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American Airlines New Iceland Flight Undermines Their Case Against Emirates, Etihad, and Qatar

American Airlines will launch seasonal Dallas Fort Worth - Reykjavik service next summer. This is the third non-stop in the market following Wow Air and Icelandair. This is a purely leisure route where two ultra low cost carriers have already entered the market. Show More Summary

Jerry Jones reportedly believes Roger Goodell lied to him about Ezekiel Elliott's suspension

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones believes that Roger Goodell lied to him regarding the eventual suspension of star running back Ezekiel Elliott, according to Clarence E. Hill, Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. NFL insider: I think...Show More Summary

Etihad To Suspend Abu Dhabi – Dallas Fort Worth Services From March 2018

Over the past few months, we’ve seen Etihad cost cut quite significantly and as a result of that, a lot of things have been taken away or changed, mostly for the worse. The carrier also hasn’t been expanding near as much as they used...Show More Summary

Why NASCAR's Joe Gibbs Racing has a little piece of Dallas with it every time it reaches winner's circle

FORT WORTH -- As a primary sponsor of a NASCAR team, Norm Miller has two home games each season. Miller is the chairman of Dallas-based Interstate Batteries, the founding sponsor of Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR). NASCAR competes twice each season at Texas Motor Speedway, once in April and again in November as part of the playoffs. Show More Summary

City Works Is Moving Into Fort Worth

This will be the local beer-loving chain’s second location in the Dallas area Beer-centric restaurant and sports bar chain City Works must like Texas. After opening a location in Frisco in August, City Works just announced that a new...Show More Summary

Visit to Fort Worth Botanic Garden and Japanese Garden

last monthHobbies / Gardening : Digging

Although I’ve been to Dallas and its well-known public garden many times, until last weekend I’d never visited the botanical garden in nearby Fort Worth, just 45 minutes to the west. While not showy like Dallas Arboretum, Fort WorthShow More Summary

Botanical art at Stutsman garden, plus Dallas/Fort Worth nurseries

last monthHobbies / Gardening : Digging

I road-tripped up to Dallas/Fort Worth last weekend with a friend for two days of garden visiting and nursery shopping. The Garden Conservancy was hosting an Open Days tour in Fort Worth on Sunday, and my favorite garden turned out to be that of metal artist Wanda Stutsman. Show More Summary

Matt Chandler’s Village Church Ends Multisite Era

Why the Dallas megachurch has decided to go from one church to six. The Village Church, the multisite Texas megachurch led by Matt Chandler, will transition from several campuses across the DallasFort Worth (DFW) metroplex to individual...Show More Summary

Rodeo Goat Houston Pushes Back Its Opening to Mid-November

The wait continues for queso fresco-topped burgers. Dallas/Fort Worth-based burger restaurant Rodeo Goat Ice House originally anticipated opening its first Houston location in the EaDo neighborhood this spring. Then the opening got pushed back to October. Now, due to the impact of Harvey, Rodeo Goat Ice House is delaying its opening one more month. Show More Summary

Step Inside Oni Ramen, Now Slinging Late-Night Noodles In Deep Ellum

The Fort Worth export arrives in Dallas Fort Worth noodle shop Oni Ramen has officially made its way to Dallas as of this week, and it’s already a strong new contender in the city’s Japanese cuisine scene. The restaurant kicked open its doors on September 14 to crowds of hungry fans looking to avoid the drive out to Fort Worth for Oni’s broth. Show More Summary

Icelandair adds Dallas/Fort Worth, taking on Icelandic rival WOW

Two weeks ago, no airlines offered non-stop flights between Dallas/Fort Worth and Iceland. Now, there are two.        

D-II Midwestern State reaping benefits of August trip to Argentina

Midwestern State, an NCAA Division II program located in Wichita Falls, Texas, about midway between Oklahoma City and the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex, is off to a 5-2 start this season. The Mustangs are coming off a weekend in which they won three matches in Austin, beating Black Hills State of South Dakota, St. Edwards of […]

Toyota Helps Children’s Health Dallas Reduce Some CLABSI Infections 75%

First, on a personal note… some of you have reached out to express concern about me being in Orlando during Hurricane Irma. My wife and I both go back and forth between Orlando and Fort Worth because of her job and, thankfully, we are both in Texas during all of this. Show More Summary

Mexico's most powerful quake in decades kills dozens

It was a terrifying night on Mexico's Pacific Coast after a massive, 8.1-magnitude earthquake struck. Mexican officials say the death toll stands at 58. CBS Dallas/Fort Worth reporter Jeff Paul was in Puerto Escondido when the quake hit, and reports for CBS News.

WOW Air expands to Dallas/Fort Worth; Europe fares begin at $99 one way

The addition of DFW continues rapid build-up in the U.S. The airline, which just added four new routes to the Midwest, will now fly from 13 U.S. cities.        

Ezekiel Elliott asked NFL for 'truly' independent arbitrator, was denied

From the “It never hurts to ask” file, Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott asked the NFL for a “truly” independent arbitrator to hear his appeal. You already know what the answer was. Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported on Elliott’s request, as he gets prepared for Tuesday’s appeal of his six-game suspension. Show More Summary

Jason Witten sees a young Tony Romo in Cooper Rush

As Jason Witten adjusts to the retirement of his close friend Tony Romo, a young Tony Romo may be emerging in Dallas. Via Drew Davison of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Witten sees Romo in Rush. “Gosh, just his play-making ability,” Witten said. “He just continues to find ways. I’m proud of him.... [more]

Cowboys haven’t considered veteran quarterbacks, yet

Monday’s PFT Live, which marked the official debut of Chris Simms, included plenty of talk about backup quarterbacks. It was inspired by what remains a troubling backup quarterback situation in Dallas. Clarence E. Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, who reported over the weekend that the Cowboys will be discussing whether veteran journeyman Kellen Moore [more]

Fluor Announces Agreement with Texas Central

Fluor Corporation has announced that an agreement was reached with Texas Central Rail Holdings, LLC (Texas Central), to advance the preliminary development of the 240-mile high-speed passenger rail line connecting Dallas/Fort Worth and Houston.

Cowboys growing concerned about Kellen Moore as No. 2 quarterback

The Dallas Cowboys are finally realizing that which many have known for months: Kellen Moore may not be the ideal understudy to Dak Prescott at quarterback. Clarence E. Hill Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports, citing an unnamed source, that Moore “will be the subject of conversation at personnel meetings this week” after another [more]

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