Dallas Mayor To Walk In Oak Lawn Friday Night, Police To Add Patrols After 12th Attack"Anytime, any one neighborhood has an intensity of crimes like this, you've got to take it very seriously," says Mayor Mike Rawlings.
Dallas Mayor Helps Kick Off Salvation Army Red Kettle CampaignSoon we'll hear Salvation Army bells and see their red kettles dotting area street corners. Holiday giving is back in North Texas and kicked off at the original Neiman Marcus location on Main Street in downtown Dallas.
Laura Bush: Ebby Halliday Was "The First, First Lady of Dallas"About 3,000 people attended the service, including 1,700 associates and 200 employees.
Mayor Rawlings To Host City’s First Twitter Budget Town HallThe goal is to reach residents through traditional and social media resources so he can answer their questions.
Dallas NAACP Wants To Remove Confederate Statues From Public Property In DallasThese calls have come ever since the racially motivated shootings at a historic African-American church in South Carolina.
Dallas-Area Taxpayers Paid More Than $825K In Ebola CostsDallas-area taxpayers paid more than $825,000 in costs related to last fall's Ebola outbreak that left a foreign visitor dead and two hospital nurses infected, a newspaper reported Saturday.
High Speed Rail Between Dallas, Houston Moving AlongThe Texas company behind an effort to build a high-speed rail between Dallas and Houston has announced a major step forward in the project.
Dallas Mayor May Change Mind On Property Tax Rates Because Of PotholesThe Mayor says he would keep the property tax rate as is instead of lowering it, only if the city can use a portion of the money and quickly make a big dent in road repairs.
Dallas Police Want Bulletproof Glass, Secure Parking In Wake Of AttackThe Dallas Police Association is urging Mayor Mike Rawlings to enhance security after the recent attack on the Dallas Police Headquarters.
Inauguration For Dallas Mayor & New City CouncilThe City of Dallas has a freshly sworn in city council. The inauguration ceremony for Mayor Mike Rawlings and city council members took place at the Meyerson Symphony Center.
How Long Will It Take Police To Get To You In An Emergency?The I-Team, in a months-long investigation, has found that many police departments in north Texas are taking longer to reach extreme emergencies, such as a robbery in progress, when lives may be at risk.
Nurse Who Survived Ebola Sues Dallas Hospital SystemNina Pham filed lawsuit Monday in Dallas County against Texas Health Resources for issues from contracting Ebola.