Arlington Considering Garage Sale RegulationNeighbors started complaining in the fall when they began seeing what seemed to be unending garage sales and increased traffic in their neighborhoods.
Arlington Police Adding Body CamsPolice have been testing different kinds of body cameras for more than a year.
Arlington City Council Candidate Accused Of Harassing State Rep's WifeA candidate for Arlington city council is accused of sending obscene messages to a state representative's wife.
Arlington Passes Smoking BanThe Arlington City Council approved a city-wide smoking ban, except for at Bingo halls.
City Of Arlington Pondering Potential Washington CutsAt an Arlington City Council meeting Tuesday, elected leaders were briefed on some possibilities that might mean tighter budgets and tough spending choices for large projects.
Arlington City Council To Consider Final Approval Of New Ballpark PlanThe Arlington city council will consider final approval of a plan for a new billion-dollar, taxpayer-subsidized stadium for the Rangers on Tuesday night.
Arlington Council Votes To Send Stadium Referendum To VotersThe Arlington City Council voted to move forward with plans to help build a new stadium for the Texas Rangers by agreeing to put the issue on the ballot in November.
Arlington City Council Taking Next Step On New Rangers StadiumCity leaders get a first taste of how popular the plan is with voters Tuesday night.
Arlington City Council To Hold Vote On New Stadium TuesdayThe Arlington City Council is set to vote Tuesday night on a deal with the Texas Rangers, for a new billion-dollar retractable-roof stadium.
D.R. Horton Moving Headquarters To ArlingtonMove means 500 jobs coming to Arlington, too.
Arlington Could Put Stop To Red Light CamerasDespite generating more than $2 million per year in revenue, the Arlington City Council on Tuesday afternoon will discuss doing away with the red light camera program.
Gun Carrying Group May Not Be Only Ones Affected By Arlington BansOne story reported on CBSDFW.COM has a lot of people talking. It started with Tuesday night’s vote on an ordinance by the Arlington City Council to ban guns and concealed weapons at public meetings.