After More Than 3 Decades With Lewisville, City Manager Donna Barron Announces RetirementBarron has been Lewisville’s manager since 2014 and has been with the city since 1990. She is retiring effective Jan. 31, 2022.
Findings From Criminal Investigation Into Fort Worth's Former Aviation Director William Welstead Turned Over To DA's OfficeThe City of Fort Worth says William Welstead, who was fired in September, engaged in a pattern of unethical behavior, unfair treatment of city employees and may have misspent city money.
Fort Worth City Manager Initiates Audit, Criminal Investigation Following Termination Of Aviation Department DirectorCity Manger David Cooke is auditing the department and asking Fort Worth Police to open a criminal investigation.
Dallas Mayor, Council Members Propose Amendments To Dallas Police Department BudgetThe Mayor's proposed reductions would amount to more than $6.5 million in savings.
Dallas Property Tax Rate Won't Budge Under Proposed Budget, But Rise In Home Values Means Higher TaxesThe city’s general fund amounts to $1.4 billion and the property tax rate would remain the same as this year: 77.6 cents per $100 valuation.
Protesters Arrested On Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge Monday Night Will Not Be ChargedPolice Chief Renee Hall made the decision after consulting with City Manager T.C. Broadnax and other city leaders as well as police department leadership.
Dallas City Manager Warns Employees Of Tough Times Due To Reduction Of Sales Tax Revenue During COVID-19 PandemicThe Dallas City Council will be briefed on May 6 on expense reductions because of the significant drop in sales tax revenue.
Everman City Manager Michael Box Dies After Long Battle With CancerThe City of Everman announced Sunday that City Manager Michael Box has died after a long battle with cancer.
Duncanville City Manager Kevin Hugman Retiring After 5 YearsDuncanville City Manager Kevin Hugman plans to retire next year. Meanwhile, the city is preparing to search for his replacement.
Police Reform Experts To Conduct 'Rigorous, Independent' Review Of Fort Worth Police DepartmentThe announcement comes almost one month after now former Officer Aaron Dean shot and killed Atatiana Jefferson in her home while responding to a call from a concerned neighbor about her door being open.
City Of Dallas May Have To Repay Millions To HUD After Misspending Highlighted In AuditThe Office of Inspector General's Report found the city hasn't effectively managed its community housing development organizations.
Securing Funding An Issue For Trinity River Vision PlanCity Manager David Cooke, who is a board member for the Trinity River Vision Authority, said the board was still trying to get full federal funding for the project, but there is some question on how much would come to Fort Worth.
Budget Battle Underway In Dallas Over Police Pay, StaffingThe proposed $1.3 billion 2019 city budget isn’t enough to keep the streets safe according to police officers.
Scathing Report Issued On Small North Texas City's GovernmentAn independent investigation commissioned by Ferris, Texas outlines bad and possibly illegal behavior.
Dallas Looking To Privatize Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention CenterThe move would match other large cities, including Chicago, Miami and Los Angeles to name a few.