Dallas Family Says Emergency Siren Was Placed Too Close To HomeThe city of Dallas is now promising it will notify neighbors before placing an emergency warning siren near their homes -- a change in policy following a family’s complaints this week.
Dallas Mayor Gives ‘Grow South’ Effort B+For years now, Mayor Mike Rawlings' 'Grow South Initiative' worked to re-energize the city's south side.
Stolen City Of Dallas Truck Found, Nearly $100K Of Equipment RecoveredThe DeSoto Police Department said several people are in custody.
Former Dallas Officer Who Shot Unarmed Man In 2013 Still Hasn’t Gone To TrialThe young man Amy Wilburn shot said his life has been put on hold due to medical complications from the shooting and a pending civil case.
HUD Inspector General Audit Criticizes Dallas, Requests Repayment of $4.2 MillionThe city of Dallas says it's working with HUD after the federal housing agency's inspector general released a very critical audit of a city program that rebuilt more than a dozen houses.
Dallas Looking To Privatize Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention CenterThe move would match other large cities, including Chicago, Miami and Los Angeles to name a few.
Dallas To Build Memorial To Lynching Of Allen BrooksA proper memorial will be built in the heart of downtown for a man who was lynched in 1910.
Dangerous Dog Task Force Meeting Canceled Despite Recent Dallas AttackDallas was set to hold another Dangerous Dog Task Force meeting on Tuesday afternoon, but the meeting was canceled less than three hours before it was to begin.