City Of Dallas
Operation Crackdown was first launched in 1993 and so far almost 1,200 so-called drug houses and buildings have been demolished in 24 cities, including Dallas.
The City of Dallas is looking to increase the amount of money it spends on making repairs to streets and alleyways. But some question if the allotted funds will be enough.
The Southside Waste Water Treatment Plant receives and cleans about 50 million gallons of dirty water a day.
If you’re visiting Downtown Dallas, a daily 12-hour rotation of buses will “link” you to those locations, free of charge, six days a week.
Street signs in some Dallas neighborhoods are starting to get bigger and shinier. The stops signs are redder and vibrant in color since the city started using newer, more reflective materials.
The City of Dallas is squeezed between competing legal claims over gate use at Love Field, so the city is asking a Federal Court to decide the issue.
The City of Dallas filed a lawsuit in federal court Wednesday seeking a declaratory judgment to determine which gate slots at Love Field various airlines are entitled to use.
Tropical Storm Bill could bring heavy rain to Texas and the greater Dallas area tomorrow evening through early Thursday morning.
Dallas city leaders met behind closed doors Wednesday to reconsider an agreement that allows a Pennsylvania based company to pitch sewer line insurance—with a letter bearing the city’s logo.
Dallas City Council will hold a special, closed-doors meeting on Wednesday to discuss a deal it approved to allow a sewer-line insurance company to use the city logo in advertisements.
Heavy rain and flooding in North Texas has caused serious damage to a number of parks in Dallas and officials with the City say the repairs aren’t covered by insurance.
One major event postponed, another one moved this weekend in Dallas.