Woman Bit More Than 40 Times By Loose DogsA Dallas woman, fresh out of the hospital from a brutal dog attack, spent the Fourth of July inside away from the fireworks and barking dogs.
Public Feedback Wanted At Dallas Homelessness MeetingsThe new Dallas Commission on Homelessness wants feedback from the public and is hosting two public meetings this week to let residents speak up.
Big Lane Shifts In Downtown Dallas This WeekendMore changes are coming as part of the Horseshoe Project around the Mixmaster, one of the most congested roadways in Texas.
Shelter Workers Struggle With Having To Put Animals Down“It’s hard. It’s difficult,” said Andrew Sanchez of Dallas Animal Services. “It’s the hard part of the job.”
Detailed Report Released After Deadly Dog AttackThe City of Dallas says it has found 12 areas where it can improve regarding its stray animal response in its review of last month's deadly dog pack mauling of Antoinette Brown.
Local Artist Calls Out Litter BugsLuis Collie has been hanging his latest “art” pieces at some of the busiest intersections in Oak Cliff for the past few weeks.
Dallas Reports First Positive West Nile Sample Of YearSpraying begins Wednesday and Thursday between 9:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m.
Cleveland Says It's Ready To Rock With GOP ConventionThe City of Dallas was a finalist and came in second to Cleveland in its effort to host the GOP Convention.
Vigil For Dallas Dog Mauling Victim After City Manager Announces RetirementFamily and friends of Antoinette Brown raised candles and wrote messages as music played in the background along the Continental Avenue Bridge.
Dallas City Manager A.C. Gonzalez Announces RetirementGonzalez informed Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings and the City Council Monday he will retire in January 2017.
Postal Workers To Dallas Officials: Handle Loose Dog ProblemMail carriers are fighting for their safety as officials with the City of Dallas continue to struggle answer the stray dog problem. The Postmaster and letter carriers will go before the Dallas City Council to address the risks they face every day.
Construction Delay On Greenville Avenue Hurting BusinessesA road project along Greenville Avenue will continue through the summer as crews work to finish a project intended to improve pedestrian and business accessibility.