Tens Of Millions Of Dollars Remain In Past Dallas Bond ProgramsFrom streets to improvements at Dallas City Hall, records show there are still lots of incomplete projects listed in past bond programs, including one from 11 years ago.
Dallas Leaders Continue To Scrub City Of Confederate TributesThe Confederate War Memorial at Pioneer Plaza will also be targeted for removal.
With Statue Removed, Lee Park's Name Likely To Go NextRobert E. Lee Park in Dallas is expected to revert to its original name, Oak Lawn Park.
Dallas Hurricane Harvey Mega-Shelter Is ClosingAccording to the Red Cross, about 350 evacuees are still living there.
Inaugural Dallas Bike Ride Happens In NovemberThe leisurely ride will take cyclists around the Design District, Bishop Arts District, Uptown and Downtown.
City Of Dallas Wants Input On Cultural PlanFor the first time since 2002, the City of Dallas is putting together a cultural plan, but they're taking their time and asking for help from the public.
City Of Dallas Answers Questions About Future Of Confederate Statue"We are currently searching for a company that has a crane available for this type of job and is willing to do it," the city said.
Group Planning Protest Over Removal Of Confederate StatueThe group is planning to protest the removal of a Confederate statue from a park in Dallas. The rally is planned for Saturday, but no one knows where.
New Dallas Police Chief: 'There Will Be Change'Chief Renee Hall wouldn't elaborate on the new, innovative approaches she says the department is taking.
First 200 Hurricane Harvey Evacuees Arrive At Dallas Mega-ShelterAn additional 659 evacuees are now being housed inside the city's three other shelters, which are just about full.
Dallas Mayor: Tens Of Thousands More Harvey Evacuees Could Come To DFWThe Mayor made his comments one day before the city is set to open a mega-shelter for 5,000 evacuees at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in downtown Dallas.
Dallas Preparing Convention Center To Take In Harvey EvacueesDallas is making plans to house up to 5,000 Gulf Coast residents in a “mega shelter” in the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center.