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.
The meat packing company suspected of dumping thousands of gallons of pig blood into a creek leading to the Trinity River received a letter from the city Tuesday detailing 18 code violations that may create health problems for the general public.
In its regular council briefing session, members heard proposals for what’s called a “Complete Streets Initiative,” in which streets are thought of as more than just a way for cars to get around.
Former Pizza Hut CEO Mike Rawlings will be sworn in as the new Dallas Mayor in a ceremony being held on Monday morning.
A parade is planned for Dallas as the city celebrates its first NBA championship title and Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is picking up the tab.
In order to make up a $79 million shortfall, Dallas city leaders are considering cutting city services and positions to avoid raising taxes.
On Friday two Dallas motels, known for having a high amount of prostitution activity, were delivered letters revoking their Certificate of Occupancy permits.
The number of domestic violence incidents could be higher than you think – because most victimized men do not report it.
The City of Dallas released police records related to a domestic disturbance incident at the home of interim mayor Dwaine Caraway.
A judge denied an injunction filed by interim Mayor Dwaine Caraway that would block the release of police records.
Dallas’ new mayor has sued the city to try to prevent the release of police records related to a Jan. 2 disturbance call at his home.