Dream Courts Rise Out Of Dallas TragedyOn the one-year anniversary of the Dallas police ambush, basketball courts are helping police and families heal.
Retired DPD Chief: 'I Knew Exactly What To Do'One year after the Dallas Ambush, the impact of losing several officers remains fresh in the mind of former chief David Brown.
Dallas City Manager To Narrow Finalists For New Police Chief This WeekOn Monday, City Manager T.C. Broadnax told CBS11, he will meet with the city's recruiter this week to discuss finalists for the job.
Brown Back In Dallas To Promote Book & Share StoriesDavid Brown returned to the public spotlight in the city that he loves and calls home. The former chief of the Dallas PD made an appearance as a civilian and public speaker on Wednesday night.
Events Set To Mark 1 Year Since Dallas Police AmbushNext month will be one year since the ambush on police in downtown Dallas that left five officers dead. Plans will be announced on Tuesday about a Weekend of Honor to mark the occasion.
Former DPD Chief To Lead St. Patrick's Day ParadeMost residents in North Texas know his name and people across the country were introduced to him after last summer's police massacre in Dallas. Now former DPD Chief David Brown will lead this year's St. Patrick's Day Parade.
Brown Writing Memoir To Be Released Next YearBallantine Books announced Thursday that it had a deal with former Dallas police chief David Brown for a "deeply revealing" book, currently untitled, scheduled to come out next year.
Retired Police Chief Brown To Speak At SMU GraduationDavid Brown will present the address at SMU's December Commencement at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 17, in Moody Coliseum.
Retired Dallas Police Chief Hired As Contributor By ABC NewsBrown will start Jan. 1 as a contributor on topics such as economic inequality, gun violence, race relations, policing and social justice.
Brown Hired As Police Contributor For ABC NewsBack in September, when pressed about what he would be doing after his October retirement, former Dallas police chief David Brown would only say, "That's nobody's business but me and my baby." Now, it's everybody's business.
Dallas Salutes Retired Chief David BrownBrown walked into the Morton Meyerson Symphony Center to a standing ovation.