Voters To Decide On Funding Of Crossing Guard ProgramDallas County voters will decide this November if they want to pay to keep school crossing guards on duty.
Computer Virus Disrupts City Of Dallas Systems For Second DayUsers looking to access online library searches, or pay tickets online were greeted with a frustrating message: technical difficulties.
Computer Virus Attacks Several Dallas Systems, Including 911 CenterTech teams are working Tuesday to fix computer systems for the City of Dallas after detecting a virus that impacted a number of operations, including the 911 dispatch center.
Dallas Taking New Approach To 911 Calls Regarding Mental Health IssuesA pilot program creates three-person teams made up of a police officer, a paramedic and health specialist from Parkland Hospital.
Dallas Animal Services Cracking Down On Irresponsible Dog OwnersThe warrant roundup is part of a larger effort by the city of Dallas to change the animal culture there.
State Sen. Brings Sides Together To Try To Fund Crossing Guards
DPD Chief Seeks To Clear-Up Confusion Over Anti-Panhandling OrdinanceThe Dallas Police Department is de-emphasizing another part the ordinance which targets panhandlers in special zones the city established, such as store parking lots and around ATMs in downtown, Uptown and Deep Ellum.
Dallas Crossing Guard Shares Story Amid Uncertain FutureOne crossing guard said she's heard nothing from her supervisors despite the fact Dallas County Schools says it won't have a crossing guard program after this month.
City Auditor Tells Dallas Fire-Rescue 'Significant' Improvement NeededThe city and state made 19-safety recommendations following the death of veteran firefighter Stan Wilson in 2013.
Dallas Approves Another $375K For Removal & Relocation Of Confederate Monument The Dallas City Council will pay another $375,000 for the removal and relocation of a Confederate monument.
City of Dallas Vying For FIFA World Cup In 2026The City of Dallas is vying for the 2026 FIFA World Cup, the world's largest sporting event.
Dallas Rolling Out New Text Friendly 911 Response SystemThe city of Dallas is rolling out a new 911 system Tuesday that allows people to text for help, and dispatchers are getting some advice from a nearby agency that has been using the technology for several years.