The legendary comedy troupe Second City is spoofing Dallas at Dallas Theater Center. The run of the show, “Second City Does Dallas,” has been extended to October 6.
A Dallas police officer caught on camera pushing an Occupy Dallas protestor during an early November rally has been suspended.
An annual animal rights protest at Neiman Marcus’ downtown Dallas flagship store ended with fake blood splattered across the iconic store’s front windows and two people in jail.
Whether you’ve reached the end of your rope or merely the end of your week, welcome to Whitt’s End:
Dallas’ mayor says the “tipping point” leading up to this morning’s removal actually took place during a bank occupation more than a week ago.
Violence, sanitation, and violations of city laws led Dallas police to evict the Occupy Dallas protestors from their campsite early Thursday morning.
The city severed its contract with Occupy Dallas protesters late Wednesday night, permitting dozens of officers on horseback and in riot gear to clear the encampment and arrest anyone who refused to leave after 1 a.m.
An attorney for Occupy Dallas says protesters can stay at a campsite near City Hall four more weeks as long as they obey the law.
City officials told Occupy Dallas protesters this afternoon that they will not be evicted Tuesday, despite a federal judge’s ruling that blocked the group’s injunction against the city.
“A week or so after we moved here, a little cold was going through,” said protestor Rich Coffman.
A federal judge has refused to grant an order sought by Occupy Dallas demonstrators to prevent the city from closing their campsite.
Occupy Dallas protestors will have one more night at their downtown camp before they learn if they must pull up stakes and move out.