Helping with stress, adding color and making students feel at home are some of the intended effects of the landscaping.
The waiver will allow Arlington residents affected by tornadoes to receive repair permits for their homes without having to pay fees to the city, city manager Trey Yelverton said.
The company aims to use the investment to improve the plant before releasing new full-size SUVs.
About 16,000 Arlington residents experienced power outages because of Sunday night storms, Oncor spokesperson Briana Monsalve said. About 54,000 outages were reported in Tarrant County.
Cooler temperatures and chances of storms are in store for the Metroplex this week before gradually heating up on the weekend.
Damaging winds and heavy rainfall are possible as a “line of thunderstorms” is expected to move through the Metroplex continuing into early Monday morning, said Monique Sellers, National Weather Service meteorologist.
A table with replica slave shackles sat in front of a crowd of over 50 people gathered in celebration and remembrance of Juneteenth, the day the last slaves were freed.
When Tom Fox, UTA alumnus and senior staff photographer at the Dallas Morning News, returned from vacation this past weekend, he expected to get back to his regular routine — instead he was caught in the middle of gunfire.
Going beyond chemotherapy to combat cancer, UTA physics professor Wei Chen is using a new, safer therapy method that doesn’t harm healthy cells.
After a crane crashed into her apartment building and rendered it uninhabitable, UTA alumna Brenesha Daniels only had five minutes to grab as many of her possessions as she could hold.
After Saturday’s District 5 runoff elections, Ignacio Nuñez won the city council seat with 58.39% of the vote while candidate Andy Prior had 41.61%.
After closing in late April, the vegan Mexican restaurant Down to Earth is set to offer its menu options again in the College Park District.
The Arlington election results are in and the race for the District 5 council seat will go to a runoff election. The election will be held Saturday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The hours of operation for dining options and various resources around campus have changed for the summer intersession.