Protestors Rally Around Fired Dallas Patrolman Jesus MartinezProtesters upset by the arrest and termination of a community police officer in Deep Ellum converged at city hall Wednesday.
Single Finalist Remains For Fort Worth City Manager JobFort Worth is one step closer to selecting its next city manager.
Sir RIchard Branson Says He's Ready To Fight For Love Field GatesVirgin America's iconic founder Sir Richard Branson says he is baffled his airline is being forced to fight for two gates at Dallas Love Field Airport.
Fort Worth City Council Candidates Share Visions For TechnologyThe Fort Worth City Council interviewed their final four candidates for city manager Tuesday in a day long, closed door session.
Hoops Controversy In University ParkA University Park family says it doesn’t understand why the city has rejected its basketball hoop. Now, the City Council will decide its fate.
Irving City Council To Decide Future Of City ManagerA specially-called Irving City Council meeting Wednesday night is expected to determine the immediate future of City Manager Tommy Gonzalez.
Questions Remain After Fort Worth CFO's FiringThe woman who held the purse strings to Fort Worth’s $1.4 billion budget said she was treated like a criminal during her sudden removal from city hall last month.
Kennedale Mayor Out Amid Inappropriate Contact AllegationsThe only sign of the space where Bryan Lankhorst’s portrait has lived in the Kennedale City Council chambers is now a nail hole, an empty remnant of his six years as Mayor.
Keller City Manager Says 'Not Enough Work,' Fires HimselfThe City Manager of Keller is getting rid of some dead weight and to help the city he is including himself in the cuts. Dan O'Leary told the city council this week that he is firing himself.
Dallas City Manager Warns To Expect $50M – $90M Budget ShortfallThe first look at the projected budget at Dallas City Hall next year is not good: In figures released to the council, the city manager's office estimates a budget shortfall of between $50 million and $90 million.
Dallas Council Briefed On Using Bond Program To Pay For Flood ControlCity Manager Mary Suhm briefed the council Wednesday on a proposed 2012 bond program using a plea for flood control in the East Dallas area.
Water Restrictions Ahead For DallasThe impact of the devastating drought is still being felt in North Texas, where watering restrictions continue.