Deep Ellum Upset Over Ad GimmickA health insurance company is now apologizing after its sidewalk advertisements in Deep Ellum angered businesses and residents.
Council Members & Bike Enthusiasts Show Support For Cycling MovementToday was Bike to City Hall Day in Dallas and a number of city council members grabbed their helmets, pedaled out and joined bike enthusiasts to show support for the growing cycling movement.
Dwaine Caraway Announces Bid For Dallas County CommissionerToday former city councilman Dwaine Caraway announced his bid for the Dallas County Commissioner, challenging longtime Commissioner John Wiley Price.
Inauguration For Dallas Mayor & New City CouncilThe City of Dallas has a freshly sworn in city council. The inauguration ceremony for Mayor Mike Rawlings and city council members took place at the Meyerson Symphony Center.
Late City Councilman Could Be At Center Of Street Name Tug-Of-WarHe was sometimes polarizing in life. Now the late Dallas City Councilman Al Lipscomb could be at the center of a new tug-of-war with another Dallas icon: Grand Avenue.
City Council Approves $3.2 Million For Trinity River CleanupHow much is scenic beauty worth? Can a price be put on it? The Dallas City Council has put a price of $3.2 million on the cleanup of one of its scenic gems -- the Trinity River.
Leaders Pay Respect To Former Councilman Chaney At Hall of State They called him "Big Cat". Leo Chaney proudly represented south Dallas on the city council for eight years. Even after he left Dallas City Hall, Chaney never stopped fighting to improve the community that he loved.
House Fire Claims Life Of Former Dallas City CouncilmanOfficials with Dallas Fire Rescue have confirmed former Dallas City Councilman Leo Chaney has died.
Backlash Against HIV/AIDS Billboard In DallasMore than 14 thousand people living in Dallas County are living with HIV and many of them don't even know it.
Corps Of Engineers Not Liable For Levee FailureThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, responsible for building and maintaining levees, would not be liable for their own mistakes if one were to fail, according to a federal court decision.