Mayor Mike Rawlings
A Dallas County grand jury indicted the manager of a City of Dallas program Thursday morning for allegedly misusing between $1,500 and $20,000 in public funds.
Professional athletes joined Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings and other city leaders at a rally that waged a public campaign against domestic violence.
The North Texas weather is cool and rainy, but organizers are hoping the conditions will do little to stop thousands from gathering at Dallas City Hall. NFL Hall of Famers Emmitt Smith and Roger Staubach are among those expected to attend a rally imploring men to stop domestic violence.
Administrators with the Dallas Independent School District (DISD) say it won’t just be “men” standing up against domestic violence at the Dallas Men Against Abuse rally happening this weekend.
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.
Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings is hoping a rally against domestic violence next month will draw at least 10,000 men to the downtown area. The mayor is stepping up his campaign to cut down on the 13,000 domestic violence cases that happen in the city every year.
Members of the Dallas Plan Commission boarded a convoy of tour vans, and headed to the L.B. Houston Golf and Sports Complex, to see for themselves proposed sites for natural gas drilling on city-owned land.
Recent school shootings across the country and deadly domestic violence cases locally has prompted leaders in one North Texas city to call for change.
The Dallas City Council has authorized the purchase and installation of an automated license plate recognition system. Dallas police will use the devices to read the license plates.
They rode into the front entrance of the Dallas Omni Hotel in luxury coach buses and when they got out, hundreds of volunteers and a red carpeted awaited them.
The city of Dallas took a concrete step toward what it hopes will be a safer city. The council okayed more than 6-million dollars for security camera upgrades.
The City of Dallas has a new tag line and logo. The message – “Big Things Happen Here” or “Cosas Grandes Pasan Aqui”.