What Will Policing Look Like After Dallas Leaders Tackle Reform?The cries from protesters for police reform have reached the ears of those with the power to make reform.
Dallas Police Chief Renee Hall Lays Out More Policies Addressing Use Of Force, Racial BiasChief Hall said next week the Dallas Police Department will institute a policy requiring officers to announce warnings before shooting.
Dallas City Council Rejects Idea Of 8% Property Tax IncreaseCOVID-19 has led to business closures and layoffs which in turn has created budget shortfalls for the city.
North Texans Impacted Financially By Coronavirus Pandemic Fear Higher Property Taxes: 'When Is It Enough?'As elected leaders in Dallas weigh an 8% increase, taxpayers elsewhere are watching closely.
Dallas City Council Set To Consider Possible 8% Property Tax HikeIt’s the type of increase state lawmakers hoped to prevent when they passed a new law last year requiring an election be held to approve any increases over 3.5%.
Dallas To Provide Free Mobile Coronavirus Testing In Underserved CommunitiesCOVID-19 mobile testing appointments will be scheduled during two-hour time slots with a maximum capacity of 60 appointments a day.
City Of Dallas Furloughs 500 Employees Across Different DepartmentsEmpty restaurants and stores along with the rest of the coronavirus shutdown slashed sales tax revenues in the city.
Coronavirus In Texas: Tough Budgets Ahead For City Of DallasEmpty restaurants and stores along with the rest of the Covid-19 shutdown will slash sales tax revenues in the city of Dallas.
Coronavirus In Texas: Dallas To Provide Financial Assistance To RentersIn a unanimous vote early Wednesday, council members approved the Covid-19 Tenant Based Rental Assistance Program.
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 ISD Superintendent Michael Hinojosa Talks Challenges Educating Students During Coronavirus ShutdownThe big concern is continuing education at home with an estimated 40% of the student body lacking internet access.