Dallas Still Debating Juvenile CurfewThe juvenile ordinance has for decades allowed police to stop, question and even cite minors on the street during school hours or between 11:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. The curfew was midnight on weekends.
Dallas Leaders Can't Agree On Whether Or Not To Tear Down City's Oldest Confederate StatueDallas' oldest public monument is a salute to the Confederacy, and the fight over whether it stays or goes has taken yet another turn.
Pension Fund: Dallas First Responders' Paychecks Have Had Mistakes For Years“This is an issue that needs to be solved, " said Kelly Gottschalk, the Executive Director of the Dallas Police and Fire Pension Fund.
Dallas Curfew Ordinance For Teens Set To Expire After Nearly 30 YearsAfter being in effect for nearly 30 years, the city of Dallas' juvenile curfew is set to expire Friday to the frustration of many residents and some city council members.
New Fundraising Reports Released In Crowded Dallas Mayoral RaceThe ten candidates hope to succeed Mayor Mike Rawlings who is term-limited and can’t run again.
Dallas Residents, Council Members Express Frustration Teen Curfew Set To Expire FridayBefore the Dallas City Council could vote to reinstate it, there would have to be at least two public hearings.
Calls Pouring In To Dallas Animal Services About Dogs Left Outside In ColdWhen a report is made to DAS, officers sometimes respond by allowing pet owners the opportunity to correct a situation or citing them.
Dallas Citizen's Police Review Board Wants More Power: 'There Is Little We Can Do'"We need a staff - period. We have no staff now. We have no budget. We have limited subpoena authorities," board chairman Brian H. Williams said.
Pet Care Reminders During Near Freezing Weather: 'Don't Be Fooled By Your Pet's Fur Coat'As temperatures hover near freezing and North Texas faces winter weather advisories, it is critical that pet owners prioritize their safety.
Dallas Promotes New Fire-Rescue Chief From Within"I feel we have the best department in the country and I want to continue that momentum that we feel we're on right now," Chief Dominique Artis said.
Progress Made On Street Repairs Since Dallas Voters Approved 2017 Bond ProgramMore than one year after Dallas residents gave the green light to a bond program to fix up the streets, the city has worked on dozens of projects.
Dallas City Council Approves 10-Year Contract Extension For State Fair of TexasThe Dallas City Council voted 11 to 3 to extend the city's contract with the State Fair of Texas by ten years, but not before there was extensive debate.
New Plan Could Boost Number of Dallas Police RecruitsHundreds of officers have left the department during the past several years and the agency hasn't been able to keep pace with hiring new officers.
Inspectors Return To Dallas Apartments Where Residents Jumped From Burning BuildingLast week, a state district judge gave the owners of the Meadows at Ferguson apartments one week to fix all of its violations.
City Wants Dallas Judge To Order Mandatory Evacuation Of Troubled Apartment ComplexIn court Thursday, Dallas fire inspectors told Judge Tonya Parker they found missing smoke detectors, painted over fire sprinkler heads, and windows that were screwed shut in the still occupied buildings at the Meadows at Ferguson apartments.