Bill Would Expand, Limit Open Carry In TexasThe owner of Targetmaster Indoor Shooting Center in Garland is against a new bill that would make licensing to carry a handgun, required education classes and fees -- optional.
Bill Proposed Allowing Dallas To Opt Out Of Open CarryA North Texas lawmaker is proposing a bill that would allow Dallas to opt-out of open carry.
City Leaders At Odds About Vision For Deck Park Near ZooThe plan to build a second deck park over I-35E near the Dallas Zoo is creating an ideological duel between two community leaders.
Deep Ellum's Violent Crime Spike Has People On EdgeRobberies, thefts and most recently a sexual assault in Deep Ellum has business owners, patrons and residents on edge in the area.
Pay Raises Coming For Dallas First RespondersPay raises are on the way for Dallas’ first responders. The city council today approved a $3.1 billion dollar spending plan that includes salary increases for both police and firefighters.
Attorney Interested In Dallas DA Job Asks Gov. Abbott For WaiverA Dallas attorney vying for the vacant district attorney seat has asked the governor for a waiver so she can apply.
Frisco Planning & Zoning Commission Denies Prop To Build Oncor SubstationThe City of Frisco Planning & Zoning Commission voted 4-to-1 on Tuesday night, denying Oncor plans to build a new substation along Legacy Drive.
Red-Light Camera Tickets In Frisco Jump 59 PercentOfficials with the city of Frisco said they can't explain a significant increase in red-light camera tickets there in the past year.
Dallas To Prioritize Roads In BudgetDallas is aiming to fix many of the worst roads in the city, by making it a bigger priority in the budget.
Blind Man Says McKinney Intersection Unsafe For Disabled PeopleA McKinney man says a busy intersection is a sign the city is neglecting its citizens with disabilities.
Frisco Residents Petition Against Proposed Electric SubstationFrisco's explosive growth may seem unstoppable, but something has to power all the new developments under construction.
Dallas City Council Approves $24M To Improve RoadsDallas streets aren't expected to get any better this year but they shouldn't get any worse either, according to city officials