Dallas City Council
The Dallas City Council has approved a two-year pilot project for a free downtown shuttle service with stops at more than a dozen sites including the Sixth Floor Museum.
Two city leaders have put their pride on the line in a friendly wager over a college football game. SMU plays TCU on Saturday in the traditional Iron Skillet rivalry matchup.
Businesses and local governments across the country are bracing for changes coming to healthcare next Tuesday. That is when a key part of the Affordable Care Act goes into effect.
The Dallas City Council passed a new budget for the 2013-14 fiscal year, as required by law. And though the economy is improving, the vote was not without controversy.
A new on-demand car service could soon be coming to Dallas.
When thousands of people are expected to crowd into Dallas for the 50th anniversary of the Kennedy assassination, Dallas Police will have some special, new cameras.
A world-class cancer center may soon call North Texas home. The development is expected to bring thousands of people to the Metroplex, but the proposal must first make it past the Dallas City Council.
After years of back-and-forth negotiations, the issues of erecting natural gas wells and compressors in the city of Dallas failed late Wednesday afternoon at Dallas City Hall.
The debate over natural gas drilling is heating up again on Wednesday. The Dallas City Council is expected to vote on whether or not to give one company the green light to start drilling.
The City of Dallas is going to take a closer look at plastic bags on Wednesday afternoon, as councilmembers decide on whether to ban them in favor of reusable sacks.
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.
North Texas on Friday is honoring the life and legacy of former Dallas City Council member Leo Chaney Jr., who died earlier this week in a fire at his south Dallas home.