Emergency Sirens Back Online In Dallas Following System HackThe emergency siren system is back online in Dallas following a hack Friday that set off wailing sounds throughout the city, but one city official wants to make sure a security breach does not happen again.
I-Team: 15 Injured Or Killed Since Mockingbird Bridge Was Supposed To Be DoneBy summer, the highly anticipated Mockingbird pedestrian bridge in North Dallas is finally expected to open.
Will Dallas Try To Take 2017 NBA All-Star Game From 'Shoeless Hillbillies?'A Dallas city council member wants to steal away the next NBA All-Star Game after the NBA expressed concerns over the current host site, North Carolina, and the state’s newly passed LGBT discrimination law.
Woman's Death May Motivate City To Change McKinney AvenueThe family of 34-year-old Emily Javadi who was killed a year ago will gather at the Kessler Theater in Oak Cliff Thursday night to raise money for the charity in her name.
Further Delay Possible For Dallas Pothole ProblemThe pothole problem in Dallas could be prolonged after Mayor Mike Rawlings announced that he wanted to discuss a possible postponement of a 2017 bond package that would help fund road improvements.
Dallas City Leaders Discuss Pothole ProblemsPotholes, crumbling pavement, and fading lane lines are enough to drive anyone behind the wheel crazy.
Accusations Fly At Dallas City Hall Over Trinity Toll Road ProjectMore than a decade in the making and construction hasn't even started on the voter-approved Trinity toll road in Dallas.
Talk Of Closing Olive Street In Downtown DallasCity of Dallas staff members are conducting traffic studies on the roads surrounding Klyde Warren Park, and some stakeholders in the neighborhood say they need more information.