Without FEMA Reimbursement of Tornado Damages, Dallas Taxpayers Face $45 Million In Uninsured LossesThe deadline is December 20 and that's after Governor Greg Abbott won an extension from FEMA.
Future Of Dallas' I-345 To Be Studied, Debated; Some Want It DemolishedThe 1.4 mile long highway connects Central Expressway and I-45 and extends from Woodall Rogers Freeway south to I-30 along the east side of downtown Dallas.
Winter Wellness: Prioritizing Pet Safety As Temperatures PlummetWith temperatures plummeting this week, it is critical that pet owners prioritize the safety of their pets.
Dallas Making Progress On Reopening Streets After Tornado, Work Continues This WeekendThe city said it has cleared debris from 20% of the side streets.
City Of Dallas To Resume Assessing Tornado Damage Tuesday MorningThe City of Dallas will resume assessing damage left from an EF-3 tornado Tuesday morning.
Pandemonium At 1st Meeting Of The Dallas Community Police Oversight BoardChief Renee Hall called in police backup during some tense moments at the first meeting of the Dallas Community Police Oversight Board.
Dallas Police Chief Renee Hall Says Summer Crime Initiative Made 'Significant Impact'Chief Hall gave an update on the department's Summer Crime Initiative saying DPD achieved what they set out to accomplish -- a reduction in violent crime.
Robert E. Lee Statue Removed From Dallas Park Finds New Home On Golf Course Near Big BendAfter being bought at auction in June by Addison attorney Ronald Holmes, it was mounted on the putting green Thursday at Black Jack's Crossing Golf Course.
Dallas Police Association President Mike Mata Defends Call To Delay Amber Guyger Murder Trial Amid CriticismThe DPA raised this issue to city leaders Wednesday morning who are declining comment, including Mayor Eric Johnson.
Dallas Mayor's Task Force Co-Chairs To Hold First Meeting Together FridayThe meeting will not be open to the public, but they will be setting up an organization and developing a timeline and scope of their work.
Dallas Police Issuing Tickets To Scooter Riders Breaking LawDallas Police are two days into a full-time crackdown on illegal scooter riding. People riding on sidewalks are getting tickets.
Dallas Police To Start Writing More Tickets For Electric Scooter Riders Breaking Traffic LawsScooters have always been prohibited on sidewalks in Dallas, but police have shown a high tolerance for riders who avoid the streets.
2 Collin County Businesses File Federal Lawsuit To Stop Dallas' New Paid Sick Time OrdinanceDallas' paid sick time ordinance is set to kick in on Thursday, August 1, but there's an effort underway to stop it from taking effect.
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.