Bonnies, Gators Rematch During 2018 March Madness Round of 64 in Dallas

DALLAS, TX – They say everything is bigger in Texas. In terms of what tonight’s game means for the St. Bonaventure Bonnies, this saying couldn’t be any truer. Coming off Tuesday night’s 65-58 victory over UCLA, the Bonnies earned their first NCAA tournament win since 1970 and punched their ticket to Dallas. With a loser-goes-home

This 25-Acre Dallas Estate Is On The Market For $48.9 Million

Only eight minutes from downtown Dallas, you’ll find Walnut Place, a sprawling estate situated in the exclusive Preston Hollow neighborhood. At an asking price of $48.9 million, the mansion is Texas’s most expensive real estate listing. Originally built in 1938 by renowned Swiss-born architect Maurice Fatio, the residence – formerly known as Crespi Estate –

Gunman in car kills Dallas woman, 18, inside apartment

Police say the 18-year-old woman and her 16-year-old sister heard a disturbance outside their home Saturday afternoon and when they went to a window to look they were shot. Nequacia Jacobs was pronounced dead at a hospital. Her sister is in serious condition but is expected to survive. Police are looking for the gunman who

Save the Kalita and These 9 Other Historic Dallas Buildings, Too

The Kalita Humphreys Theater on Turtle Creek Boulevard has lost its luster. The Landmark Commission and local residents have done much to help preserve the architectural soul of Dallas, and these 10 stories of buildings and districts run the gamut. From homes to world-famous landmarks, these are among the spots most desperate for help in

North Texas community planned to help adults with autism

DALLAS (AP) — The first part of a $12 million project in Denton County that’s aimed at creating job and housing opportunities for adults with autism officially launches this year. The Dallas Morning News reports starting in mid-February, adults 18 and older who have a primary diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder and who have completed

2018 will see refis plummet as interest rates increase

At the NEXT 2018 women’s mortgage tech conference in Dallas, Texas, CoreLogic predicted the direction of mortgage rates in the upcoming year, and the consequences it will bring. Like other economic forecasts about 2018, CoreLogic also predicts rates will continue rising, hitting 4.8% by the end of the year. While CoreLogic Principal Economist Molly Boesel