Police Misconduct Cases Costing Dallas Taxpayers MillionsIn the past five years, the City of Dallas has spent more than $10.8 million to settle lawsuits against Dallas police officers.
New Effort To Change Name Of Freeway Named For KKK MemberR. L. Thornton, a former Dallas mayor, was a prominent member of the Ku Klux Klan.
Dallas Police Leaders Fear Officer Shortage Could Delay Calls; Witness: 'It Took Too Long For Them (Police) To Get Here, I Was Thinking He Was Going To Die'Dallas Police officers have been leaving the police department in droves. Critics say that's affecting what happens when people in crisis call 911.
Citizens Paint Road Markers At Dangerous Dallas IntersectionThe group targeted the intersection where Seventh Street, Tyler Street and Kings Highway meet.
Dallas Business Owners Fear Impact Of Proposed Strip ClubA North Texas businessman just filed paperwork to obtain a “Sexually Oriented Business” permit for a property at 10900 Petal Street near Lake Highlands.
End Of The Road Is Near For Long-Planned Dallas Trinity Parkway"My job is to pull the city together. I don't think the city wants that at this point," said Mayor Mike Rawlings.
Effort Underway To Change Name Of Busy Road In DallasA new proposal within the City of Dallas could change the name of Plano Road to North Lake Highlands Drive.
Community Groups That Interviewed DPD Chief Finalists Share OpinionsA variety of community groups praised all of the candidates as being qualified to run DPD, but some of those who interviewed the candidates said they disagreed sharply over their favorites.
Meet The Candidates For Dallas Police Chief PoliceCandidates interviewing for Dallas Police Chief will be available for a citizen meet and greet from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Tuesday July 11 at Dallas City Hall.
Memorial Honoring 5 Fallen Police Officers In Dallas UnveiledOn this day before the one-year anniversary five police officers lost their lives in the ambush in downtown Dallas, their families, fellow officers and citizens they served gathered for the unveiling of the Dallas Circle of Heroes Memorial.
Social Media Photo Turns Attention To Fire Station Without ACThe City of Dallas is trying to make repairs after a social media photo showed the temperature inside one fire station at a sweltering 99 degrees.
City Of Dallas Ready To Build Second Deck ParkThe city council's vote to spend $7 million sets the first phase in motion to build the deck park over I-35E between Ewing and Marsalis.

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