Mayor Robert Cluck
ARLINGTON (CBSDFW.COM) – All sworn employees of the Arlington Police Department will be subject to random drug testing as part of a policy change following a steroid scandal involving Arlington Police officers. The new […]
The mayor for the City of Arlington, Robert Cluck, became emotional Tuesday as he addressed the court and the man convicted and sentenced for the murder-for-hire plot to kill him.
The Arlington City Council and Arlington Independent School District Board of Trustees will meet Thursday to take a look at the potential money savings by combining some operations of the school district and city hall.
A North Texas mayor and an NFL Hall of Fame member joined in to do a little demolition work. Emmitt Smith and Mayor Robert Cluck wielded sledgehammers to bust up a wall at The Salvation Army in Arlington.
The Arlington strip club owner accused of plotting to kill Mayor Robert Cluck entered a guilty plea Thursday.
While college move-in day may be routine at some places Monday’s event at the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) is a major event. This is the first semester students are moving into the new 20-acre College Park District.
In a story first heard on KRLD NewsRadio 1080, the City of Arlington is named in a lawsuit filed by two oil and natural gas industry groups. The suit centers a change in city fire code that imposes a $2,400 fee on every oil and gas well.
FBI agents raided the Kennedale home of Ryan Walker Grant and found 22 guns and more than 160 rounds of ammo, according to a search warrant.
The Arlington mayor, targeted this week in an alleged murder for hire plot, is not the only high ranking official in the city to be threatened in the last year.
The National Weather Service now says 16 tornadoes hit across North Texas on Tuesday. Today Senator John Cornyn joined Arlington Mayor Robert Cluck, checking out the damage firsthand.
An unidentified City of Arlington employee has filed an ethics complaint of misconduct or inappropriate behavior against Mayor Robert Cluck.
Gas companies that drill in Arlington will now have to pay the city a $2,500 fee, per well, every year. The money will go toward properly preparing and training firefighters.