Officials Could Soon Vote On Future Of Fair ParkThe future of a Dallas landmark could be decided on Thursday. Officials with Fair Park are set to meet at Dallas City Hall and they could be voting on an agreement with some big money at stake.
Dallas Leaders Meet To Discuss Growing Crime RatesThe Dallas PD is still trying to crack down on violent crime, but newly released statistics show that the total number of murders within the city are up this year when compared to the same high numbers of last year.
Leaders Discuss K2 Drug Problem At City Hall MeetingLeaders in Dallas are trying to figure out what it will really take to stop a growing drug problem. Today city officials will hear from police and discuss plans on how to combat K2.
Veterans Day Events Held Across The MetroplexNorth Texans took time Wednesday to salute our nation's veterans. Many people went to one of several events planned across the Metroplex, including a big parade in downtown Dallas.
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.