Dallas loose dog bites up 37%, animal services say

The DAS director told council members Tuesday that dog bites this quarter are up 37% compared with a year ago. She and her team are working to figure out what is behind the significant increase in dog bites since October.

Dallas Zoo asks city council for $30M allocation from bond money for new projects

One year after the Dallas Zoo dealt with a missing clouded leopard, two stolen monkeys and the death of a vulture, the zoo told council members it is now on its way to being one of the safest in the country after more than $1 million in security upgrades. Now, the zoo is looking ahead to new projects, including one that will bring back the beloved rhinos.

Dallas building fees could soon go up by 2,700%. Here's why.

Some of the proposed fee increases are enormous, especially compared to Dallas suburbs, and industry leaders say that could cause a developer to potentially delay or move a project elsewhere at a time when affordable options are greatly needed in Dallas.

Dallas Police and Fire Pension System could face financial trouble again

FOX 4 obtained an email labeled ‘confidential’ where the leader of the city's bond task force informed the mayor and city council members that before the city seeks to use its entire bonding capacity for infrastructure needs, it may need to consider concerns about the police and fire pension.