Final Preparations For Safe, Secure 2019 State Fair Of TexasA couple million visitors are expected during the fair's 24-day run at Fair Park.​
New Dallas Mayor, Council Cement Public Safety As Their Top PriorityAt a specially called meeting Monday morning, Dallas’ new Mayor and the City Council cemented public safety as their top priority.
Dallas City Manager TC Broadnax Warns New Mayor Eric Johnson, Council About Budget Challenges AheadThe good news for Dallas city leaders is that their next budget won't be impacted by the state property tax reform law.
North Texas Leaders Concerned About Public Safety Cuts If Legislature's Proposed Property Tax Cap PassesNorth Texas police chiefs are joining the mayor of Dallas in sounding the alarm on the impact a proposed property tax cap would have on public safety.
Dam Road Closed At Joe Pool Lake Until Next MayLake staff identified shallow embankment slides while conducting routine surveillance of the structure.
DPD Chief To Discuss "Strategic Priorities" At Public Safety MeetingDallas police Chief Renee Hall will address several of the department's key strategies and priorities for the year, during a public safety committee meeting this morning.
Dallas Police Look To Ease Concerns After Austin Package BombingsDallas Police said there have been no threats about package explosions or any sort of bombings in the area.
Workers Dismayed By President Trump's Federal Hiring FreezeSome federal workers had hoped after Donald Trump's election to president that his professed advocacy for the American worker would extend to the federal workforce, too... that hope is now diminished.
Dallas Leaders To Hold Public Safety Meeting After Garage AttackFighting to feel safe again – that’s what some people who live and work in downtown Dallas are doing after a woman is brutally attacked in her parking garage. Now citizens want answers from police.
Officials Urge Drivers To Obey Barricades Even After StormsMany roads still contain dangerous debris.
Police Put Safety First At The State Fair Of TexasIf you plan on being one of the tens of thousands of people expected to attend the State Fair this year, Dallas police want you to know that your safety is their number one priority.