportation Council, the city hopes in coming years to link up hike-and-bike trails with one another, with DART stations, even with other cities.

Dallas Cowboys’ playoff run could come in conflict with debut college football championship

Organizers said they have a backup plan to turn around AT&T Stadium quickly in January if the Cowboys are still playing.

14 who had contact with first Ebola patient clear Dallas County watch period

Thomas Eric Duncan’s family remains under quarantine until midnight as officials look forward.

Relatives, fellow Liberians mourn Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan at North Carolina church

Congregants at a small North Carolina church call the Ebola victim a compassionate man with big dreams.

Fort Worth Vietnamese community rallies around Ebola-stricken nurse

Nina Pham worked and lived in Dallas, but the young nurse grew up in east Fort Worth, where she attended Catholic schools.

20,000-plus unite to fight breast cancer at Dallas Race for the Cure

The annual fundraiser for breast cancer research and services marked its 32nd year Saturday at NorthPark Center.

County protocol could let Ebola carriers slip through the system

Under the guidelines, another patient displaying the symptoms Thomas Eric Duncan had wouldn't warrant testing — and might well be sent home.

Gainesville to commemorate still-controversial ‘Great Hanging’ of 1862

A memorial listing the 42 people hanged or shot as Union sympathizers will be dedicated Saturday, but that doesn't mean history has been settled.

Ebola has little impact on Dallas-area emergency room visits

Hospital spokesmen report mixed results and say increases may reflect seasonal ailments as well as fear of Ebola.

Texas Health Presbyterian begins public relations effort to restore trust

The push includes employee rallies, YouTube videos, a #presbyproud campaign and candid words from the hospital's clinical leader.

Dallas County Medical Society: No Ebola risk in keeping schools open

The organization, which represents over 7,000 physicians, recommends that area campuses remain open, even if they have students who are related to people being checked for Ebola.

News wins honors in legal reporting

The Dallas Bar Association’s grand prize went to Dallas Morning News reporters on a series on Kaufman County slayings.

Fort Worth brothers are State Fair fans from way back - 1936, to be exact

This year's fair was No. 75 for Glenn and Dennis Moore of Fort Worth, who kept the streak going with a visit Thursday.

Cleburne police investigating after video shows officer coaxing, then shooting dog

The dogs do not appear dangerous in the video, but police have said the officer was responding to a 911 call for assistance after several animals cornered residents in a vehicle.

Oncor takes heat from regulators over storm preparations

The electric transmission company disputes findings by the PUC that it cut maintenance spending more than 20 percent even as it was adding customers.

Energy companies, environmentalists fund Denton fracking fight

The group fighting to ban the drilling practice is badly outgunned in the latest campaign finance reports.

Presbyterian takes issue with nurses’ claims

The hospital challenges allegations of missteps made by health care workers a day earlier.

Ebola missteps have shattered trust in hospital system, lawmakers say

The head of the CDC and a top doctor from Presbyterian come under sharp questioning from a House subcommittee.

Ebola fears lead to drastic measures across the nation

School closings, forced leave of absences, appointment cancellations all part of fearful reactions to exposure to U. S. Ebola patients.

Ebola hearing features push for travel ban — and political posturing

CDC Director Tom Frieden was on the hot seat as lawmakers pressed for answers on failures to contain the virus.

After patient’s transfer to Atlanta, fear moves to hometown

Residents near Amber Vinson’s apartment in Northeast Dallas work to resume normal life, while fear spreads in her northeastern Ohio hometown.

Ebola patient’s dog doing well, listening to classical music

A dedicated crew keeps an eye on Bentley, the pet of nurse Nina Pham, while she receives treatment.