Latino Groups Hold Anti Trump RallySeveral groups representing the local Latino community are set to gather in downtown Dallas on Monday for a rally against Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Dallas Mayor Pro Tem Convicted Of Misdemeanor AssaultA jury has found a Dallas elected official guilty of assaulting a municipal worker who refused to let him inside City Hall because he didn't have proper identification.
Dallas Council Embraces New Trinity Parkway, Without Scrapping Toll RoadFor years, the planned Trinity toll road has divided Dallas City Hall and residents.
Accusations Fly At Dallas City Hall Over Trinity Toll Road ProjectMore than a decade in the making and construction hasn't even started on the voter-approved Trinity toll road in Dallas.
Mayor Pro Tem Says He Yelled At Accuser But Didn't "Shake"
Mayor Pro Tem Atkins Denies Assaulting City EmployeeDallas Mayor Pro Tem Tennell Atkins denies that he had physical contact with a city employee following an incident at City Hall on Wednesday morning.
Increased Security Set For Dallas City HallVisitors to Dallas City Hall will soon have fewer choices on where to enter the building. New security measures take effect on Tuesday and leave only two ground-level entrances.
Perry: America Must End 'Ambivalence' On Israel During a rally for Israel in Dallas, Governor Rick Perry told attendees that America must end a "policy of calculated ambivalence" toward the Middle East.
Dallas Residents Say No To New Sam's ClubPeople who live in the uptown area of Dallas said that they were blindsided by plans to build a Sam's Club store in their neighborhood, and they're taking the fight to city hall.
Political Turbulence Over Future Of 2 Gates At Dallas Love FieldThe stakes are high and seem to be increasing in the battle over two gates at Dallas Love Field Airport. Top executives from three airlines attended the City Council's Transportation and Trinity River Project Committee meeting at Dallas City Hall.
No Resolution In Dallas On-Demand, Taxi Transportation FightDallas City Hall tried once again to broker middle ground between traditional taxi service and app-on-demand private transport companies like Uber and LYFT. But a hoped-for resolution will have to wait for another day.
City Of Dallas Cracking Down On Pet Registration Around half a million pet owners in Dallas may not be aware that they are breaking the law.