Opposition To 'Pride Month' Proclamation In Rowlett Could Lead City Council To Limit Mayor's PowerA move to recognize Pride Month in the city of Rowlett has stirred controversy, after several local pastors spoke in opposition to the decision.
Dallas Police Chief Renee Hall Facing Criticism Following Report On ProtestsChief Renee Hall’s report has already drawn criticism from the mayor and today she received an earful from the city’s public safety committee.
Wylie Mayor Eric Hogue Believes Women Should Be Silent In Churches And During Council InvocationThe mayor of Wylie admits he doesn't believe women should lead prayers in church or during political meetings, but says people are reading more into a recent email statement than they should.
Atmos Requests Higher Rates To Help Pay For Improvements 2 Years After Deadly Dallas ExplosionAtmos Energy is requesting higher rates to help pay for improvements two years after a gas explosion killed a young girl in northwest Dallas.
Dallas Leader’s Roundtable Talks City's Past, Present, FutureSix black men and women represent the well-being of 1.4 million City of Dallas residents. CBS 11 news sat down to chat with them about the present and future state of the city, with a nod to the past.
New Scooter Regulations Likely On The Way In DallasOn Tuesday afternoon, Dallas City Council's Transportation and Infrastructure Committee will be briefed on new regulations on when and where motorized scooters can and can't be used.
Fort Worth ISD To Consider Landmark Anti-Vaping ResolutionsThe Fort Worth ISD Board of Education and City Council will each consider resolutions at their meetings advocating for community dialogue on the health risks of vaping.
New Plano Police Chief Ed Drain Will Make History In The CityThe City of Plano will make history January 13, that's when city council members officially hire their next top cop.
Dallas City Council Considers Replacing Columbus Day With Indigenous Peoples' DayRepresentatives of multiple organizations from the Dallas Native American Community plan on attending Tuesday's meeting, where council members will consider a resolution recognizing the second Monday in October as Indigenous Peoples' Day.
Fort Worth Approves $1.8B Budget To Lower Property Tax Rate, Improve InfrastructureThe city of Fort Worth has approved a $1.8 billion budget that will be used to lower the property tax rate, improve infrastructure and create more city jobs.
'Save Chick-Fil-A' Religious Freedom Law To Go In Effect SundayThe "Save Chick-fil-A" religious freedom law, one of the most talked-about issues during a state legislative session, will go into effect Sept. 1.
New Dallas Mayor, Council Cement Public Safety As Their Top PriorityAt a specially called meeting Monday morning, Dallas’ new Mayor and the City Council cemented public safety as their top priority.
Blue Mound Mayor Alan Hooks Puts Police Chief Randy Baker On Paid Administrative LeaveBlue Mound Mayor Alan Hooks told CBS 11, he has put Police Chief Randy Baker on paid administrative leave until July 2, when the city council will consider possible termination.
Robert E. Lee Statue Bidder Identified As Dallas Law FirmCity Council documents show the top bid of $1.435 million came from Holmes Firm PC.
Fort Worth Fighting To Keep Bikes And Beer SeparateA city council member has filed a protest with the state over an alcohol permit application from a motorcycle repair business.