Broadnax Set To Be Next Dallas City ManagerTacoma City Manager T.C. Broadnax has been named as the sole finalist to become the next Dallas City Manager.
Dallas Residents Meet The CandidatesWhile they don't have a vote, dozens came out to meet the five vying for the city manager position.
What Dallas Council Members Want In A New City ManagerCouncil member Philip Kingston said whoever becomes the new city manager, will face numerous challenges right away.
Mayor Rawlings Files Lawsuit To Stop Pension WithdrawlsDallas Mayor Mike Rawlings filed a lawsuit Monday seeking to stop the Dallas Police and Fire Pension system from allowing retirees to pull their deferred retirement funds from the ailing system.
Little Elm's Pat Anderson Controls Omni Hotel LightsDrive by the Dallas skyline just after sunset or just before sunrise, and you can’t miss Pat Anderson’s work.
Dallas To Interview Five Finalists For City ManagerThe Dallas City Council will interview candidates for city manager over two days next week.
Patios & Parking A Sudden Issue For Some Dallas BusinessesThe proposed amendment to a city ordinance would require taverns, bars, breweries and restaurants to provide extra parking for their patio patrons.
Man Who Stole City Equipment Involved In Fatal Wrong-Way CrashDallas police are investigating an incident where a man stole a City of Dallas backhoe and was involved in a fatal wrong way accident on North Stemmons Freeway early Sunday morning.
City Of Dallas Reaches Agreement With Controversial LandlordThe City of Dallas reached an agreement with HMK that allows all of the company's tenants to remain in their homes until June 3, 2017, or the end of the 2016-17 school year, whichever is later.
City Of Dallas Dismantles Another Homeless CampAnother Dallas homeless camp has been cleared out, leaving several people without a place to lay their heads.
Judge Delays Push To Evict Tenants From Rundown Dallas HomesJudge Ken Molberg extended a restraining order brought by residents seeking to prevent landlord HMK Ltd. from imposing an Oct. 31 deadline to move.
Grocery Store Subsidized By City Of Dallas Wants $20k More To Build A WallThe city of Dallas has already invested millions in subsidizing a grocery store in what's called a "food desert" in the city. Now, the operators of that store are asking the city for more money.