Dallas Leaders Want To Shut Down Car Wash They Say Attracts CrimeOn Wednesday, the Dallas City Council took a step toward shutting down Jim's Car Wash off Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., near Fair Park.
Dallas City Council Passes Resolution On Inclusion Of ImmigrantsThe Dallas City Council unanimously passed a resolution "to establish itself as a Welcoming City and accept a Strategic Welcoming Plan to guide the city’s efforts in the economic inclusion and social integration of immigrants."
Council Member On Officer Shooting Investigation: DA 'Screwing This Up'A Dallas city councilman is demanding 911 calls and any police videos be released in the case involving former officer Amber Guyger's deadly shooting of Botham Jean in his apartment last month.
Dallas Council Approves Budget With Officer & Firefighter RaisesThe Dallas City Council has approved the budget for the next fiscal year, and it includes raises for police officers and firefighters.
Citing Lost Sales, Dallas Love Field Plans To Add Places To Eat, DrinkAirport administrators say they need the additional places for travelers to eat and drink because the city has been losing out on potential sales.
Protesters Angered By Deadly Dallas Officer Shooting Interrupt Council MeetingProtesters condemning the shooting death of a black man in his Dallas apartment by a white off-duty police officer disrupted a city council meeting Wednesday, prompting a recess to quell the outbursts.
Dallas To Boost Starting Salary, Give Across-The-Board Raises To First RespondersDallas City Council members voted 11-3 Wednesday to increase pay beyond what they were already going to receive during the last year of their contract with the city.
Dallas City Council Debates Police, Fire PayDallas City Council is debating how much more they can pay city police officers and firefighters - and whether they can lower property tax rates.
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.