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.
The earth shook and a house came tumbling down Friday in Oak Cliff, but it wasn’t a disaster. Instead, neighbors cheered as an earthmover reduced a dilapidated house in the Trinity Heights Neighborhood to a pile of rubble.
Councilman Dwaine Caraway is heading up a new initiative to tear down 250 abandoned and dilapidated properties in Dallas by the end of the year.