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Oak Cliff Residents Want To See Neighborhoods Reconnected

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Where most people would see nothing but construction and traffic, some Oak Cliff residents see an opportunity.

TxDOT’s Southern Gateway project will add main lanes to I-35 E and managed HOV lanes south of Downtown Dallas. 463 more words


Oak Cliff Confidential: A Splash from the Past

  Editor’s Note: The following excerpt is from the project I’ve been working on during National Novel Writing Month (NoNoWriMo), wherein the participants try to amass a total of 50,000 words in a single month. 3,483 more words


Welcome To Texas: Norma's Cafe

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DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – A lot of restaurants, diners and cafes serve chicken fried steak, but one local cafe has taken it to a whole new level. 346 more words


Witnesses Describe Undercover Arlington Officer's Shooting

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OAK CLIFF (CBSDFW.COM) – Rapid gun shots startled Oak Cliff resident Anthony Cisneros, who lives just down the street where an undercover Arlington police officer was shot just before sunrise Thursday. 262 more words


Arlington Officer Wounded During Undercover Operation

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OAK CLIFF (CBS11) – An Arlington officer shot while working an undercover operation in Southwest Dallas remains hospitalized; but, is expected to make a full recovery. 343 more words


Two In Custody, Three Still Sought In Dallas Capital Murder

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DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) -Dallas Police say they’ve arrested a pair involved in a capital murder and armed robbery earlier this month, but are still looking for three people. 123 more words


Dallas '63

Much has been written about the assassination of our 35th President, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, as his motorcade traveled through Dallas’ Dealey Plaza. Dallas became known derisively by the rest of the country as “The town that killed Kennedy.” The course of history of the United States changed when a sniper’s bullets echoed through downtown Dallas the afternoon of November 22, 1963. 1,335 more words