Dallas To Begin Enforcing Paid Sick Leave OrdinanceThe Dallas City Council adopted the paid sick leave ordinance on April 24, 2019, and it went into effect on August 1, 2019.
Dallas County's Third Presumptive Positive COVID-19 Case Is Irving Resident In Their 50s The third individual, in their 50’s, traveled out of state to a large congregant, recreational event.
Dallas' 41st Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade Cancelled Due To COVID-19 ConcernsAfter a review of the event by county health and city officials, the City of Dallas Convention and Event Services cancelled the special event permits for the St. Patrick’s Day Parade and block party.
Dallas Plans To Get Quarter Of City's Homeless Veterans Into Housing In Next 100 DaysThere are an estimated 400 military veterans living and sleeping on Dallas streets.
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.
Dozens Of Dallas Residents Whose Homes Were Destroyed By October Tornado Will Soon Get Code Violation NoticeThe city of Dallas says it has held off on pursuing the violations, but has seen health and safety concerns become more pronounced.
Dallas Police: Security Guard Shoots At Juvenile Who Tried To Strike Him With Stolen City TruckA juvenile is in custody after stealing a City of Dallas truck and attempting to strike a security guard with it Friday night.
Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson Launches Summer Jobs Program To Increase Opportunities For Teens, Reduce CrimeUnder Dallas Works, private companies and nonprofit groups will offer paid summer internships to high school students from 9th through 12th grades.
Dallas Police Chief Renee Hall's Plan To Reduce Violent Crime Gets Mixed ReviewsThe 26-page report has been distributed to Mayor Eric Johnson and the Dallas City Council. The Mayor said it doesn’t go nearly far enough.
Deadline Is Thursday For Dallas October Tornado Victims To Get Debris To CurbThe city says Thursday, January 2, is the last time it will offer special bulk trash pickups in the tornado impact zone.
Dallas Dismissed From Lawsuit Over Former Officer Amber Guyger Murder Of Botham JeanU.S. District Judge Barbara Lynn dismissed the city from civil lawsuit that the family of Botham Jean brought after the 26-year-old was killed by Amber Guyger.
Dallas Records 200 Murders In 2019Dallas Police said there have been 210 total homicides in 2019 with 200 murders and ten that appear to be "justifiable homicides."
Dallas Mayor's Task Force On Safe Communities Is Weeks Away From Presenting RecommendationsWith 195 murders in the city of Dallas through December 9, the pressure is on the Dallas Police Department to develop a comprehensive plan to fight violent crime.
Dallas Becomes First Texas City To Earn 'Certified Welcoming Status' Regarding ImmigrantsWelcoming America, a nonpartisan, national nonprofit organization, evaluated local efforts to establish an inclusive community.
Dallas Has Spent Nearly $10M On Police Misconduct Lawsuits Since 2015The CBS 11 I-Team found Dallas is currently involved in more than 30 lawsuits against police officers, including several that were filed more than five years ago.