Retired Dallas County Constable Cleo Steele Dead At 69Constable Cleo Steele died Wednesday after complications from heart surgery according to local Democratic Party.
Imam Cancels Prayer At Fort Worth Stock Show & RodeoThe prayers that open events at the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo are not specific to any religion and are read by people of various faiths. But the role of an Islamic leader in this year's events sparked outrage on social media.
Controversial Remarks Surface In Dallas County Judge's RaceThe Dallas County Judge race between Democratic incumbent Clay Jenkins and his Republican challenger Ron Natinsky hasn't received much publicity at all... until now.
First 48 People Come Off Ebola Watch List As of today, 48 people are now no longer on the Ebola watch list.
Commissioners Decide Against Emergency Disaster DeclarationInstead of declaring an emergency disaster Dallas leaders took no action and will rely on individuals potentially exposed to Ebola to adhere to self-monitoring guidelines and avoid public transportation.
Family Of U.S. Ebola Carrier Moves Into Donated Home Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins personally escorted the family of Ebola carrier Thomas Duncan to a 4 bedroom spacious home in a gated community Friday.
North Texans March In Labor Day Parade For Higher WagesHundreds of North Texans marched down Dallas streets holding signs calling for higher wages. It was a Labor Day Parade with a message.
Cantrell: “Ashamed” Of Commissioner’s For Not Voting Price OutAn effort to temporarily suspend embattled Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price, with pay, failed on Tuesday. Price sat expressionless as Mike Cantrell's motion failed.
Preparations For Unaccompanied Children Comes To Screeching HaltAccording to the federal government, the border crisis is no longer bad enough to need Dallas County’s help. The news meant work to prepare vacant schools and other facilities came to a screeching halt on Thursday.
Judge Acknowledges Possible Unaccompanied Children Housing DelaysDallas County Commissioners Court Judge Clay Jenkins says he knows he set an ambitious goal: By the end of this month, bring to Dallas County two thousand unaccompanied children from Central America who crossed the Texas border illegally.
Some Question Judge's Authority On Immigrant ChildrenEven as the White House prepares to take in potentially hundreds of children illegally crossing the border with Mexico on their own, some in Dallas County are questioning the authority to house them here.
DISD Considering Using Closed Campuses To House Immigrant KidsIn the last two years, the DISD has closed at least a dozen school campuses. CBS 11 News has learned that several of those buildings are now on the list of locations the federal government is looking at to temporarily house immigrant children.