The question at check-out for some Dallas shoppers is no longer paper or plastic, it’s whether to pay a fee or bring your own bags.
After a heated Dallas Council meeting just about 24 hours ago, Dallas City Councilman Dwaine Caraway is withdrawing his plan to change the name of Lancaster Road to Nelson Mandela Boulevard.
The question of paper or plastic may soon be irrelevant in Dallas as the city recently voted to impose a bag fee.
The City of Dallas may use a “dog farm” to help control the stray pet population, city leaders say.
One city councilman in Dallas wants to ban plastic bags. In response, a group of local retailers are gathering today to let the city council and mayor know that residents don’t want such a move.
City council member Dwaine Caraway demanded action from city employee after seeing a newly opened spray park in his district looking like a muddy mess.
A proposal to ban plastic bags in the city will be considered by Dallas City Council in the next few months.
Dallas City Manager Mary Suhm answered direct questions—and criticisms—-before the city council Wednesday over the issue of natural gas drilling in parks and on city-owned land.
A Dallas Police officer is recovering from serious injuries, after he was attacked by a man suspected of being on a drug-induced rampage.
“I’m sure, I’m confident Chief Brown will do the right thing in investigating this issue,” said Council member Carolyn Davis.
The emergency response to an early morning July 4 blaze that claimed a home has a Dallas City Councilman calling for an investigation of the city’s 911 system.
Councilman Dwaine Caraway is re-booting his campaign against saggy pants.