City Of Dallas
One major event postponed, another one moved this weekend in Dallas.
Southern Dallas hasn’t experienced the job and development boom that much of North Texas has.
But since the University of North Texas at Dallas opened its campus, just across Camp Wisdom Road in Dallas in 2010, DART started expanding its Blue Line.
A veteran firefighter’s widow has accused the City of Dallas and its fire department of a coverup in her husband’s death – an accusation Dallas fire officials deny.
Wednesday city leaders cut the ribbon on a new archive vault, located deep inside Dallas City Hall. The facility is designed to shield the city’s most important records from the ravages of time.
Neighbors and a family demand the City of Dallas add a traffic light at an intersection after a man is fatally injured.
What we’ve noticed here is cars are getting up and over the high five without any problems.
Looking for a vacant parking meter in Downtown Dallas? Now there’s an app for that.
The question at check-out for some Dallas shoppers is no longer paper or plastic, it’s whether to pay a fee or bring your own bags.
The question in Dallas is no longer simply paper or plastic. Starting Thursday for every single-use bag, both plastic and paper, customers will be charged a five-cent environmental fee.
There will be a costly removal after a parking meter mix-up in downtown Dallas. Several parking meters were installed next to a bike lane in the 1800 block of Wood Street.
The city is apologizing after human error causes a scare in Dallas. Wednesday morning all of the outdoor warning sirens sounded off for no reason.
In a little less than a month a new plastic bag fee will go into effect in Dallas. Customers will have to pay a nickel a bag unless they take their own boxes or bags to stores.