Former Dallas Councilwoman Carolyn Davis' Daughter Melissa Davis-Nunn Passes Away Following Wrong-Way CrashMelissa Davis-Nunn 27, died at the hospital Wednesday afternoon.
Suspect In Wrong-Way Crash That Killed Carolyn Davis, Daughter Was Previously Convicted 5 Times For DWIThe suspect who is accused of causing a crash that killed former Dallas city councilmember Carolyn Davis and her daughter was previously arrested and convicted five times for driving while intoxicated.
Former Dallas City Council Member Carolyn Davis Killed In Wrong Way CrashCBS 11 News has confirmed the person killed in a wrong-way crash Monday night was former Dallas City Council member Carolyn Davis.
1 Killed In South Dallas Wrong Way CrashThe crash involving a sedan and an SUV happened around 7:45 p.m.
State Lawmaker Running For Dallas Mayor To File Anti-Public Corruption LegislationDuring a news conference at the State Capitol Monday afternoon, Rep. Eric Johnson said, "My running for Mayor has nothing to do with this."
Former Dallas City Council Member Pleads Guilty To Taking BribesA former Dallas City Council member has pleaded guilty to accepting bribes from a real estate developer while serving on the council's Housing Committee.
Late City Councilman Could Be At Center Of Street Name Tug-Of-WarHe was sometimes polarizing in life. Now the late Dallas City Councilman Al Lipscomb could be at the center of a new tug-of-war with another Dallas icon: Grand Avenue.
Apartment Demolition Delights Area ResidentsTroubled. An eyesore, a magnet for crime – those are just some of the ways one apartment complex in South Dallas had long been described. Now the only correct adjective is… gone.
Mayor, City Hall Support Chief Brown In Shooting Investigation“I’m sure, I’m confident Chief Brown will do the right thing in investigating this issue,” said Council member Carolyn Davis.
Some Dallas Council Members Remain Upset With City's Attendance PolicyThe simple task of taking detailed attendance records during public meetings continues to stir controversy among members of the Dallas City Council more than two years after the measure was enacted.