Dallas Mayor To Leaders On Gun Violence: "Lead Or Get The Hell Out Of The Way"Dallas mayor Mike Rawlings is upset with leadership in Washington and around the country, for not doing enough about gun violence.
Abbott Criticizes Dallas Leaders For Police & Fire Pension ProblemsTexas Governor Greg Abbott had sharp criticism for Dallas city leaders who are trying to save the police and fire pension system which could go broke in the next ten years.
Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings Releases Plans For Trinity River ParkDallas Mayor Mike Rawlings revealed the city’s plans on Friday morning for a new park to be built at the Trinity River.
Mall Shooting Dampens Revitalization HopesOverhauling Southwest Center Mall has been a priority for the Dallas mayor.
Campaign 2015: Texans Take On Voting NightIt may have been stormy out, but North Texas voters made their voice heard Saturday night at the ballot box. In Dallas, Mike Rawlings took 74% of the vote. In Frisco, all 8 bond propositions passed.
Dallas Native, Golf Pro Given "Key To The City"Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings has awarded his first-ever "key to the city" to 20-year-old golfer Jordan Spieth.
VIDEO: The 50th: Honoring The Memory Of President John F. KennedyDallas remembers the life, legacy and leadership of America's 35th President, John F. Kennedy.
Protests Planned For DISD Superintendent Mike MilesThe hits keep coming for DISD Superintendent Mike Miles, as the complaints against him continue to mount.
Former Dallas Mayor & U.S. Trade Rep. Ron Kirk On His Tenure, Politics, Return To TexasAfter four years, a trusted member of President Obama's cabinet is leaving office.
Kaplan Hires Ex-Dallas Mayor Tom LeppertFormer U.S. Senate candidate and Dallas Mayor Tom Leppert has a new job as president of the test-prep giant Kaplan, Inc.
Dallas To Add 600 New Cameras To Cut CrimeThe city of Dallas took a concrete step toward what it hopes will be a safer city. The council okayed more than 6-million dollars for security camera upgrades.
Council Discusses Dallas 911 System UpgradesSome recent controversial 911 calls provided the background for a discussion on new computers for the City of Dallas during Wednesday’s council briefing. Improvements to the call center were among the items discussed.