Dallas city councilmembers are concerned about a deal that puts money reserved for the most impoverished residents at risk of funding a four-star hotel.
The Dallas City Council gave the green light to what could be its most ambitious plan yet: to house the homeless.
The city of Dallas is considering how to rework its rent and mortgage assistance program as it prepares to receive $10 million more in federal funding for the program.
Dallas County Public Health Director Dr. Philip Huang admitted to city council members that it is getting difficult to keep up with a critical step to controlling COVID-19, specifically talking about contact tracing.
Among public cries from activists to defund local police departments, Dallas City Council is delaying moving forward with items in the Dallas Police Department budget.
Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson says discussions about cutting the police budget may be inevitable.
Dallas City Council members are taking a hard look at changing police policy to help restore trust within the community. And how officers are handling protests is a big part of that.
Dallas City Councilman Adam Bazaldua said Sunday he will not vote for a city budget that maintains the status quo on police funding.
Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson had a lot of questions for Police Chief Renee Hall during a special meeting about the police response to protests.
The summer swimming pool season in Dallas may not be a washout after all.
A pilot program is in the works to help more homeless people in Dallas.
The Dallas City Council rejected a way to raise taxes without first going to voters.
Dallas City Councilmembers on Wednesday delayed a vote on a proposed set of soccer fields under an elevated highway in downtown Dallas after questions over the no-bid contract involved.
Some Dallas City Council members are pushing to get random community testing for COVID-19.
The much-maligned organization that works to promote tourism for Dallas presented a proposal on Wednesday to the Dallas City Council that would keep it operational for the next five years.
Will the first round of Dallas city employee furloughs be enough to stabilize the city's budget?
Dallas City Council members approved two contracts on Wednesday aimed at helping the city's economy reopen.
A little more than a week after Texas restaurants were allowed a limited reopening.
On Thursday, an expert told Dallas City Council members that the city will need to be prepared to provide services for a dramatic increase in mental health disorders.
Dallas City Council members are sorting through how to best use an influx of money from the federal government to help renters and homeowners at risk of losing their homes because of the COVID-19 pandemic.