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.
Dallas County Commissioner Accuses Dallas Councilman Of RacismA week after the city council named a new Mayor Pro Tem, Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price has accused councilman Philip Kingston of racism.
Grapevine City Council Says Short-Term Rental Houses Already BannedA ban on short-term vacation rentals in Grapevine was up for discussion at a city council meeting Tuesday evening. However, officials announced at that meeting that those rental homes are already banned in the city.
Residents Voice Opinions On Arlington City Council Term Limits At Sunday MeetingThere's heated debate at a rare Sunday evening council meeting in Arlington over term limits. Council members are faced with a proposal that threatens their time in office.
Texas Woman Approaches City Council Dressed As CockroachA South Texas woman showed up to a recent City Council meeting dressed as a cockroach.
Petition For Arlington Term Limits To Be Turned In MondayIf enough signatures are validated, the proposal would end up on the November ballot.
Lavon Terminates Fire Agreement With Neighboring CityThe decision by the Lavon City Council Tuesday night raises questions about who, if anyone, will respond to a fire in the city.
Scathing Report Issued On Small North Texas City's GovernmentAn independent investigation commissioned by Ferris, Texas outlines bad and possibly illegal behavior.
Watauga Councilman Hal Gerhardt Dies At 77Watauga city councilman Hal Gerhardt passed away unexpectedly at the age of 77, officials say.
Council Votes To Remove Confederate Leaders' Names From 2 Austin RoadsThe City Council voted Thursday to change the names of Robert E. Lee Road and Jeff Davis Avenue.
Houston Approves New Post-Harvey Flood Construction RuleUnder the rule, new structures in the 100-year and 500-year flood plains would be constructed 2 feet above the ground or above the projected water level in a 500-year flood, an event in which 17 to 19 inches of rain falls in 24 hours.
No Action Against City Manager Accused Of Using Racial SlurAfter spending about an hour in a closed-door executive session inside council chambers, city council along with the city’s mayor decided not to do anything regarding allegations that Jeff James used the n-word.