2 Fatal Shootings Are The Latest In Dallas Crime TrendPolice are looking for a killer after two deadly shootings at a north Dallas apartment complex. These killings add to an already deadly month of March compared to last year, and some disturbing overall crime numbers for the City of Dallas.
Woman's Death May Motivate City To Change McKinney AvenueThe family of 34-year-old Emily Javadi who was killed a year ago will gather at the Kessler Theater in Oak Cliff Thursday night to raise money for the charity in her name.
Exxxotica Threatens Lawsuit Over Expo BanOrganizers of the expo say they are ready to sue the city unless leaders change their minds about banning them from the Dallas Convention Center.
Dallas City Leaders Vote To Ban X-Rated ExpoSex and adult entertainment will not take center stage this year in downtown Dallas, after the city council voted to ban the group that hosted a porn convention last year from coming back to North Texas.
Hundreds Show Up To Meeting On Future Of Fair ParkThe future of Fair Park may include a private management operation, given the directive to turn the Dallas park into a fully-developed destination site for families and visitors alike.
Dallas Landmark Commission Approves Preservation Of SpringThe Dallas Landmark Commission has taken the unusual step of approving historic status for a natural spring just south of downtown.
Further Delay Possible For Dallas Pothole ProblemThe pothole problem in Dallas could be prolonged after Mayor Mike Rawlings announced that he wanted to discuss a possible postponement of a 2017 bond package that would help fund road improvements.
DISD Leaders Oppose New Oak Cliff Charter SchoolThere are too many charter schools taking too much public money. That is the argument being made by Dallas ISD leaders who want the Dallas City Council to vote against another charter school in southwest Oak Cliff.
Charter School Fight In DallasDallas ISD board member says there are too many charter schools in her neighborhood.
Council Approves Rest Breaks For Dallas Manual Labor WorkersToday is the last Dallas City Council meeting of the year and this morning members approved an ordinance that supporters’ hope will save lives. The council approved an ordinance requiring that manual labor workers get rest breaks.
Dallas Committee Recommends Ticket Only If Caught With MarijuanaThe Dallas city council's safety committee talked Tuesday about the idea which would apply only to Dallas County residents who are busted carrying just a small amount of marijuana.
DPD Chief Says He Needs More OfficersThis is a problem the I-Team first raised in May when we showed you the numbers.