Dallas Mayor Talks Memorial Service, Chief Brown & Future Of CityMayor Mike Rawlings invited President Obama to Dallas to participate in and deliver remarks at an interfaith memorial service today. Before that service the Mayor spoke about DPD, its leader and what lies ahead for the City.
Dallas City Manager A.C. Gonzalez Announces RetirementGonzalez informed Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings and the City Council Monday he will retire in January 2017.
Past Incidents Lead Some To Question City's Loose Dog InitativeIn early 2015, Lewis claims was bitten by a couple dogs in North Dallas. Records show the city's Animal Services Department opened, investigated and closed the case of the attack in just 18 hours, apparently without asking her what happened.
Dallas Woman Hospitalized Following Attack By Pack Of DogsCity leaders are working to do more about the the issue of dogs running loose in the city after a pack of them put a woman in the hospital.
Dallas Mayor Discusses Plan Of Attack To Reduce CrimeAfter a staggering spike in Dallas violent crime numbers, Police Chief David Brown and Mayor Mike Rawlings met today to roll out a new plan to combat it.
Homeless Census Shows Numbers Up In Dallas & Collin CountyThe latest count of homeless people living in Dallas and Collin Counties shows there's been an almost 30-percent increase since last year. The latest unofficial census focused on what are called unsheltered homeless.
Petition Aims To Help Motorcyclists Park In DFWThere's a new parking idea emerging that motorcyclists say will help ease headaches for riders and drivers.
Advocates Say Exxxotica Expo Encourages Sex TradeThe Dallas city council said an adult sex expo is not welcome in the city and advocates for sex trafficking victims agree.
Hundreds Show Up To Meeting On Future Of Fair ParkThe future of Fair Park may include a private management operation, given the directive to turn the Dallas park into a fully-developed destination site for families and visitors alike.
Dallas Police-Fire Pension Problems May Push Back 2017 BondDue to risky investments that went bad, Rawlings said the police and fire pension fund is nearly $1 billion in the hole and could go broke in next 15 years.
Dallas Mayor Helps Kick Off Salvation Army Red Kettle CampaignSoon we'll hear Salvation Army bells and see their red kettles dotting area street corners. Holiday giving is back in North Texas and kicked off at the original Neiman Marcus location on Main Street in downtown Dallas.
First Male-Only Shelter In State Opening In Dallas Next YearThis increase in male victims coming forward is said to be largely due to the Dallas Police Department Lethality Assessment Program and Mayor Mike Rawlings’ efforts to increase awareness.