Budget Battle Underway In Dallas Over Police Pay, StaffingThe proposed $1.3 billion 2019 city budget isn’t enough to keep the streets safe according to police officers.
Dallas City Council Proposes Risk-Based Approach To Restaurant Inspections The city council wants to sort restaurants, convenience stores and gas stations into categories according to levels of risk.
Lawsuit: Former Dallas ISD Bus Agency Victim Of Racketeering The committee overseeing the shutdown of Dallas County Schools has filed a lawsuit claiming the bus agency was the victim of racketeering and fraud worth $125 million.
Some Dallas Council Members Favor Raises For Police, FirefightersThe city of Dallas continues to lose police officers and firefighters to other North Texas cities that pay more.
Dallas Approves Dockless Bike And Scooter OrdinancesThe scooters will operate under the same rules as the dockless rental bikes, which have racked up more than 3,200 complaints in the city since last September.
Dallas Man Mauled By Dogs Facing Lengthy RecoveryRonnie Bell, 57, was put on life support after he was attacked by a neighbor's dogs earlier this month.
Will Streets Close To Curb Crazy Deep Ellum Crowds?New video is highlighting the growing concerns about crowds and safety in Deep Ellum.
Dallas One Step Closer To Big Changes Involving Animal Shelter, Dangerous DogsThe city council's Quality of Life Committee approved two major changes Monday that will now move to the full city council.
Dallas Considering Crackdown On Dangerous Dogs; Change At Animal ShelterBig changes could soon be on the way in the city of Dallas that could save the lives of residents and hundreds of dogs and cats each year.
Dallas Leaders Delay Action On Confederate War MemorialThe city says it does not know what to do with the monument once it is removed from the site.
Dallas Council Members Press Staff On More Security For Dallas Police DepartmentThe council members expressed their concerns that there are still no fences around the buildings nearly three years after DPD Headquarters came under attack.
Dallas Officials Seek Changes To Bike-Sharing Operations In CityDo better or leave. That is the message from Dallas City Manager T.C. Broadnax regarding bike sharing companies operating within the city.