Former Dallas County Schools President Sentenced To 3 Years ProbationLarry Duncan, the former president of now defunct bus transportation agency Dallas County Schools, will serve probation for tax evasion.
Caraway Sentenced To 4 Years, 8 Months in Bribery SchemeOnce considered one of the most influential leaders in Dallas, Dwaine Caraway was sentenced this afternoon to 4 years and 8 months in federal prison.
Former Dallas Councilman Dwaine Caraway Will Be Sentenced Friday For Accepting BribesIn a plea deal with the U.S. Attorney's Office last August, Caraway admitted to taking the money. At the time, he was the second most powerful person in Dallas city government.
Dallas County Commissioner Accuses Dallas Councilman Of RacismA week after the city council named a new Mayor Pro Tem, Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price has accused councilman Philip Kingston of racism.
Caraway Resigns After Pleading Guilty To Corruption ChargesDallas Mayor Pro Tem Dwaine Caraway pleaded guilty to federal corruption charges, and resigned from his position. The former city leader now faces up to seven years in prison.
DISD Traveling New Road Operating Own School BusesIt's a big responsibility forced on the district when voters dissolved the scandal-plagued Dallas County Schools.
Dallas Mayor Pro Tem Cashed Checks At Liquor Store And Pawn Shop To Hide PaymentsFive days after Dallas Mayor Pro Tem Dwaine Caraway voted in favor of putting cameras on school buses, he was at a liquor store cashing a check for $5,000.
Ex-Dallas County Schools Superintendent To Be Sentenced For FraudA man who played a role in the demise of the Dallas County Schools bus agency will soon be sentenced for his role in a corruption scheme.
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.
DISD Looking For Bus Drivers As District Takes Over TransportationToday the Dallas Independent School District is holding a hiring fair looking only for bus drivers, as the district takes over its own student transportation.
Area School Districts Looking To Hire Hundreds Of Bus DriversThe start of school is still more than one month away, but some important positions need to be filled.
Voters To Decide On Funding Of Crossing Guard ProgramDallas County voters will decide this November if they want to pay to keep school crossing guards on duty.
Safety Concerns Return To School Bus Stop Along Harry Hines BoulevardA busy stretch of Harry Hines Boulevard continues to be a top spot where drivers are ticketed for passing a school bus, even though officials determined that the bus should not stop there.
Kids Left Out In Cold After Some School Bus Drivers Don't Make It To WorkCedar Hill ISD didn't want a repeat of what happened on Tuesday, so on Wednesday they delayed the start of school a couple of hours.
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.