City Of Dallas Discovers Additional 15 Terabytes Of Data Is MissingThe files were believed to have been deleted during a data migration process in the spring.
Ones For Real Estate: Dallas Home Construction Permit DelaysA major back up in construction permits at the City of Dallas has builders and city leaders alike frustrated with the slowed progress.
'Calming Initiative' Being Launched In Dallas Meant To Put Speeding Drivers On A 'Diet'Starting August 21, the city of Dallas aims to curb traffic and reduce speed in the North Oak Cliff area by way of a traffic calming initiative.
Dallas ISD To Provide Free Home Internet For StudentsDallas ISD students who are without home internet don't have to be without anymore.
Dallas Residents Struggling To Keep Cool Can Receive Free Portable A/Cs And CoolersThe program also provides financial assistance to residents who need help paying electrical bills during the summer.
Dallas Offering Teens Free Admission To Museums And Other Attractions During Entire Month Of JulyThe city of Dallas introduced a new program on Thursday, July 1, benefiting local teens aged 12-17, offering free access to select attractions around town the entire month.
'That Changes The Ecosystem': Dallas Plans To Plant 350K Trees In Next DecadeThe City of Dallas is going even greener with its latest project, the Urban Forest Master Plan.
Dallas Wins National Water Conservation Award For 3rd TimeDallas won in the 600,000+ population category of the 2021 Wyland National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation.
Dallas City Cameras 'Out Of Order' At Crucial Moment Hinder Deadly Hit-And-Run InvestigationDallas Police homicide investigators scoured the area for video and found just one blurry picture of the car that they’ve identified as a 2009-2013 model plain, white Chevy Camaro.
Dallas Police Overtime Budget Goes Over By $1 Million, Projected To Grow By Millions MoreIt was last September when a majority of council members voted to cut DPD’s overtime budget by $7 million to $17.3 million.
Debate Over Short-Term Rentals To Heat Up At Dallas City Hall WednesdayOn Wednesday, May 5, the Dallas City Council will hear from the public about what they think in a hearing scheduled for 1:00 p.m.