City Of Dallas Sues Gas Station For Rampant Criminal Activity On PropertyThe City of Dallas is suing a Texaco station at the intersection of Interstate-635 and Ferguson Road, seeking to hold it responsible for criminal activity on its property.
Dallas' Paid Sick Leave Requirement Draws Ire, Possible Challenge From Texas Attorney General Ken PaxtonTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton is arguing that only state lawmakers can require businesses to offer paid sick leave and that it's not up to individual cities.
Downtown Dallas To Light Up Blue Sunday Night On 3rd Anniversary Of Deadly Police AmbushThe city of Dallas is preparing to remember the five police officers shot and killed during an ambush downtown on July 7, 2016.
Dallas To Review 'Safety Zone' That Eliminated Homeowners' Street ParkingThe city of Dallas deemed the 55 feet in front of Mark and Jean Nacol's home a "safety zone," which means no one can park there.
Graffiti Outside Dallas' 'Shingle Mountain' Welcomed By Community Leader: 'I See It As A Message'The fight to remove a massive mountain of chemical-laced roof shingles labeled as a health risk to area residents has taken a fresh turn.
Former NBA Player, Dallas Native Jordan Mickey To Contribute To Community Crime Prevention ProposalJordan Mickey says he says he hopes along with churches, and businesses, his fellow pro basketball players will contribute, too.
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.
Dallas City Manager TC Broadnax Warns New Mayor Eric Johnson, Council About Budget Challenges AheadThe good news for Dallas city leaders is that their next budget won't be impacted by the state property tax reform law.
Eric Johnson Sworn In As Dallas Mayor: 'It Is Indeed A New Day In Dallas'Among his priorities: increase civility and eradicate corruption at City Hall, use data to drive solutions and focus on education and workers in the city.
'Shingle Mountain' Coming Down, But Not Fast Enough For Southeast Dallas Neighborhood: 'It Keeps Affecting Our Health'Blue Star Recycling's COO Carl Orrell said the removal process could take a year. Homeowners are not satisfied with that timeline.
Dallas Law Enforcement Organization Wants Police Chief Renee Hall Removed: 'She's In Over Her Head'Dallas City Manager T.C. Broadnax said he has "full confidence in her ability to continue leading the department," and the Black Police Association supports Chief Hall as well.