New Details Revealed About Dallas' 911 Call CenterCBS11 has learned more about the contract between the City of Dallas and AT&T to service and maintain the 911 call center.
Dallas Officers To Help Fill 911 Operator VoidOfficers who are on light or restricted duty will temporarily fill in for one or two months until civilian call takers complete training.
Dallas Mayor Withdraws From Lawsuit Against Pension System BoardAccording to the Mayor, this action leaves "defense of the remaining $2.1 billion in the Pension System's Fund in the capable hands of the four City Council members who recently intervened in the case and their attorneys."
DART Pulled Into Dallas Police And Fire Pension DebateDallas police and firefighters are now looking to Dallas Area Rapid Transit's budget to help get their failing pension system back on track.
Sewer Line Insurance Offer Promoted With City Of Dallas LogoDallas City Council will hold a special, closed-doors meeting on Wednesday to discuss a deal it approved to allow a sewer-line insurance company to use the city logo in advertisements.
Dallas Leaders Check Out Bar's Dress CodeDallas City Council members head to an Uptown bar accused of discrimination to check out the claims for themselves.
HUD Hurls Housing Discrimination Claims At DallasThe City of Dallas could lose some federal funding, after allegations its affordable housing practices have broken civil rights laws.
Corps Of Engineers Not Liable For Levee FailureThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, responsible for building and maintaining levees, would not be liable for their own mistakes if one were to fail, according to a federal court decision.
City Wants Church To Repay Back Taxes On Foreclosed PropertyDallas Councilman Scott Griggs hopes to finesse an agreement that forgives a Dallas church’s $170,000 in back taxes it never thought it would owe, even though it bought two parcels of vacant land for $25,000.
Dallas Neighborhoods Depending On New Bridge To Bridge GapsCritics argue that the impressive Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge is a bridge to nowhere. But others see it as the future for two neighborhoods on the verge of a comeback.
Incoming Dallas Councilman Says Predecessor Disposed Of DocumentsIncoming Councilman Scott Griggs said his predecessor Dave Neumann left virtually nothing behind, except for a small amount of office supplies and a few documents.

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