Mayor Mike Rawlings said even police, fire and the courts are on the table for potential cuts as Dallas leaders stare at a projected budget gap worth tens of millions of dollars next year.
Crews lost a lost a bucket with seven battery case fragments placed inside.
The Eighth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution prohibits cruel and unusual punishments, but one inmate’s execution was anything but.
A pro-marijuana legalization group named Progress Texas has put up a billboard in support of its cause. Some people may call it a “sign of the times,” after the legalization of recreational marijuana in Colorado two years ago.
The $1.5 billion dollar plan called the I-635 LBJ Freeway East project would expand the highway between Central Expressway and I-30.
Love them or hate them, water restrictions are a fact of life in North Texas.
It’s a new destination for American Eagle Airlines and in the next several months, Dallas-based 7-11 may move its corporate headquarters to this city.
McKinney police said three teenagers — two boys and a girl — younger than 17 were rushed to two different hospitals after overdosing on drugs Saturday.
The mother of the Kaufman County DA murdered last year speaks out about the suspects & remembers her son.
Kevin McCully is pleased to hear the U.S. Department of Education’s Office For Civil Rights in Dallas is investigating his allegations of sex discrimination involving student athletics at Stephenville High School.
Dallas-based aviation consultant, Ken Jenkins, has advised Malaysia Airlines on how to console families.
Attorney General Eric Holder’s announcement that the federal government is expanding its recognition of same sex couples received applause and cheers in some circles.