Dallas County & City Leaders Propose Partnership To Fight HomelessnessA proposed partnership between the City of Dallas and Dallas County looks to provide more oversight for spending on homelessness.
Justice Served Via Second ChancesA diversion court program in Dallas County called AIM, which stands for Achieve Inspire Motivate, graduated its first five participants.
Lawyers Attend Final Hearing Ahead Of Price TrialA final pretrial hearing took place on Monday at the federal courthouse in Dallas in a case against a Dallas County commissioner who has been accused of accepting bribes.
Irving Had Banner Year For GrowthThousands of new jobs, $800 million in building construction and 600 new home permits has the City of Irving calling 2016 a banner year for expansion and growth.
New Dallas County DA Officially Sworn InThe new Dallas County District Attorney was sworn in during a special ceremony on Monday morning. Faith Johnson now becomes the first African American female to ever hold the office.
Dallas Co. GOP Chair: Elector Changed Mind About Voting For TrumpDallas County Republican Party Chairman Phillip Huffines criticized a North Texas elector who made national headlines after saying he won't for Donald Trump for president.
New Dallas Co. DA Hits The Ground RunningFaith Johnson, a former chief felony prosecutor and state district judge, today met with her transition team, and is already making plans, making changes, and acknowledging the challenges ahead.
Dallas County Offers Free HIV Tests On World AIDS DayDallas County Health and Human Services will be offering free HIV testing Thursday in honor of World AIDS Day. The effort is being done in order to raise HIV awareness and improve HIV education.
Dallas Prosecutors Opposing Request To Halt ExecutionDallas County prosecutors are opposing a request from a man convicted of killing his two daughters that his scheduled execution be halted while appeals courts review a judge's ruling last week that he's mentally competent for execution.
Dallas County Voters Pleased To Bring Their Voices To Election ProcessPolling places across Dallas County stayed busy with people punching in their preference for president and more.
Dallas County Election Judge Assaulted And RobbedPolice are looking for the person responsible for breaking an election judge's arm and robbing her while she was picking up donuts to bring to election workers this morning.
Judge's Death Leads To Voting Delay In Dallas CountySome voters in Dallas County on Election Day faced long delays early Tuesday after a judge failed to show up on time. As it turned out, that judge died in his home during the night.

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