Rental scooters could make a comeback in Downtown Dallas. One company made its pitch to city leaders with safety measures designed to keep riders off the sidewalks.
Some Dallas residents who are concerned about too many loud parties at rentals are hopeful the council will ban short term rentals in residential neighborhoods.
Dallas County elections officials confirmed closures at multiple polling locations totaled more than 13 hours of lost voting time.
There are city council elections in dozens of North Texas cities, including Dallas, where all 14 seats are up during Saturday’s election.
After hearing Dallas City Council members consider more regulations for short-term rentals, some residents wanted council members to consider the price tag of that option first.
Dallas police had riot shields in hand as the city of Dallas forced the pop-up homeless encampment known as Camp Rhonda to move once again.
The message to city leaders just steps from City Hall is if the city can't give them a key to a place of their own, they at least want the city to give them a place for their tent.
Mayor Eric Johnson established the City Council committee Monday after the arrest last week of Bryan Riser on two charges of capital murder.
Dallas City Council members grilled Oncor executives about why the blackouts during last month’s winter storm were not rolling, and why it took so long to be honest with customers.
With less than a week officially on the job, Chief Eddie Garcia fielded questions from city council members who are expecting positive results from the crime reduction plan, which many of them have been critical of in the past.
Dallas voters approved more than half a billion dollars for street repairs just a few years ago. Now some on the council think the city should ask for an additional $300 million.
City staff presented some ideas that ranged from offering the homeless jobs like painting city murals to banning all forms of solicitation or giving. Many council members thought the solutions did not quite hit the mark.
Street racing only seems to be intensifying and putting additional strain on city resources already spread thin. Some are hoping the new police chief will give a new perspective to tackling a persistent problem.
As hundreds of people in Dallas are waiting months to get building permits that used to only take days, the city of Dallas is promising to dig out of the hole.
The city of Dallas has agreed to pay $5 million to get outside help with its building permit backlog for homes and businesses.
Several city council members said there is confusion about the city's role in registering and administering COVID-19 vaccines.
Hundreds of people lined up in Oak Cliff Friday to register for an appointment to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Members of the Dallas City Council want to know whether it’s legal to ban short-term rentals in some neighborhoods.
Some council members, as homeowners, want to know if it is legally possible to ban short-term rentals in single-family neighborhoods.
The renamed portion of the street will include his former apartment building and the Dallas Police Department headquarters.