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A protest at Dallas City Hall Wednesday interrupted a discussion on gas wells that was months in the making.
The judge residing over a hearing to reduce the bond of an accused puppy killer recused himself Thursday, saying he forgot he had once spoken to the animal’s veterinarian concerning its care.
On Wednesday, Mayor Mike Rawlings threw his support behind the controversial Trinity Parkway tollroad, which is designed to be built inside the flood plain.
Dallas City Hall thinks taxpayer financing for property owners near the American Airlines Center will be a good deal—not just for those property owners, but for taxpayers and for small businesses across the Trinity River.
As the special agent in charge of the Dallas FBI, Robert Casey has overseen some of the biggest and most important criminal cases in the region’s history.
The city of Dallas is still weeks away from having the council formally set guidelines for gas drilling inside city limits. But a senior citizen who is unusually social media savvy is among a group of concerned people lobbying the city to take a conservative approach.
Dallas community rally joins the growing national movement calling for the arrest in the shooting death Florida teenager, Trayvon Martin.
The rhetoric over health care reform will likely hit a new high in the coming days: the Supreme Court is set to weigh in next week. But in Dallas, Fort Worth, and in cities around the nation Friday, religious conservatives gathered by the hundreds for noon time rallies to make their voices heard.
In an effort to save money, Dallas City Hall will consider using more solar panels on several city facilities.
It could have been a routine discussion at Dallas City Hall, but it wasn’t. The topic — whether to create a non-profit corporation so a public charter school could issue bonds.
The first look at the projected budget at Dallas City Hall next year is not good: In figures released to the council, the city manager’s office estimates a budget shortfall of between $50 million and $90 million.
After refusing to sign a pledge in support of a Constitutional law allowing same-sex marriage, Mayor Mike Rawlings met with 25 leaders in the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered community to explain why.
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