The television show Dallas originally aired as a five-episode miniseries starting on the first Sunday of April, 1978. Though the show was never intended to continue beyond the initial five episodes, its popularity led to the creation of an additional twelve full seasons, ending after the thirteenth.
The original mini series was shot over six weeks during the winter of 1977, on location in Dallas, Texas. The Cloyce Box Ranch served as the first 'South Fork Ranch' exterior, and a Swiss Avenue building was used for the interior stage sets.
Everyone worked together to develop a plan that would help save lives, and it worked ... The city worked to keep things going through video conferences, he said ... City staff has been talking to different contractors and the idea of developing north Tyler is catching on ... A contractor out of Dallas is working with the city to develop the 540 acres, he said.
Dallas offered up a few of her personal favorites about life in Rollingwood ... With a background in building, a specialization in home design, and a list of preferred contractors practically a mile long, Dallas estimates that she helps around 80 percent of her clients with remodels after they've purchased.
If the feds somehow allowed shelters and foster-care programs that lose state licensure to continue taking in children, Abbott’s order would put contractors themselves in a difficult position ...Catholic Charities of Dallas, would have to decide which population they want to serve.
DALLAS – Students in DallasHigh School career and technical education classes will enter a new home by the start of next school year. The 13,000-square foot building broke ground in September 2020 and is expected to reach “substantial completion” this week, said Dallas Facilities DirectorBob Archer.
DALLAS -- Conditions for about 2,000 migrant teen boys at a temporary emergency shelter in downtown Dallas are worrying advocates and former contract employees ... "This is a humanitarian crisis in the convention center," said Josephine Lopez-Paul, Dallas AreaInterfaith's lead organizer, who did volunteer work at the convention center.
DALLAS — Conditions for about 2,000 migrant teen boys at the temporary emergency shelter in downtown Dallas are worrying advocates and former contract employees ... “This is a humanitarian crisis in the convention center,” said Josephine Lopez-Paul, Dallas AreaInterfaith’s lead organizer, who did volunteer work at the convention center.
DALLAS—Fears that kids are going hungry, and even fainting for that reason ... In mid-March, over 2,200 unaccompanied migrant youth were brought to the Dallas facility ... In Dallas, the management of the effort has been contracted to the ProvidenciaGroup, a for-profit federal contractor that only came into existence in June 2020.