City Of Dallas Takes New Approach On PanhandlersUsing the slogan “Give Right,” the campaign aims to redirect donations to organizations that help the homeless with housing, mental health services, or workforce training.
Dallas Council Votes To Settle Some Cases Over Police & Fire Back PaySeveral 20-year-old lawsuits about police and fire department back pay have finally been settled.
Lawsuits Over Back Pay By Dallas Police And Firefighters Could Be Settled TuesdayThe city has agreed to settle four of six lawsuits by 1,700 police officers and firefighters.
Dallas Voters Approve Billion Dollar Bond IssueAll 10 of the billion dollar package's propositions were passed by Dallas voters on Tuesday.
Mockingbird Footbridge To Open 6 Years Behind ScheduleThe City of Dallas will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the $17 million footbridge that crosses over Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway on Thursday.
Dallas Council Member Fights To Put Fair Park Trust Fund Back On Track“This part of the city needs small business,” said council member Kevin Felder, whose district encompasses Fair Park. The fund designed to boost economic development in the area, though, hasn’t done in its job, he says.
Dallas City Vehicle Recovered After Being Stolen At Gunpoint, Arrests MadeDallas Police said officers found an occupied, stolen Dallas Water Utilities van and attempted a traffic stop. The driver wouldn't stop.
After Crisis, Improvements Made At Dallas 911 Call CenterMonths after a crisis at the city of Dallas 911 call center may have led to two deaths, leaders at City Hall and the Dallas Police Department say there have been big improvements in staffing, work environment, and how quickly calls are being answered.
Passionate Arguments On Future Of Confederate Monuments In DallasCBS11 spent an hour on the controversial topic with a panel discussion on Facebook Live Tuesday night.
Confederate Monument Debate Tonight On Facebook LiveDallas may have removed the Robert E. Lee statue, but debate over the controversial issue will be rekindled starting next week.
Campaign Supporting $1 Billion Bond Program In Dallas BeginsMayor Mike Rawlings says the bond is crucial to continuing the city's growth and solving other problems, too.
Dallas Chief Plans Command Staff Cuts To Bolster PatrolsChief U. Renee Hall said Monday that she'll cut the command staff from nine assistant chiefs to two or three and deputy chiefs from 14 to half that or fewer.