City, Rangers announce new stadium funding and closing agreement

The capacity for the new stadium will be increased to 40,000. (Photo: Texas Rangers/HKS Architects)

Excess tax revenue will be made available to fund construction costs once the Rangers have exhausted their initial financial contribution


Ground broken on new General Motors supplier park

An artist's rendition of the new General Motors supplier park, located on the site of the former Six Flags Mall at Division Street and State Highway 360. (Photo: City of Arlington/StudioNorth Architecture)

The project continues an ongoing 63-year relationship between the automotive manufacturer and the City of Arlington


Local business stages festivities for National Beef Jerky Day

Beef Jerky Outlet in Lincoln Square has planned an entire week of activities in celebration of National Beef Jerky Day

National Beef Jerky Day may be Monday, but a local vendor plans to stretch the festivities for a week


WATCH: Arlington Public Transportation Forum

Organized by the Arlington Voice and the UT Arlington Institute of Transportation Engineers, the Arlington Public Transportation Forum discussed the current and future options for public transportation in Arlington


Arlington leaders tackle transportation dilemma during forum

The Arlington Public Transportation Forum at UT Arlington. Hosted by the Arlington Voice and UTA Institute of Transportation Engineers (Photo courtesy Jason Waite / Arlington Voice)

A lively discussion organized by the Arlington Voice and UTA Institute of Transportation Engineers shed light on the future of transportation in Arlington


Rescue on Six Flags' newest rollercoaster delays debut

Arlington Fire Department

At least eight riders were rescued after one of the ride's cars became stuck on the track

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