Dining Guide: Highlights From Our November 2018 Issue
We review more than sixty restaurants each month. Here’s a peek at what’s new!
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What You Need to Know About Austin’s Water Shortage
Water, water, every where, nor any drop to drink.
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Is There Any Way the Cowboys Won the Amari Cooper Trade?
The team gave up a first-round draft pick for a receiver who’s been anything other than a sure thing in recent years.
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Design and consulting firm inks lease at Frisco Station office building
Companies continue to snap up office space at Frisco Station, with planning and design consulting firm Kimley-Horn inking a 32,349-square-foot lease.
The company will occupy the second floor of The Offices One at Frisco Station, located on the 242-acr…
New Documentary ‘Rigged’ Spotlights Voter Suppression Tactics in Texas
An exclusive excerpt from the forthcoming documentary explores how aggressive voter ID laws can inhibit voter turnout.
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North Texas Police, Sheriff, Fire Agencies Give Denton Girl Escort to Hospital to Receive Bone Marrow Transplant
North Texas Police, Sheriff, Fire Agencies Give Denton Girl Escort to Hospital to Receive Bone Marrow Transplant NBC 5 Dallas-Fort WorthFull coverage
Dallas ranks as a top ‘Tech Town’ ahead of Seattle, Denver
The Dallas area’s tech prowess pushed it ahead of some longtime rivals in a new report — though it failed to come out on top in Texas.
The region took No. 6 among U.S. metropolitan areas, according to the 2018 “Tech Town Index” from CompTIA, or the…
Law firms growing office footprint in North Texas
Law firms growing office footprint in North Texas Dallas NewsFull coverage
Dallas engineering firm extends reach with acquisition of Atlanta company
A North Texas architecture, engineering and management firm has purchased an Atlanta company for an undisclosed price.
KAI Texas acquired Dorsey Engineering, effective Oct. 1. With the deal, Dorsey’s staff in Atlanta and Jacksonville, Florida, is comp…
Man shot and killed at home in Lancaster, officials say
He was found shot on the side of his home and taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
TCU aware of prior ‘incident’ involving Turpin but not battery charge
A spokeswoman said the TCU football staff reviewed “publicly available information” that only showed a charge of property damage, not battery. Turpin was arrested again over the weekend on an assault charge involving his girlfriend.
Forget the World Series, enter the 2018 MLB Linear Championship
Who would be the champions of baseball if the reigning champs were forced to defend their title every night?
Dallas County consolidating with two office projects
Two real estate projects will provide new office space for Dallas County.
As reported by the Dallas Morning News, the county is working with project management firm Pritchard Associates, in addition to planning and zoning consulting firm Baldwin Assoc…
Developers complete conversion of Garland campus into 40-acre business park
More than 1 million square feet of obsolete facilities had to be demolished or repurposed in order to transform the former Raytheon campus into a 40-acre business park
Man accused of groping: Trump ‘says it’s OK to grab women by their private parts’
The man is accused of touching a woman while he was sitting behind her on a flight out of Houston.
Crispy Brussels Sprouts
Steve Leon from The Cheesecake Factory shares the recipe for a Thanksgiving side dish.
Dallas Zoo hosts ‘Holloweekend’ event
There’s a new Halloween event at the Dallas Zoo. Throw on your costumes and join the zoo for two days of activities during normal zoo hours. Sean Greene from the Dallas Zoo joins Good Day to talk about Halloweekend.
Tom Luce: “Texas Has Opportunity to Act Before We’re in Crisis Mode”
On our latest podcast, a conversation with the founder of Texas 2036, a non-partisan nonprofit designed to anticipate what Texas might have to do to thrive a full generation down the line.
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Toyota marks 15th anniversary at San Antonio plant
San Antonio’s Toyota plant marked its 15th anniversary with a Friday morning event that drew top company executives, high-ranking politicians and local dignitaries.
U.S. Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, and Toyota Motor Manufacturing North America’s chief …