Dallas City Leaders Looking To Get Handle On Spikes In COVID-19, CrimeCity leaders in Dallas are currently dealing with spikes in COVID-19 and crime at the same time heading into the holidays.
5,000 Donated Masks Headed To South Dallas Students, Teachers And Community: 'Masking Up Is Critical'"These masks are much appreciated and will help students and educators who are most in need during this incredibly difficult school year," Dallas ISD trustee Pastor Maxie Johnson said.
Dallas Police To Get Approximately $7M More Next Year Despite Cut In OvertimeThe city will spend about $7 million more on police in the next year fiscal year that begins October 1, totaling around $561 million.
Dallas, Tampa Mayors Agree To Friendly Wager On Stanley Cup Final Between Stars And LightningIf Dallas wins the series, Mayor Jane Castor plans to send cigars, Cuban bread, and local craft beer to Mayor Johnson.
Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson Talks Defunding Police, New City Budget And Chief Renee Hall's Announced DepartureMayor Johnson once again criticized the decision by a majority of council members to cut the Dallas Police Department's overtime budget by $7 million for the next fiscal year.
Dallas Mayor Proclaims Sept. 29 As #BeLikeBo Day To Honor Botham JeanDallas Mayor Eric Johnson has proclaimed Sept. 29 as #BeLikeBo Day to honor Botham Jean, who was fatally shot in his apartment by a now-former officer two years ago.
Dallas City Council Preliminarily Approves Cutting Police Overtime Budget, Increase Police TrainingIn the straw or unofficial vote, a majority of council members, 11-3, approved reducing the Dallas Police Department's overtime budget by $7 million.
Council Members Reject Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson's Proposed City Hall Salary CutsDallas city council members rejected by a large margin Mayor Eric Johnson's highly-publicized, months-long push to cut salaries at city hall.
Thousands Line Up For Drive-Thru Option Of The Dallas Mayor's Back To School FairThe look at Fair Park is different than any other year, but a social distancing drive-thru version of the Dallas Mayor's Back to School Fair is underway.
Dallas Mayor Considering Budget Amendment To Cut Salaries At City HallDallas Mayor Eric Johnson is considering a formal budget amendment to cut millions of dollars in salaries at city hall.
Dallas Nonprofits Receiving $275,000 In Grants For Response To COVID-19Eleven nonprofits in Dallas are receiving a total of $275,000 in grants for their efforts in responding to COVID-19, Mayor Eric Johnson announced Wednesday.
Dallas Mayor Calls Sharp Rise In Murders, Aggravated Assaults In July 'Unacceptable'The numbers come one year after Dallas saw record violent crime increases for the decade.
Dallas Mayor's Back To School Fair Is On, But With Changes Due To PandemicThe 24th annual Dallas Mayor’s Back to School Fair is set to take place August 20-21 at Fair Park.
New COVID-19 Testing Site Opening In Dallas Monday, 'Open To All'A new COVID-19 testing site will be opening in Dallas starting Monday morning, and it will be "open to all," Mayor Eric Johnson announced Sunday.
Dallas Convention Center Will Not Be Used As Pop-Up Hospital 'At This Time,' Mayor SaysThe Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas will not be used as a pop-up medical facility "at this time," Mayor Eric Johnson said Thursday.