Dallas' dire oak tree situation leads this week's most-read stories
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1. Texas tree group issues dire warning to Dallas owners of oak trees. Homeowners and landscaping types may be tempted to do some spring pruning, but when it comes to oak trees, now is not the time.
2. Greyhound bus terminal in downtown Dallas is being shuttered in October. The closure is part of a nationwide trend as Greyhound bus terminals across the U.S. are being shuttered.
3. This is how far a $100,000 salary stretches in Dallas in 2024. A six-figure salary goes much farther in Dallas than any other city in North Texas - but not as far as you might think.
4. Growing Dallas-Fort Worth breakfast chain opens restaurant in McKinney. The restaurant is from Habib Akbari, an experienced Canadian restaurateur who moved to North Texas in 2023 to bestow breakfast and brunch upon us.
5. Indian restaurant with novel twist on a wrap to make Texas debut in Dallas. The restaurant will open in downtown Dallas on the ground floor of a parking building across the street from The National.