City of Dallas launches initiative to hire more skilled workforce

The new program called Workforce Dallas is partnering with non-profits to help connect workers with free job training. The non-profits will help people find childcare and transportation. They are the typical barriers that stand between people from finding a better job.

Trackdown: Help find Willie Najera's killer

Dallas police say a verbal argument at a Dallas Dave & Busters quickly turned into a physical one. That's when shots were fired and a father of two was killed. Police need your help to find the person of interest who walked away after the shooting.

Dallas Mavericks acquire G League Jaden Hardy at the 2022 NBA Draft

Former G League Ignite player Jaden Hardy will be starting his NBA career with the Dallas Mavericks. He was drafted as the 37th overall pick by the Sacramento Kings and was traded to Dallas soon after. The Kings received 2024 and 2028 second-round pick from the trade.

5-year-old Dallas boy found dead; mother arrested

Paramedics found the little boy dead in a South Dallas home Monday morning. Police said his mother admitted to beating him regularly and hit him in the head with a closed fist on the day that he died.

Texas abortion providers sue to temporarily hold off ban

A lawsuit filed on behalf of abortion clinics in Dallas, McKinney, Fort Worth and other cities seeks to block the state's abortion laws that existed before Roe v. Wade. They want to maintain abortion access as long as they can, even if it's just temporary.

Dallas needs $54 million to install sidewalk ramps that meet ADA requirements

Dallas City Councilman Chad West is frustrated that city management did not agree with making pedestrians a priority in response to a recent audit. He says the current approach continues to put walkers at risk in a city that historically has struggled to improve its walkability. Dallas has the fifth-highest pedestrian fatality rate out of the 25 largest U.S. cities.