Dallas County Judge Asks Mayor For Lower Tax RateThe Dallas County Judge is asking Dallas' mayor to lower the tax rate.
Dallas Builds Bridge With Builders To 'GrowSouth'If Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings were to throw out the South Dallas welcome mat—it would be middle class homeowners that he would want to walk across it. And that takes homes. Nice. New. And if the mayor has his way—they’re on the way.
Woman Mauled By Pack Of Dogs DiesAntoinette Brown remained hospitalized for a week but never regained consciousness.
Mayor Vows Improved Efforts To Take Aggressive Dogs Off StreetsPolice say a pack of six dogs mauled Antoinette Brown around 4:00 a.m. on May 2. Her son says she died Monday night.
Spirited Debate Over Future Of Fair ParkA special meeting was scheduled by city council and Mayor Mike Rawlings to discuss how best the revitalize one of the most important properties in North Texas.
Blogger Who Advocated Making Rape Legal Cancels Meet-Up Over Safety ConcernsAn internet blogger who wants to “legalize rape,” announced on Wednesday night he was canceling a world-wide meet-up day for his internet followers.
DPD Chief Says He Needs More OfficersThis is a problem the I-Team first raised in May when we showed you the numbers.
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.

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