Mayor Mike Rawlings said he got the news he was looking for as TxDOT officially endorsed the Trinity Toll Road Project. Now he’s ready to move the project forward –– but opponents of the project want him to hit the brakes.
Dallas Fire Rescue has contained a four-alarm blaze that broke out behind a waste management plant in West Dallas.
One neighborhood’s loss seems to be another’s gain after changes to the White Rock Marathon.
Dallas City Hall thinks taxpayer financing for property owners near the American Airlines Center will be a good deal—not just for those property owners, but for taxpayers and for small businesses across the Trinity River.
The city of Dallas is still weeks away from having the council formally set guidelines for gas drilling inside city limits. But a senior citizen who is unusually social media savvy is among a group of concerned people lobbying the city to take a conservative approach.
On the eve of the opening of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge it approved a nearly $5 million dollar investment for this booming area.
Councilman Dwaine Caraway is heading up a new initiative to tear down 250 abandoned and dilapidated properties in Dallas by the end of the year.
Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings’ plan is to focus on areas that have already shown promise and to expand on that growth. Neighborhoods such as West Dallas and North Oak Cliff will see some of the initial investment.
Aztec dancers performed a ceremonial dance to begin the final dedication event and formal ribbon cutting of the Margaret Hunt Bridge Sunday.
Thousands flocked to the opening celebration Saturday of West Dallas’s new link with downtown, the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge.
For the first time since Superbowl week last February, bright lights glowed on the new Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in downtown Dallas.
Critics 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.