Dallas Residents Pack Town Hall To Talk About $800M BondDozens of Dallas residents packed Dallas City Council chambers on Monday night for a town hall-style meeting with leaders of a task force handling an $800 million dollar bond for 2017.
Dallas Council Vote Supports Pension Fund Bill Before State HearingThe compromise worked out is now the basis for amendments to the House bill.
Former Dallas Councilman Don Hill Dies After Release From PrisonFormer Dallas City Council member Don Hill passed away Sunday morning due to a terminal illness after his release from prison.
Records: Low Staffing At Dallas 911 Center On Nights 2 People DiedThe city blamed delays on technical problems caused by T-Mobile's cell network and low staffing in Dallas' 911 call center.
No New Faces At Dallas City Council But Some Familiar Ones ReturnWhile there were some hotly contested Dallas City Council races, in the end, there won't be many new faces.
DPA President Calls On City Council To Protect OfficersPolice are supposed to keep us safe - but what if they don’t feel safe themselves? That’s the question the Dallas Police Association says city leaders should be asking.
Dallas Leaders Hear About 911 Center ImprovementsToday the Dallas City Council is being briefed on the most recent performance of the city's troubled 911 call center and the steps currently being taken to improve its efficiency.
Dallas Digs Deep To Prevent Another Siren HackThe city will spend $100,000 on upgrades for its emergency alert sirens.
Outdoor Emergency Siren Briefing At Dallas City Hall TodayThe whaling kept thousands of people awake and resulted in a rash of calls that overwhelmed an already troubled 911 system. Once again, the focus in Dallas is on the emergency outdoor siren system.
Dallas Council Approves Cite And Release Regarding Marijuana PossessionA new program approved Wednesday afternoon by the Dallas City Council will let people walk away with only a ticket if they're caught with less than four ounces of marijuana.
FBI Part Of Investigation Into Dallas Outdoor Warning Siren SystemDallas City Manager T.C. Broadnax wants residents to know there won't be a repeat of this weekend's siren debacle.
Dallas Officers To Help Fill 911 Operator VoidOfficers who are on light or restricted duty will temporarily fill in for one or two months until civilian call takers complete training.