Interim Dallas Police Chief Plans Crackdown On GangsMonday, the Dallas City Council Public Safety Committee received crime statistics for the beginning of the year.
Dallas City Council Rejects $800M Bond PackageThe Dallas City Council rejected a proposal to place a $800 million dollar bond package before voters in May.
Dallas City Council Takes No Action To Fix StreetsDrivers in the city of Dallas will have to deal with bad roads at least through the end of this year.
Dallas Officials Praised For Willingness To Welcome ImmigrantsAs the state legislature moves closer to a ban on sanctuary cities, some officials in Dallas are being praised for their willingness to welcome immigrants.
Dallas Streets Will Get Worse After Bond Package Gets Pushed BackWithout the $27 million bond package, city staffers say they'll have to forgo repairs on 105 miles of streets.
Dallas Working To Standardize Court Fee WaiversAs courts around the country are being accused of creating prisons for debtors by sending defendants to jail for not paying court fees, officials said that Dallas court judges are more likely to waive those fees.
Dallas PD Losing Officers To Other CitiesThe City of Dallas is concerned after 99 officers have left since October 1.
Dallas Leaders Discuss Next Step In City Manager SearchFive candidates from five different cities are all vying to become the next Dallas City Manager. Now, on Friday, the city council will hold a special meeting to discuss what is next in the selection process.
Adult Expo Promoters Fighting To Bring Event To Dallas In 2017The promoters of an adult expo have sharpened their arguments and have again asked the court to let their show into the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center.
New Mission Statement & Goals For Dallas Animal ServicesThe department responsible for getting a handle on the stray dog situation in the city of Dallas took what they say is a positive step forward today.
Lakewood Theater Receives Historic DesignationThe designation means the east Dallas 1938 icon would look the same for years to come. There can be no changes to the façade, marquee, tower or interior murals – no matter what the space becomes.
Dallas Mayor Rawlings Supports Plans For New Subway LineRawlings is planning for the future, even as some city council members said the past could bankrupt Dallas. They’re concerned about a 20-year-old lawsuit involving police and firefighter pay that’s heading for court soon.

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