Officer Sues Dallas For Back Pay After Firing OverturnedOfficer Jesus Martinez was fired in 2014 after a bystander videotaped him pinning a panhandler to the ground.
DPD Officer Plans To File Suit Against City Of DallasOfficer Martinez will ask for damages because he was not fully reimbursed by the city for his time away from the Dallas Police Department, resulting in financial loss, mental anguish and severe damage to his reputation.
City Of Dallas Changes To New App For Parking Meter PayStarting today the City of Dallas is changing the way you pay to park. For almost 80 years drivers had to keep a pocket full of coins to "feed" the meter. Now, the mobile pay system, in place since 2013, is changing.
Emergency Training To Be Held At Dallas City Hall & Reunion TowerThe city of Dallas will be conducting emergency training today at Dallas City Hall and Reunion Tower.
Big Changes To Knox Street Causing ConcernThe idea is for crews to take away a lane, widen one sidewalk, shifting parking diagonally and make the middle lane just for turning.
New Report Proposes Costly Solutions To Loose Dog Problem In DallasA deadly dog attack in South Dallas highlighted the problem of loose dogs for many people. But those who live south of the Trinity River have known about it for years.
City Leaders Push For New Underground DART LineSix Dallas City Council members publicly voiced support this week for pushing the downtown line underground.
Klyde Warren Park Expansion DiscussedThe plans call for making the children's park bigger, building a large fountain at Pearl Street, and creating space for a skating rink.
Dallas Mayor Accuses Police, Fire Associations Of Intimidation In Pay Raise FightDuring a city council briefing, Mayor Mike Rawlings accused police and fire associations of using bullying and intimidation tactics to get more money.
Dallas Considers Paying Cash To Some Homeowners To Fix PropertiesA proposal by the City of Dallas called The Home Improvement Rebate Program, would give some homeowners cash to fix their homes.
Dallas Police Associations Reject City Manager's Plan For Raises, New HiresUnder the plan, the city would spend an additional $37 million for the police and fire departments.
Improvements Seen After City Privatized Management Of Dallas ZooBut in 2009, with far less controversy than the Fair Park proposal, the Dallas City Council voted to hand over control of the Dallas Zoo to the Dallas Zoological Society, a non-profit group.