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.
Dallas Taxpayers Will Pay Crossing Guards Through End Of School YearThe Dallas City Council voted Wednesday to spend more than $2 million to pay their salaries through the end of the school year.
Dallas Leaders Approve DFW Consideration For 2026 World CupThe DFW area on Wednesday moved one step closer in the bid to be considered as a host city for the World Cup games in North America in 2026.
DART Praised For Plan To Curb Violent CrimeDART plans to add security cameras throughout the rail system and also have some sort of security, police or enforcement officer on each train.
Dallas Schools Have Crossing Guard ProblemThe program that provides school safety guards who escort children across busy streets is not a local school district service.
Dallas School Crossing Guard Program In FluxThe City of Dallas is suing Dallas County Schools to keep the agency from abruptly stopping the school crossing guard service that it has provided for years.
Dallas Approves Another $375K For Removal & Relocation Of Confederate Monument The Dallas City Council will pay another $375,000 for the removal and relocation of a Confederate monument.
Many Say Dallas Neighborhoods Still Defined By Race And IncomeConcentrated poverty and segregation are at crisis levels in Dallas. “That's why we need to educate our political leaders,” that's what Mike Koprowski believes.
Dallas Citizens Voice Their Opinion On Confederate MonumentsThere is a plan for street name changes, and what to do with this memorial, but that plan didn't stop Dallas citizens from offering their pointed views to the Mayor and Council.
Dallas Council Member Fights To Put Fair Park Trust Fund Back On Track“This part of the city needs small business,” said council member Kevin Felder, whose district encompasses Fair Park. The fund designed to boost economic development in the area, though, hasn’t done in its job, he says.
Group Planning Protest Over Removal Of Confederate StatueThe group is planning to protest the removal of a Confederate statue from a park in Dallas. The rally is planned for Saturday, but no one knows where.